Coralina (The Nine Princesses Novellas - Book 2) [NOOK Book]

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Coralina Corissa, known as “Coco” to her eight sisters, is the prettiest princess of a hundred kingdoms. And she knows it. Her beauty has always given her anything she wanted... and any man she wanted.

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Coralina (The Nine Princesses Novellas - Book 2)

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Overview

Coralina Corissa, known as “Coco” to her eight sisters, is the prettiest princess of a hundred kingdoms. And she knows it. Her beauty has always given her anything she wanted... and any man she wanted.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045246903
  • Publisher: Anita Valle
  • Publication date: 11/30/2012
  • Series: Nine Princesses Novellas
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 378,107
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 179 KB

Meet the Author

When I was five years old, I told everyone I wanted to be a princess when I grew up. And I was dead serious.Um… okay, it hasn’t happened yet. The U.S. is currently suffering from a sad shortage of princes to marry, handsome or otherwise.So I do the next best thing: I write about princesses! And I love every minute of it.The idea for The Nine Princesses Novellas sprung from a desire to write about a large family of princesses. I settled on nine because there are already three Powerpuff Girls, five Chinese Brothers, seven dwarves, and twelve dancing princesses. So nine seemed good. Yeah. That’s how my logic works.I’m not actually adopted. But I share a lot in common with Maelyn. We’re both the eldest child in our families, a little bossy sometimes, addicted to reading, and not always as confidant as we like to appear. But remember, Maelyn is a princess. And I’m still working on that.Aside from being an author, I’m an artist who draws cute cartoons of dogs. A mommy of three boys who hate princesses (but like the dogs). A retail employee with a job that seriously cuts into my writing time. And a part-time college student. I barely have time to write this bio.If you have more time than I do, I’d be forever grateful if you’d write a review of my book or share it with someone you think would enjoy it.Thanks so much for supporting an indie author. God bless you.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2013

    Ever know someone who's so into themselves you just wanna smack

    Ever know someone who's so into themselves you just wanna smack them? That's Coralina. She's the pretty, popular girl who's so convinced of her own awesomeness, she doesn't realize how ugly her flirtatious behavior is. She's trying to make Gord fall in love with her and she just KNOWS he can't resist her. Her character is actually pretty comical, it's funny to see the games she plays and the way men just become idiots around her. But Coralina just might have met her match with Gord, the only guy who can see her for what she is. A funny and charming story!

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