Bernadette: Princess Under Protest

Bernadette: Princess Under Protest

by Cate McDermott

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Overview

Sixteen-year-old Princess Bernadette is tired of all the restrictions of her royal life. All she wants to do is go horseback riding, dance at the annual Blossom Festival, and help the neighboring peasant cottagers make jam! And above all, she definitely wants to avoid her upcoming arranged marriage to an unknown betrothed.

So her father makes a bargain with her. Bernadette has one year to discover what she really wants out of life, and what she wants to be. If she decides against continuing to be a princess, her royal inheritance and betrothed will pass to her younger sister; otherwise, she will have to accept them both.

Accompanied by her slightly authoritative cousin Pete and newfound friend Esmeralda, and with the annoying "Black Knight" Sir Colin and his gorgeous horse Midnight following her every step of the way along her journey, Bernadette sets off on a series of adventures that will guide her to her true destiny-in life and in romance. Her eventual decision may come as a surprise, even to herself!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988668201
Publisher: Sibling Writery The
Publication date: 05/07/2013
Pages: 348
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

Cate McDermott was her neighborhood storyteller from the time she was nine years old. Fourteen years later, she has published her first novel, Bernadette: Princess Under Protest, which developed from a story she told to her brother Don and sister Alexandra, when they were all in their teens. Cate never dreamed that her aspirations to become an author would inspire her two siblings to do the same, but now all three of them work and write together as newly published authors.

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