The Princess and the Prince


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The Princess and the Prince

The King of Brookshire has died, leaving his seventeen-year-old daughter Maria in possession of the throne.

Dark secrets lie buried in the most unlikely places.

Loyalty is stretched to the breaking point.

Lives are at stake.

In this dramatic retelling of the classic Cinderella story, nothing is as it seems.

Paperback, 275 pages.  $14.99   Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.


10 thoughts on “The Princess and the Prince

  1. Victoria, I have always been impressed by your maturity, your inward, as well as your outward, beauty! What a fantastic young woman you are & I feel privileged to have met you @ Covenant Community Church. May the Lord continue to bless you & direct your steps. Happy New Year to you & your family.

  2. uhhhhh, yeah……..why in the WORLD would you not put a link in here to buy your recipe books?? You never even mentioned your cookbooks!!! GIRL, you MUST put that in here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Other than that, my thought of you when you were just five years old has now been confirmed….you are WAYYYYYYYYY smarter than I ever could be HAHAAAAA!!!!!

    • 😀 I definitely have thought about putting them up; I plan to very soon! But I’m trying to find out if there’s a way to let people buy the book directly from the printing company. As soon as I figure out how to do it, I plan on putting my cook book for sale on here!

      Aunt Cheri, I am NOT smarter than you just because I write things! That’s just the gifting that God’s given me. 🙂 I often think of how much fun, how cheerful, and how encouraging you are and wish I could be more like you!

      Love you!


      • Victoria,
        You ROCK, girl!! Speaking of admiration, out of the blue the other day, Cora said, “Mom, I like Victoria. I just like how she is.” I said, “She’s an amazing role model. One of the best you can have.”
        We adore you in every way, my toy a!!!!

        • Oh my goodness! That is so sweet!!! Tell Cora thank you! Remind her, though, that ANYTHING good you see in me is God working through me, because there is NOTHING good in me on my own!
          Love you and all the “girls!”. 🙂

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