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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Desert Breeze
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Series: Children of the King
The First Sent Out
Sent from the King to the tiny island of Undae, Prince Geoffrey Athan D'Ambrose must lead its people back to the truth. Top of his class, Geoffrey chafes at the King's command to arrive disguised as a tutor. Hampered by the people burying their discontent in games and entertainment, Geoffrey focuses on his princess perhaps too much.
A Reluctant Princess
Lady Tayte Bashan knows her rare black hair shouldn't qualify her to be the ruler of an island though everyone else believes it does. But until she's certain the prophecy isn't for her, she'll do her best to prepare Undae for the coming prince. When a tutor arrives to teach her people, she realizes the prince already knows of her incompetence. But her worst failure is in not guarding her heart against the tutor's peaceful joy and tender touches.
An Island in Distress
Undae Island lives under the heavy burden of a reoccurring tsunami. With crops failing and citizens emotionally adrift, a political coup threatens. Then, the wave rises.