A mythical kingdom, a fairy princess, a lowly suitor and an arranged marriage – everything a good fairy tale needs is exactly what you’ll find in My Fair Princess by Nona King. If a sweet romance is what you’re looking for then look no further. The plot centers around Princess Nia of Alaeria and her arranged marriage to Shamus O’Neill, mayor of a neighboring region. She complies out of duty, but is surprised that the mayor may actually be to her liking after all. The book chronicles the slow but steady blossom of love between the two, with the major conflict being the internal one that the Princess faces as she learns to love her husband. There is a hint of danger from an unknown source threatening the region’s water supply but this is never really developed to the full. Perhaps this will be the center of another installment. Instead, we are simply treated to some beautiful description and a gently developed love that is sure to leave the reader feeling warm inside.

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Comment by Leola Norman on September 15, 2012 at 3:08am
I do love your blog.
Comment by Leola Norman on September 15, 2012 at 3:06am
Hi Tracy,

Thanks for the invitation for your book launch. Congratulations! I have to turn down the invitation. The fourth book is so far in the series. I would like to start with the first book. Thanks anyway! Hope to read your first book one day soon.

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