Prince Arne of Aegiria has always taken his responsibilities as Minister of Culture for his kingdom seriously and sought to raise the bar where artistic events are concerned. So when he is tasked with coordinating a concert on behalf of his mother, the queen—and told, not asked, that American pop singer, Fuchsia, will be the headliner—he is less than thrilled. Fuchsia represents the kind of over-the-top, tacky showmanship that he hates. The only bright spot in the coming fiasco is demure, intelligent Emma Sands, part of Fuchsia's entourage.
But not everything is as it seems.
Emma never set out to deceive Arne, but without her Fuchsia make-up and costumes, just about everyone mistakes her for a quiet groupie. And when Fuchsia finds herself falling into one embarrassing situation after another, incidents so bad they threaten relations between Aegiria and America, the last thing she wants to do is admit who she really is.
There's more to the mishaps that keep befalling Emma and her band, though, and with a little digging, she and Arne discover someone is trying to stop the monumental announcement planned for the end of the concert. Can they uncover the culprit before it's too late? And will Emma's big revelation bring her and Arne closer together or tear them apart?
About the Author
Merry Farmer is an award-winning novelist who lives in suburban Philadelphia with her cats, Torpedo, her grumpy old man, and Justine, her hyperactive new baby. She has been writing since she was ten years old and realized one day that she didn't have to wait for the teacher to assign a creative writing project to write something. It was the best day of her life. She then went on to earn not one but two degrees in History so that she would always have something to write about.