Princess at Sea

Author: Dawn Cook

One day Tess was the crown princess of Costenopolie, and the next she discovered she was a beggar’s child, reared as a decoy to keep the real princess safe from assassins. But Tess’s flair for politics, self-defense, and shopping—and her recently discovered magical powers thwarted the kingdom’s enemies and restored the real princess to the throne.Now, she dons an ambassado….Read More

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