Princess Nia unwillingly receives a gift of a loyal bodyguard—Prince Garreth, the fourth born son of a neighboring kingdom, as an offering of peace between the two kingdoms. When her mother and two brothers die, Nia is left with the possibility that she might have to become the future queen even though she has no desire to do so.
She was taught the art of healing using herbs by her mother and grandmother, and has only distain for her father’s warring ambitions—she would rather heal than inflict pain, but she has no idea that someone close to her doesn't want her to be the queen either and crafts a cunning plan to destroy her. She comes to rely on Garreth as not only her protector, but also her friend.
Author Mella Reese attended Brigham Young University in Utah and Hawaii and then completed her degree in Special Education at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She is a survivor of Cushing's Disease. For more information on Cushings Disease go to http://www.cushings-help.com/
|Author Mella Reese|
Mella has put a great deal of effort into this story and in time will become a wonderful story-teller if she continues to write and is willing to study and learn from the writings of others. I wish her the very best in her endeavors.
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