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Who is Princess Katherine?

17-year-old Crown Princess of Maledonia. She has long dark hair that has an almost auburn tint in the sunlight, dark eyes, pale skin typical of royalty.

The second child and oldest daughter to King William and Queen Miranda. Her older brother, George, was killed when she was 15 in a freak accident, leaving her the heir to the throne. 
Katherine feels a strong sense of duty to her people and her kingdom, but she has very different ideas of how the kingdom should be run than her father, and even George. While William strives to grow the kingdom’s wealth and prominence, Katherine prefers to spend her days with the people. She is quite soft-hearted, a trait William warns will not serve her well as the Queen.
"Surely the Queen can be both kind and gentle. Why won't he listen to me? I can do more than entertain courtiers and marry well."
Katherine is an accomplished rider, and looks forward to her daily rides along the forested trails and the beach as a means of escaping from …

How it all Began...

About two years ago, I had a story idea playing out in my mind almost constantly, like a scene from a movie on repeat. Every time it was a little different, but the idea was always the same.

I found myself fascinated by this scene, exploring the characters, who they were, and what they were doing, and why. I started creating backstories in my mind, and eventually realized I was creating an entire world. Finally, after about a month I decided to write down what I'd created so I could keep it all straight.

50+ pages into it, (and still going strong) ..... I realized I was writing a book.

Now over a year and a half later, I have 275 pages (in Word- that's about 400 pages in a paperback novel), 90K words, a beautiful cover, and 3 sequels planned! It's been an insane journey, full of ups and lots of downs, but through it all, something was pushing me. It may sound crazy, but I felt as if the Lord knew I needed to write this book, and He wanted me to share it with others.