[a Retelling of "The Princess and the Pea"]Book - 2010
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"The first time Richard had kissed her, standing in the field, his lips, had been soft, the kiss gentle. This time it was intense. The onslaught made her gasp. She wrapped her arms around his neck and clung to him."
"I promise I will do anything I can to help you" Violet said. It wasn't much but it was all she had to give. In her heart, Violet knew that a week's time might find her back on her on her family's farm, castles and gowns and princes a distant memory, like a dream of someone else's life.
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This story is about Violet is one of the villages. She saw Prince Edward at love at first sight. When Prince Edward's parents knew that they are seeing each other, they held a contest that all princess and girl commoner from different country, they were surprised. Violet accept the challenge, and fought her way through and pass through many competition. At the end, the winner is Violet. Edward and Violet lived happily ever after.
When a storm brings the dashing Prince Richard to her family's farm, Violet falls in love at first sight. Richard also gives Violet his heart, but he knows his marriage is destined to be an affair of state, not of passion. For the king and queen have devised a contest to determine who will win their son's hand in marriage.
To be reunited with her prince, Violet must compete against princesses from across the land. It will take all of her wits — and a little help from an unexpected source — if Violet is to demonstrate the depth of her character and become Richard's bride. (Back Cover)
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