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.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)|
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This book brings back the magic of story telling. If you read up on the Enneagram personality types you will come to appreciate the characters even more. Bravo!
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!!!!!!!!!!
Horrid book.Poor editing. Probably a child author. Grow up Sheela Word.