The Lady and her Prince
I admit I found the story slow at the beginning. Then, the story finally takes off with the arrival of the letter and becomes captivating, enough to keep the reader curious.
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Good thing about polishing grammar is the reader can concentrate on reading the story. This is a plus for this book. It is clear.
Elizabeth has to give up everything to save her family from poverty. Her grandfather tries to reassure her, if she doesn't like what she finds ( the Prince, that is) she can always come back. This is the most reassuring statement. It's comforting. He wants her to be happy.
The writer takes us to the delicate politics of the king's court. It is here that the writer's skills are needed most. Fortunately, the writer does this well with a spice of magic and witchcraft. I believe this adds flavor to the coming of age of the young prince. The kingdom is his if he succeeds in walking through the minefield.
The message is clear. I believe this story has in it to become a great book.