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The Archer Princess

The Archer Princess

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tg7angel By tg7angel Updated Apr 28

"I told you. I never did anything wrong." Her voice faded into a weak whisper.

The Prince's eyes grew cold. "Beat her again. Beat her until she spills."

The prince walked and turned away removing all possibility of pitying or giving compassion to the girl. 

Angel wailed in pain.

The prince blinked away a hardened look as a small flush of guilt rushed over him.

"Prince Chance.. Please..I didn't..I--I..." Another set of piercing agony shrilled upon her voice. "Please..." Her voice trailed off then rose to another yell of pain.

The prince quickened his walking pace as the screams lessened. It's resonating vibrations from the stone cold walls of the long corridor bounced with an eerie echo.

Abason..I'm coming.


Sooo, this is the second book to "The Roaming Archer Series!"

If you haven't read the first book yet, I suggest that you do so. :) I'll try my best to make it readable for those who haven't read the first book, but I can't make any promises that I might miss some aspects that only the first book readers would know.

Anyways, I hope you enjoy this book! ^_^

  • adventure
  • archer
  • book
  • captive
  • captivity
  • castle
  • continued
  • funny
  • history
  • justwriteit
  • love
  • medieval
  • mystery
  • past
  • prince
  • princess
  • roaming
  • romance
  • second
  • swords
  • war
RunnerGirl32cherrys RunnerGirl32cherrys Apr 25, 2017
:) always ask jesus when you don't have the strength! Love this! ♡♡♡
missmysterious13793 missmysterious13793 Sep 21, 2016
This is so good! If anyone could check out this really awesome story, it would help my friend get her chance at a wattys award!
Legionz Legionz Nov 11, 2015
Impressive writing! I read this chapter already, and I thought I voted for it. I'll vote again just in case :)
formerlywild formerlywild Sep 02, 2015
It is very great, awesome, and to the point. I think this is on of the best stories I've ever read.