Hvinde's stepmother truly is the fairest of them all, goddess of beauty and ruler of the kingdom. Her priests, however, think it's time to give somebody else a chance at the title of fairest, and at least one thinks Hvinde has a shot. What's a girl to do when she'd much rather play bridge with the guards than primp for others?
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About the Author
Erin M. Hartshorn is a desert rat transplanted to a humid climate. Her ideal home has bookcases in every room. She is a moderator at Forward Motion for Writers, an online writers community. Her fiction has appeared both on-line and in print in various places, placed in the PARSEC short story contest, earned honorable mentions in the Writers of the Future contest, and been short-listed for the UPC Award. When she's not writing, she enjoys various handicrafts, though she prefers spending time with her family. She blogs online at www.erinmhartshorn.com/blog and can be found on Twitter (@ErinMHartshorn).