Best Aya Ling books

Ever After (Unfinished Fairy Tales) (Volume 3)

Aya Ling

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Kat has survived. She returns to Athelia as herself, Katherine Wilson. Edward, elated at learning she is alive, vows to bring her back to the palace. The obstacles, however, seem impossible to overcome. Marriage between a royal and a commoner is not recognized, not to mention that he is already legally bound to Katriona Bradshaw, who will do anything to keep her position as princess. And there’s even more to worry about. Due to an uncommonly harsh winter, the people of Athelia have been suffering from inflated food prices, and are getting irritated at supporting the small, elite group of aristocrats. An uprising in a neighboring country only adds fuel to the fire. Can Kat and Edward finally get a happily-ever-after?

Princess of Athelia: Unfinished Fairy Tales, Book 1.5

Aya Ling

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*This is a novella that takes place between The Ugly Stepsister and Twice Upon A Time.*

Kat has now moved into the palace, determined to make the most of her time with her beloved prince. Being princess, however, is no bed of roses. She must learn how to behave like a royal, prepare for the upcoming engagement, and defend herself against hostile relatives. And knowing that her time with Edward is limited, Kat isn’t so certain that she wants to be princess anymore…

Twice Upon A Time (Unfinished Fairy Tales) (Volume 2)

Aya Ling

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*The sequel to The Ugly Stepsister* Seven years have passed since Kat left Athelia. Through the intervention of the goblin king’s baby daughter, the book is re-opened and Kat is transported back to Story World. Upon learning she is given a second chance, Edward is determined not to let her go this time. His chance of succeeding, however, seems like nil. Kat doesn’t remember anything of their past, she loathes life at court, and she’s anxious to return to the modern world. Not to mention that there’s a price to pay for tampering with the book again…

The Ugly Stepsister (Unfinished Fairy Tales Book 1)

Aya Ling

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Modern-day Kat is shy and bookish until an earth-shattering event forces her to come out of her shell. Cursed to remain in the world of Cinderella, the only way back home is to see Cinderella happily married to the prince. But everything seems to work against her favor. The other stepsister is drop-dead gorgeous and determined to be queen. The fairy godmother doesn't seem to exist. To complicate things further, Kat's unconventional behavior attracts the prince's attention. Can she ever return to her own world?

Princesses Don't Fight in Skirts

Aya Ling

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Who says a girl can't wear a dress and wield a sword?

It has become fashionable now for princesses to run away and seek adventure. Princess Arianna of Linderall, however, is willing to stay home and be proper. She screams when she sees spiders, enjoys sewing and dancing, and always looks at her reflection first thing in the morning.

What happens when her great aunt, the first woman warrior in history, decides that Ari is too "traditional" and sends her off to the Royal Rivieran Academy of Fighting Arts? Can she survive the vigorous physical training and earn the respect of her peers? Moreover, can she attract the attention of a prince even when she’s forced to relinquish makeup and dresses during training?

Princesses Don't Get Fat

Aya Ling

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A fairy tale romance with a plus-sized heroine and plenty of dessert. Princess Valeria of Amaranta is fat, but she doesn’t care. All she wants to do is to eat and lead an idle life. When it becomes apparent she cannot get a husband, her mother decides to send her to the Royal Riviera Academy of Fighting Arts. For a chubby princess who has never picked up a sword, life at the Academy is torture. Worst of all, the food is terrible. Valeria decides to improve Rivieran cuisine by sneaking into the palace kitchens and offering her expertise, never expecting the crown prince would take interest in her kitchen excursions. As they spend more time together, the princess must decide whether she should become thin or stay in the kitchens with her beloved desserts and remain fat

Once Upon a Happy Ending: An Anthology of Reimagined Fairy Tales

Casey Lane

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15 fairy tale classics reborn. 15 endings you’ll have to read to believe!

What if Beauty was the beast? What if Little Red Riding Hood was a sacrifice? The stories of Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Sleeping Beauty have been told countless times over, but never quite like this…

Once Upon a Happy Ending features your favorite tales retold by 16 incredible authors, including Ella Summers, KM Shea, Cameron Jace, Rebecca Hamilton, RaShelle Workman, and many more! If you like enchanting worlds, witty heroines, and inventive reimaginings, then you’ll love a collection that takes the classics to a whole new level.

Buy Once Upon a Happy Ending to start the timeless anthology today!

Girl with Flying Weapons

Aya Ling

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Most people know Hong as a soft-spoken servant girl who works at the governor’s house.

Few know her as a skilled martial artist who trains in secret by a blind assassin.

When the governor’s son, who has a crush on her, is accused of murder, Hong risks not only blowing her cover, but also her own life when trying to discover the real killer.

Loosely based on a tale written in ninth-century China, Girl with Flying Weapons combines elements of mystery, suspense, and romance. It is the first book of a series.

The Princess Series

Aya Ling

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Get all three books in the Princess Series in one convenient box set:

1. Princesses Don’t Get Fat

A fairy tale romance with a plus sized heroine and plenty of dessert.

Princess Valeria of Amaranta is fat, but she doesn’t care. All she wants is to eat a lot and lead an idle life. When it is apparent that she cannot get a husband, her mother decides to send her to the Royal Riviera Academy of Fighting Arts. For a chubby princess who has never picked up a sword, life at the Academy is akin to torture. Worst of all, the food is terrible.

When Valeria decides to improve Riviera cuisine by sneaking into the palace kitchens and giving orders, little does she know that the crown prince would take interest in her kitchen excursions. As they spend more time together, Valeria must decide whether she should become thin and attractive, or stay in the kitchens and remain fat.

2. Princesses Don’t Fight in Skirts

Who says a girl can't wear a dress and wield a sword?

It has become fashionable now for princesses to run away and seek adventure. Princess Arianna of Linderall, however, is willing to stay home and be proper. She screams when she sees spiders, enjoys sewing and dancing, and always looks at her reflection first thing in the morning.

What happens when her great aunt, the first woman warrior in history, decides that Ari is too "traditional" and sends her off to the Royal Rivieran Academy of Fighting Arts? Can she survive the vigorous physical training and earn the respect of her peers? Moreover, can she attract the attention of a prince even when she’s forced to relinquish makeup and dresses during training?

3. Princesses Don’t Become Engineers

Princess Elaine has been through nine governesses. Only when she decides to study math and science at the prestigious University that she stops tormenting her elders. The problem is that the University does not welcome females. How can Elaine, who has only been schooled in basic reading and court etiquette, prove that she is capable of a higher education? And how will everyone accept an anti-social princess who just wants to invent gadgets and fix machines?

Princesses Don't Become Engineers

Aya Ling

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Princess Elaine of Riviera has been through nine governesses. Only when she decides to study math and science at the prestigious University that she stops tormenting her elders. The problem is that the University does not welcome female students. How can Elaine, who has only been schooled in basic reading and court etiquette, prove that she is capable of higher education? And how will everyone accept an anti-social princess who just wants to invent gadgets and fix machines?