It is 1860, and Robert Knight is praying. Destined to take over a struggling West Texas ranch, Robert has his work cut out for him. Despite knowing that his new ranch is vulnerable to Mexican rustlers and that a neighbor already despises him and his Christian values, Robert still holds one goal above all others: to find a wife—and quick. As Robert settles into life on the ranch, he intently watches from horseback one day as the first train full of dignitaries pulls into Haggard, Texas. All seems normal until he suddenly sees three hoodlums approach the train and drag a woman out against her will. Robert initiates a fierce gun battle where he eventually emerges the victor. After he takes the woman to the safety of his ranch, Robert soon realizes that he has not rescued just any woman. He has saved Elizabeth Abdullah from the claws of a radical group who want her dead. Unbeknownst to Robert, Elizabeth is facing an enormous duty: to marry a prince and become the mother of the next male regent of the island of Donoscia-este. In this historical tale, a future princess and her two sisters somehow find their lives intertwined with a young, adventurous West Texas cattle rancher who must rely on his faith—and God’s wisdom—to help him lead everyone in the right direction.
In the center of earth lies a beautiful place called LaHappyville. King and Queen LaHappy hold the golden diamond ball of happiness in the castle chambers. This magical precious diamond see to it that everyone in the world is happy. Meanwhile, Drusilla who was once the royal scientist of LaHappyville tries to steal the golden diamond ball of happines. King and Queen LaHappy give birth to a beautiful baby girl and somehow magically, Drusilla can't get To The golden diamond ball of happiness. Drusilla is bitter and even hates happy girls even more due to Princess Pink 's powers. King and Queen LaHappy fear that Drusilla will try to return so, they call on Princess Pink's godfather Nigel to train her to be the best all around princess.
Dale was seventeen when the Second World War had finally ended. After the end of the war, he eagerly set his sights on higher learning and began to pursue his own lofty personal goals, in a peacetime America. In 1950, after the Korean War erupted into the lives of the, still battle-weary people of the United States, young men were targeted, once again, by the United States Military. Dale had just turned twenty-two years old. Much attention has been given, of late, to letters written by the men who served in the Armed Forces, of the United States, this past century. I believe that in my letters, written by a raw young sailor, “Krug” to “Princess,” one might be able to gain much insight, on what many of the young men, like Dale, went through in those uncertain times. Dale labored to write Connie a daily letter. Depending on circumstances, he sometimes could only write every two or three days, but most of the time he maintained his daily schedule, of notes and letters. Some of “Krug’s” letters, from the war zone, were lost before they reached me, but because of the frequency of his writing, most came through to me. So, even though a few letters were lost, I still have a steady diary, of “Krug’s” day-to-day activities in his first year of life in the Navy, at the beginning of the Korean War. Dale dedicated himself to motivate me to, want to, wait for him to come home to our marriage, by keeping my interest in him, alive. He worked hard, to make his beautiful love notes, both interesting and informative in reading content.
Raoul needs a bride, fast, if he's to be Prince Regent of Alp'Azuri. He'd rather carry on his work as a doctor with a medical aid agency, but his country's future is at stake - and so is his nephew's life. Beautiful yet vulnerable Jessica agrees to marry Raoul, but she will return home to Australia the next day.
FEMME TALES: Six Short Sagas and One Long Story is a playful, irreverent, sometimes camp re-vision of seven of the Grimm’s tales. “Little Red Riding Hood” becomes “Little Red Jogging Suit,” wherein a sparky girl and her spunky grandmother take on a wolf in sheep’s clothing, only to fi nd themselves victims of the legal/judicial system. In “Hannah and Greggo,” closet-cousins of “Hansel and Gretel,” a savvy big sister saves her innocent little brother from the clutches of a wicked warlock. Other rightings-of-the-record include: “The Toad Prince or The Dog Princess or Hopeless Henry,” “Sungold and the Seven Midgets,” “AshesAngie,” “Sweeping Beauty,” and “Ms. Fisherwoman and Spouse,” illegitimate offspring of “The Frog King,” “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Cinderella,” “Sleeping Beauty,” and “The Fisherman and His Wife.” May you read with a laugh--and a nod, Parry invites.
"A Horse Named Princess-It's Nice To Meet You" is the second book in the series about Princess the horse. These books have been written to teach children about the life stages of horses through the literary elements of reality and fantasy. In this book Princess meets a skunk whose name is Jasmine. Princess is sure to use her very best manners when she meets Jasmine, always setting a good example for her young readers. Jasmine tells Princess that she is nocturnal. Princess does not know what nocturnal means so she takes the risk and asks her Princess then leaves the woods and heads back to the barn trying to figure out how she can help her new friend. Read on to see how Princess' magical qualities help her to learn about being nocturnal as well as what adaptation is all about.
Her kingdom bankrupt, a princess travels to the New World in search of a fortune When Princess Marlena’s father, the benevolent ruler of the tiny kingdom of Hartz-Coburg, dies, he leaves behind nothing but a famous name and a mountain of debt. To fill her beloved nation’s empty coffers, Marlena has two choices: marry or beg. Although she’s considered one of Europe’s great beauties, Marlena has a fiery temper and frightens off all but the most repulsive of the international nobility. Too proud to surrender to a man she does not love, Marlena goes to America to raise the money, arriving just in time to see the stock market crash of 1880. Penniless and desperate, the princess decides to find investors among the gold-rush millionaires of the American West. Instead she finds misery, danger, and a handsome stranger with a temper rough enough to match her own. To make it home, Europe’s toughest princess will have to find her inner cowgirl.
A fictional portrait of Henry VIII's first wife, Katherine of Aragon, follows her through her youthful marriage to Henry's older brother, Arthur, her widowhood, her marriage to Henry, and the divorce that led to Henry's marriage to Anne Boleyn.