Rescuing Princess Donee


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Princess Donee had no intention of marrying until she met the perfect man. She also had no desire to meet the grandfather who had ignored her until he had decided he wanted her to get married. Just who did the pompous old fool think he was? She owed him nothing, and she would not be used as a pawn. She would not. She would make her own choices, and she fully expected her Father to respect her wishes. She would not meet with the man sent by her Grandfather to escort her to his Kingdom. If King Alayton could not come himself to make her acquaintance, then his agent did not deserve simple courtesy! This was her reply to her Father when he insisted that she at least meet with the Prince sent to escort the Princess and her party to her Grandfather’s Kingdom. King Clemont had insisted, she refused, they argued, but Donee was adamant. She wanted nothing at all to do with this Grandfather of hers, nor with the man he sent to act as his representative.

Prince Niber is aware that his reception in King Clemont’s Court is not as it should be, and he dons a servant’s garb to see if he can learn what is going on, and more importantly, where the Princess is hiding herself. He is shocked to realize the Princess is stealing away by herself, and follows, and saves her from rape. Instead of being grateful, the spoiled Princess is infuriated that he does not follow her orders to cut off the men’s ears!

“A young lady should know better than to ride out alone at this time of night. All sorts of things can happen, just as what happened this night. Those two thought you a woman of easy virtue, and only thought to sample what you were offering. You are not dressed to fit your station in life, and while I can and do understand your desire for anonymity, your garments do not offer you enough protection Princess. Were I your father or husband, I would turn you over my knee and spank you soundly for putting yourself in danger.”

Book Length: 8 chapters / 33,258 words

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