A Girl with a Bow

A Girl with a Bow

by Kimberly Moore, Jarrett Moore


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When a young hero is thrust into a nefarious plot, she must risk her life or have her secret exposed.

Seventeen-year-old Petunia is shy, awkward, and insecure. She’s also a hero – by accident. When she unwittingly kills a baby dragon, she saves her caravan and the nearby city from the creature. Now, everyone hails her as a hero, and she feels like a fraud. When tragedy soon strikes the city, everyone turns to Petunia, their hero, to solve the problem. Petunia sets out on a journey to solve the mystery and find justice for the victims. With numerous challenges thrust upon her and danger at every turn, Petunia must quickly grow as a leader and hero. Eventually, she is confronted with a stunning revelation, which challenges her beliefs and forces her to determine who she really is.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732323902
Publisher: Inner Spark Creative LLC
Publication date: 06/30/2018
Series: A Girl with a Bow , #1
Pages: 294
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.66(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Kimberly Moore is a classic introvert-quiet, reserved, and bookish. She grew up along the Alabama Gulf Coast and earned a BA in anthropology. She now lives in Opelika, Alabama, with her husband, Jarrett, and their fur-children-Emma, Grayson, and Vax. Kimberly is the co-founder and managing editor for Havenwood Press, an author services provider. She can usually be found reading (mostly mysteries or YA fantasy), hanging out at bookstores and coffee shops, and consuming massive amounts of coffee (dark roast and black, please, or a caramel macchiato if she's in a fancy mood).

Jarrett Moore is an award-winning graphic designer and founding partner/creative director of Inner Spark Creative, a full-service marketing agency in Auburn, Alabama. He is also the co-founder and creative director of Havenwood Press, an author services provider. Jarrett is an Auburn, Alabama, native (War Eagle!) and has a BA in advertising from the University of West Florida. In his spare time, Jarrett enjoys spending time with his wife and fur-children and enjoying all manner of nerdy games like Hearthstsone and Dungeons and Dragons. He enjoys his coffee frozen with loads of sugar and whipped cream and only when his wife insists.

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Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite Petunia isn’t quite sure how she managed to become a heroine, but now that she is one there’s no way out. It seems that everyone has heard of her and her ‘amazing’ feat and there’s no way that she can come clean about it. That means she’s sucked into adventure after adventure, trying to prove herself and the fact that she is a hero. But with friends like Thistle, Bofner, Julian, Telven and even the king (along with everyone they meet along the way), there is no telling what she might find. It is certain, however, that The Brotherhood is after her for the death of the dragon. If she hopes to survive, she’ll have to find out why they mean her harm and how to destroy them, before they take any more lives in A Girl with a Bow by Kimberly Moore with Jarrett Moore. A Girl with a Bow by Kimberly Moore is a book of adventure, and an unlikely heroine who really has no idea what she’s doing. She’s like most of us, which makes her very relatable because you find yourself pulled into her story and wanting to know more and more about it. You want to know who she is and you want her to be happy and to become the heroine everyone thinks she is. You find yourself rooting for her and all of her friends to make it and to finally discover the truth. With flaws and qualities that make them seem just like normal people, these unlikely heroes are all ones that you’ll want to find out more about. One book is certainly not enough for you to learn everything about them, which is good, because the story isn’t over.