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Heidel (The Nine Princesses Novellas) (Volume 3) Paperback – March 21, 2015
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What makes the story way more interesting, is that Heidel is the kitchen princess. She works in the kitchen, it's her home turf. (After the servant feud, the princesses took over the castle.) Most princesses are depending on their loyal chefs and maids to clean up for them, to dress them, to cook for them. Oh, no, no, no, no, no. HEIDEL is the cook. And that's how it's going to be when you read this (I'm expecting you to).
P.S.. This would have been a 5 star but I couldn't forgive how Heidel was able to easily forgive Prince Eravis so quickly about making fun of her big figure for years. It doesn't matter why he called her names. It was hurtful and mean. It's one thing if your kid, but it's another if you're an adult in your 20's.
The story is fine, the heroine highly satisfactory - not your oh-so-pretty princess. No, this one loves cooking and fighting and is a little bit cynical, but at the same time hopeful. The combination is rare and very motivating.
Prince Ervis is great, too. He is by far one of the most realistic princes I've read about (and I've read a lot).
A little bit of the Taming of the Shrew, a little bit of King Thrushbeard, nice culinary part and a bit of romance - the reading is perfect and hard to put down. Thanks a lot!