Close to the Crown {CURRENTLY ON HOLD: BEING REVISED}

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Sophie-Lou By Sophie_Bryan Updated 2 years ago
The first book in 'The Crown Trilogy'.
    Incomplete.
    Lilliana Thorne is the daughter of a Duke, a Lord and a very close friend to the King, The Duke of Windsor, Sir Alfred Thorne. Lilliana and the King's daughter, Adelaide are very close friends and are tutored by the same private royal tutor at Buckingham Palace. For years, the two men, both the King and the Duke have been trying to Pair Lilliana, with the King's only son and the next King, William, but things aren't as easy as they seem. Lily, as she also goes by, enjoys her life and the privileges she has, but she knows it's only so long, before she no longer has those freedoms, and she will have to marry the man who has been her enemy for as long as she can remember.
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I noticed many spelling and grammatical errors. Without those fixed it's hard to really comment on anything else. You may want to spell check this yourself and then have an editor go over it to catch anything you missed.
I noticed many spelling and grammatical errors. Without those fixed it's hard to really comment on anything else. You may want to spell check this yourself and then have an editor go over it to catch anything you missed.
I noticed many spelling and grammatical errors. Without those fixed it's hard to really comment on anything else. You may want to spell check this yourself and then have an editor go over it to catch anything you missed.