Royal Blood #TheHeavenlyAwards2017

Royal Blood #TheHeavenlyAwards2017

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Bethany By ShhBethsReading Updated 6 days ago

WINNER OF THE ROYALIST PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD IN FANTASY! 

HIGHEST RANK SO FAR #472 IN FANTASY! 

"I've been told that every young girl dreams of being a princess. That they want to wear the big ball gowns and meet Prince Charming. They want to have all the riches and the admiration that comes with the job. They want the fairy tale life.

What they don't want is having to call their own mother "Your Majesty" when they are surrounded by other people. They don't want cameras flashing every time you enter your house, or in my case a palace. They don't want the hate and spite that also comes with job which is more common now than it was before the unspeakable disease.

I should know because this is my life."

Alexandria Willows is the princess of the country Strongwell, one of the two countries on planet earth. Alexandria constantly lives in her mothers shadow, always being told that she is 'too young' to have an opinion on the things that matter but can her opinion be any worse than her mothers? 

The princess desperately wants to change the way the country is run and she'll do everything she can to make that happen. Even if that means leaving everything she has ever known behind.

Powerful start, especially since I believe in that dream but know that kind of power comes with responsibility and scrutiny.
FetchingPenumbra FetchingPenumbra Dec 23, 2016
Salut! This surely got me hooked about the story! Your grammar, the sentence structure and descriptions were flawless! You clearly have an interesting concept ready to unravel and I don't know how someone would NOT be intrigued by such a marvelous prologue!
MissSweetche3ks MissSweetche3ks Dec 17, 2016
I really want that life. It sounds amazing from what I can tell but everything has it's vicissitudes.
I didn't think about riches in my childhood but I did think about having princes, unicorns, mermaids, fairies, and junk. Lol
this sets up the book to show the struggle of the life she leads compared to the idea people may have of a princesses life being like a fairy tale
I dun like to be call "your Majesty" back then. I prefer sugar or princess