I feel really guilty about leaving people behind, especially when I’m leaving them in a catastrophic mess of a fairy tale. And The Twelve Dancing Princesses was definitely a mess when I left it. Even though ten of the twelve princesses were missing and Felicity had a sprained ankle, I skipped off happily to duel a demonic pixie from another dimension.
I’m a horrible person.
But I went back. I talked to Felicity, Shaw, and even a pixie or two until I got the details of what happened after I left. I’m pretty sure I’ve got the whole story, and since everyone else is off doing their own thing, I’m left with the job of writing it all down.
So here’s what happened to those ten missing princesses, and Shaw and Felicity, as told by yours truly.
Felicity has been a princess her whole life. She grew up with 11 sisters, and life was good. Then, one by one, Felicity's sisters disappeared, supposedly eloping with the princes of a neighboring kingdom. Now, there are only two princesses left, and Felicity is having second thoughts. She doesn't love her prince, but she doesn't want to get left behind.
On top of that, Felicity has been having dreams that feel like memories, but that are completely impossible. And they come with awful headaches. The headaches and memories get worse when a soldier arrives at the palace. Lieutenant Shaw seems so familiar, but can Felicity trust a man she only just met? A man who is out to expose her secrets and force her to marry him?
Joing Felicity and Lieutenant Shaw as they set out to find the ten lost princesses, and get entangled in the kidnapping, romance, rescue, and adventure in The Ten Lost Princesses.
This is a companion novella to the Ivy Thorn series:
Book 1: The Fairy Tale Trap
Book 2: The Fairy Tale Twist
About the Author
Emily is a snark-loving writer who chases her crazy kids around the house before collapsing in front of her computer.
She writes everything from fairy tales to zombies and doesn't mind when her imagination goes off the beaten path.
Other little tid-bits: She's a dog person (Emily has a German Shepherd named Guybrush), she likes to run and majored in Psychology (which explains why she's a little nuts) with a minor in English (which explains the whole writing thing).