Once Upon Two Kingdoms Freedom to Choose is Paramount for any humanAn 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 choo

  • Title: Once Upon Two Kingdoms
  • Author: Anna del C. Dye
  • ISBN: 9781311368751
  • Page: 214
  • Format: ebook
  • Freedom to Choose is Paramount for any humanAn 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

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    1. I've always had a fascination with royals and used to dream about being a princess. Stories like this make me realize that it would be a lot harder than I think because often times, a princess doesn't get to choose things for herself. It would be hard to have a marriage arranged for you from birth, especially when your heart belongs to another, and this is the exact situation that Elizabeth finds herself in. I don't know if I could go through with that and Elizabeth's struggles really show.Eliza [...]

    2. When I saw that Anna had written a royal romance, I was anxious to read it. I've enjoyed her elf-inspired books, and I wanted to see what she would do with a different kind of story. I wasn't disappointed. This is a delightful, clean romance that I feel comfortable handing to my daughters. When I first started reading, I thought it was a re-telling of the Sleeping Beauty story where two royal heirs are forced into an arranged marriage, fall in love with each other without knowing who they are, a [...]

    3. Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers’ FavoriteOnce Upon Two Kingdoms: A Royal Romance is a young adult romantic fantasy written by Anna del C. Dye. A number of years ago, the rulers of two neighboring countries, Bella Vista and Trebolett, made an agreement that their children would marry when they came of age. This would unite the two kingdoms and was considered customary practice. Royal children were expected to serve their country rather than marrying for love. Prince Patrick of Trebolett and [...]

    4. Once Upon Two Kingdoms is the first book in my Royal Romance series. It is clean and a YA Medieval Romance. All the books in this series are stand-alone.Once Upon Two Kingdoms is the story of a prince and a princess who are promised to each other by their fathers and how they take it when they find out. They spend a year trying to undo that pact, which will make them unhappy forever. This develop in the midst of some very intriguing happenings between the two kingdoms which always points a finge [...]

    5. Doomed arrangementsThis is a sweet, clean, romance about a betrothed royal couple, who while fighting the inevitable, fall in love with strangers. Add into the mix a sinister plot to cause a war between these kingdoms and who's only hope may be to follow through with the marriage and you have a nice story. Just a bit on the sappy side but fun.

    6. I think was an adorable book for older girls. It's traditional Sleeping Beauty in flavor and very clean. I'll enjoy sharing it with my granddaughters.

    7. Once Upon Two Kingdoms is an interesting tale, set in a more medieval period. Since there are references to parentage in French, I'm assuming it's in Europe, or a place similar. Two individuals are promised to each other in marriage when their fathers get the idea into their heads, despite the sorrow of their wives.Eighteen-odd years later, they unexpectedly meet, but don't realize they are destined to marry each other. Neither wants to marry someone they've never met, but, with the circumstance [...]

    8. When I was approached to read Upon Two Kingdoms by Anna Del C. Dye I was delighted. I was ready for a break from reality. I found just that as this light medieval romance is a fun read for all ages. In the first few chapters I thought I knew where the story was going, but the plot twists surprised me. Lovely, innocent Princess Elizabeth faces Del brought the kingdoms and the citizens to life in such a way that a reader keeps turning the pages, wanting everything to work out, but not knowing it i [...]

    9. It was a delightful read that captured my attention from beginning to end. Elizabeth is a beautiful, young women with a strong will, and an even stronger sense of understanding and duty. I love that she doesn't sigh and bemoan her life but takes charge and makes decisions.Patrick is an intriguing character. It's hard not to fall in love with him as you read how he relates to Elizabeth. I loved how he was a gentleman, but it didn't take away from her independence. There were times, however, that [...]

    10. Free book for honest review. juliesbookreview Once Upon Two Kingdoms by Anna Del C. Dye is a medieval romance that touches the heart. At a young age both Princess Elizabeth and Prince Patrick were arranged to be married. They both grew up without this knowledge and dreamed of one day finding love. After the news if delivered to them, both royals are upset and run away into the mountains. While all of this is being revealed, there is a force working within the two kingdoms to take town the royals [...]

    11. I liked the interchange between the two main characters best. They seemed most real when teasing each other and repeating their own little routine that came to mean more and more as they got to know each other. It is a very innocent story even though it includes political intrigue, sword fights, and death. If you want thought-provoking, deep fiction on these subjects, this isn't the book for you. If you want to spend some time in a sweet story where prejudices keep the heroes from their goals fo [...]

    12. I almost quit reading this book at the beginning due to the lack of detail/organization/editing in the book- but I am glad I did not! I actually really enjoyed the story, and found the plot to be very interesting ;) The romance in it was sweet- especially the more I read!

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