Was He The Queen?! [NOOK Book]

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“Can you keep a secret?” Harley’s not sure that she wants to. Her whole childhood was spent rotely denying things she didn’t properly understand. Unlike some of her friends, she doesn’t find the question remotely giggleworthy – but Harley knows better than anyone that it’s not always a choice.

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Was He The Queen?!

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Overview

“Can you keep a secret?” Harley’s not sure that she wants to. Her whole childhood was spent rotely denying things she didn’t properly understand. Unlike some of her friends, she doesn’t find the question remotely giggleworthy – but Harley knows better than anyone that it’s not always a choice.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044644380
  • Publisher: Dillie Dorian
  • Publication date: 7/7/2013
  • Series: A Bended Family , #7
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 25,160
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 194 KB

Meet the Author

Dillie Dorian is an English author of child and YA realistic fiction. She is notable for offering all fourteen titles in her debut series, A Bended Family, for free online.Dillie has been “writing” since a very young age, and her mother probably still hoards innumerable sellotape-bound “sequels” to everything from Animal Ark to The Worst Witch.Her first serious project began in September 2006, with “Oops! Did I Forget I Don’t Know You?”, which sparked countless official sequels of its own within months. Working on this series between the ages of thirteen and fourteen taught her everything she knows about writing, and she hasn’t stopped expanding on the Hartleys’ lives since!
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2014

    Didnt finish my review.

    In the book there is no one who is a queen, so what is the title about people. But dont judge a book by its cover, or title for that matter. It is about a young girl with extraordinary friends, and a fourteen year old twin brother. They fight but make up easily. Usually. So i would totally recommend it to any one with a reading device! Its just so cool that i forgot about the name not matching the storys idea. Once i was in it, there was no going back. EVER! Um....it was an interesting book to read and if i hadnt i would never had realized that i was a "younger" sister to someone on my game. He really cares about me, and i really care about him... and whenever im talking to him i feel like i can do anything, go anywhere! If i hadnt met him, then my life would be missing something important! I owe erything ive accomplished these few past days to my older brother. Sukh, even though you might never read this... you mean the world to me... thank you... for being there when i need you the most. And i mean it to... couldnt call you that for a few days... but it was lose you, or get over a being younger sister. Not a difficult choice. I dont want to lose you again! Not now,not in 10 years, not ever do i want to lose my older brother. I care about you an i know you feel the same way about me, sukh so, to have people know you not just in North America, but everywhere, i have a few words to say about him. More like a speech though. If i had never met you, sukh, i would have missed something big... just because i didnt know you! You are the most important thing that has happened to me in a long time, and though we fight sometimes... we bond with each other every day. So this is why the long speech to you sukh, cause i love you. As a sister will love her older brother :-) but i think you should know... i have been loved by you... more than anyone... and one day i hope to return the favor of loving you more than anyone else does... and you know i mean it sukh, dont you? If you dont then maybe we werent meant to be sister and brother. But if that wasnt meant to be... then i hope we can be friends... if not brother and sister. You understand, right? I really hope you do sukh because im kinda runnibg out of words to express bow much exactly i care about you sukh... and you will always be my prince... waiting to rescue me from any danger i might get myself into. And ill alway be willing to return the favor for you, big brother. If you need me... just give me a shout on funrun... you know you can... big brother :-) and i hope you ask

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2014

    It was an alright book

    Pretty good:)

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