The People's Princess

The People's Princess

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by Tabitha DeHavilland
     
 

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Fifteen years ago a princess died and the world mourned. I mourned along with them. That princess had fueled my adolescent belief in fairy tales and happily-ever-afters. I watched her wedding. And then I watched her funeral. I cried with her children. I cried with the world.

And I wondered… what if?

What if she really hadn’t died? What if it was

Overview

Fifteen years ago a princess died and the world mourned. I mourned along with them. That princess had fueled my adolescent belief in fairy tales and happily-ever-afters. I watched her wedding. And then I watched her funeral. I cried with her children. I cried with the world.

And I wondered… what if?

What if she really hadn’t died? What if it was all some grand scheme so she could have a happily-ever-after?

So I wrote her that happy ending.

Names have been changed, events re-ordered or altered—even completely fabricated—and thoughts and feelings and conversations made up for my version of what happened at the end of that summer. Some events will have to be given the benefit of the doubt because none of us knows what we’d do in similar situations. Take everything you read in these pages with several grains of salt. Because, remember, what you are reading is fiction.

But, oh, what if it wasn’t…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015524369
Publisher:
TDH Books
Publication date:
09/29/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
File size:
706 KB

Meet the Author

Tabitha DeHavilland is a pen name glommed from her favorite television witch and the actress in one of the classic romance stories ever. When she was picking her new name, she figured she might as well pick something she liked.
This Tabitha grew up on fairy tales and was only a little younger than the People’s Princess. She bought into the whole fairy tale.
Today, she’s fifteen years wiser, knows that there are no such things as fairy tales, but she still wants to believe in happy endings.

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The People's Princess 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cried when she died. I watched the funeral and the wedding. This book was definitely one I had to buy.