Item description for Scarlett, First Knight of Vandora by Blue Terry Megan...
Suzi heard the scream and came running. The governess almost immediately spotted the arrow. She hurriedly closed and locked the doors, lit a candle, pulled the heavy curtains together, and then embraced her charge who was huddled on the floor shaking like someone with a fever. Suzi rocked the newly crowned Queen of Nurum, to and fro the way she had when she was a little girl. As Alisza wept, Suzi wiped away the tears that cruised down her cheeks. "It will be all right," Suzi soothed, wondering how things could ever be all right again. Neither of them had ever experienced such a stressful situation. Although Alisza's parents had been cold and heartless people, they provided financial stability for the two women and kept them safe. What would they do now? Where could they turn for help? Who could they trust? "Why did they try to kill me?" Alisza asked brokenly. "What did I do to them? And where are my guards?" "It was not you personally dear. They are afraid of how you will exercise the power you have been handed." "Tell me what to do," Alisza cried clutching Suzi's bodice. "It is a time for caution. Do not do anything rash. We must determine who our enemy is."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.3" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2006
Publisher Realm of Vandora
ISBN 1932586199 ISBN13 9781932586190
Reviews - What do customers think about Scarlett, First Knight of Vandora?
Not your grandmother's classic tale of Princes and Princesses. Feb 23, 2008
Are you sick of books where the prince has to save the princess or the woman are mere trophies of men who won them at battle. Then this story is definitely for you. The book is about serious brave women who rule, fight, and love. Queen Venom is the tough and serious queen who is trying to raise her children to not be self absorbed royalty. Her ex-husband King Brit has a different notion of how his children should be raised. This often leads them to squabbling and King Brit fleeing his domineering wife. Then there is Scarlet the First Knight of Vandora. She is a princess in her own right, yet chose to leave it for a life of a knight. Each woman in this tale defies the stereotypes laid before them. I highly recommend this book if you want to see women in roles not stereotypical.