Nine Princesses: Tales of Love and Romance

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Nine Renaissance maidens overcome obstacles to love and romance in this book of short tales.

"The Melancholy Princess": Princess Anne detests life at Court and has almost decided to become a nun, but a midnight encounter proves to have unexpected consequences.

"The Princess Who Would Not Be Queen": 'Tis unjust that because Bernadette was born female, she will not inherit her father's throne. She vows to become a Queen through marriage.

"The Crown Princess": Gwyneth has a multitude of interests and never thinks of...

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Overview

Nine Renaissance maidens overcome obstacles to love and romance in this book of short tales.

"The Melancholy Princess": Princess Anne detests life at Court and has almost decided to become a nun, but a midnight encounter proves to have unexpected consequences.

"The Princess Who Would Not Be Queen": 'Tis unjust that because Bernadette was born female, she will not inherit her father's throne. She vows to become a Queen through marriage.

"The Crown Princess": Gwyneth has a multitude of interests and never thinks of marrying. Mayhap she is too lively and high-spirited to settle down.

"The Very Large Princess": Drusilla is in love with Prince Aubrey, but knows not if he can requite her love. 'Tis a pity that she is so very large.

"The Princess in the Armory": Theresa would rather be alone, reading books, than in the company of handsome Prince Lateef, who clearly cannot be trusted.

"The True Princess": Emilia can keep a secret, if it will further her ambitions. Courtship is a game like any other.

"The Princess Who Was Loved By All": Though the Earl of Lyndon is Roxanne's best friend, she sometimes yearns for a deeper connection.

"The Princess and the Pirate": Helena is betrothed to a man who is the soul of honor. How strange that she should feel so restless and oppressed.

"The Princess Who Rode on a Mule": King Valentine is a mad tyrant, and belike he will force his daughter Hadley to marry someone e'en worse than himself.

Each princess represents a type in the Enneagram typology of personality.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481075558
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 12/5/2012
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Meet the Author

Sheela Word is a research psychologist who enjoys applying psychology-related insights and ideas to the creation of fictional characters and situations. This is her second book.
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    Posted March 13, 2014

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    First time reader and fell in love. The person who wrote book is an awesome writer. I read this book to my class they asked for seconds. How do people make books like this make more!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2013

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    Horrid book.Poor editing. Probably a child author. Grow up Sheela Word.

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