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Once Upon Two Kingdoms

Book blurb

Freedom to Choose is Paramount for any human

An arrangement made when Elizabeth was just a babe ties her to someone she has never met, never spoken to, never loved. Now she desires freedom—a way to choose her own path—her own husband. The moment Elizabeth meets Patrick she knows he is her soul mate. But when you are bound to a crown how is any choice your own?

Once Upon Two Kingdoms by Anna del C. Dye
Clean romance

Elizabeth should be celebrating her birthday but she is dreading her royal commitment. A commitment made for her by her father at her birth. In the neighboring country, Patrick finds his father’s meddling in his lack of a love life irritating at best and when the monarch reveals Patrick’s betrothal as part of his responsibility to the welfare of the kingdom it become worse. The young man revolts the only way available to him. What Elizabeth and Patrick don’t know is how their individual reactions will affect the course of their respective kingdoms fate or their own. How will two royals—strangers to each other—remain true to themselves and still fulfill their commitments?

Ms. Dye’s tale is told in the classic style reminiscent of the old classics – a familiar tale with a twist. While some threads of this story could be woven tighter and given a richer texture, overall it is quite engaging. Ms. Dye’s villain is deplorable in his intent and his lackeys are inept giving the reader hope for a happy ending. An enjoyable and light read, safe in both romantic heat and evil violence, for the youngest romantic.

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