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(Book 2 of TLC’s Fairy tale books)
Rangcew, the capital of Commorda, might be flustering about with the upcoming marriage of Cid and Princess Bethany but that doesn’t mean everything is going according to plan for Prince Elton.
Prince Elton, the next in line for the throne, has serious plans to disrupt and force his own father to abandon the title of ‘King’. With this, Prince Elton finds what he needs to make this goal to finally happen!
…The ‘Little Pillager’ knows and has evidence that he needs! He must obtain it without fail!
But to woo the woman, he is in the unknown and feels like he’s the one being wooed instead!
Alison, a thief with a cause, ends up in trouble, only to be caught in a web from the very same person that had brought her family down. Suddenly, she’s become a daughter to another family, with nice dresses and yummy food…This was all to ‘tame’ someone…It is all to woo the Prince…
With reason to ‘play along’, Alison finally finds evidence to reclaim her family’s innocence but…Never thought that she’d ‘stupidly’ fall for the son of that man!
It all just seems so impossible and wrong to go down a certain path, it’s a romance that can’t even be thought of, yet alone acted upon! Then…Why is she so easily lying and pretending like she does want this? Sometimes she even forgets who’s she’s supposed to be entirely and gets swept away by the idiot who claims himself to be a Prince!
Without knowing, they help the other. Without knowing they both become greedy for a certain person’s presence and affection…
Can a thief strive for the position of Queen? Can the Prince speak the words that need to be said?
Características y detalles
- Categoría principal: Cuentos de hadas
- Categorías adicionales Romance, Fantasía
Características: 13×20 cm
N.º de páginas: 96
- Tapa dura impresa: 9781715755867
- Tapa blanda: 9781715755874
- Fecha de publicación: nov. 01, 2020
- Idioma English
- Palabras clave rough, diamond, TLCsDestiny, fairy tales, Aladdin
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