The King's Bride

The King's Bride

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Elleon Uis By ElleonUis Updated 5 hours ago

Princess Amatak was to marry King Jerodfan, who was known as a tyrant. On the way to Jerodfan's castle, the princess forced her maid, Bakani, to substitute her role. Arose from her overwhelm status, Bakani knew nothing about being a princess or politic, but at least she won't be doing any more chores around the castle! She'll be respected like a queen since she is marrying to the powerful king! At least that's what she thought! However, will Jerodfan allow a traitor's daughter live in his castle freely or will his cold heart melt by his innocent beautiful wife?


Set in a fictional country in middle east around 500 BCE. Everything is a made up story. This story is all mine.
I changed the genre from Historical Fiction to Romance bc it doesn't base on a historical figure or anything. It's really romantic fiction. I made everything up. 

cover made by one of my reader, @gadaffilicious Check out her books.

Rithushree Rithushree Nov 24, 2016
grammatical mistakes dont spoil a good plot if the writer is confident....... ncy start.
bitch-from-pakistan bitch-from-pakistan Nov 26, 2016
Shoutout to you for having a colored girl for a cover of a story that's based in the Middle East 🙌🏽🙌🏽 someone finally gets it right 😂
ShaniaHettiarachi ShaniaHettiarachi Nov 16, 2016
Haha. English is my first language, the only one I have confidence in and the one I lack the most confidence in. I feel ya! love the story line. I did not see that plot twist with the maid.
adorableabi adorableabi Aug 22, 2016
For someone who is complaining about grammar, I think you are  just doing fine. so keep it up
sandersensarah sandersensarah Dec 02, 2016
Im going to cry this story looks so good.
                              
                              I'm definitely reading it ASAP. Adding it to my list xx
Suomenlinna Suomenlinna Sep 26, 2016
Took me a while, but I finally figured out why Natsikap sounds so familiar - It's "Pakistan" backwards, isn't it?