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    Princess Charlotte is sixteen when she is told she is going to be married off to try to prevent a war from starting in her kingdom. She is betrothed to Prince Young of Vires and it is the last thing Charlotte wants. She tries to do anything she can to get out of it, including shooting an arrow by the prince when he shows up. Prince Young was excited about the wedding, but obviously is less than thrilled by being shot at, and seeing that Charlotte seems more interested in his brother than him. He doesn’t want to go through with the wedding, however he understands that it’s not about their happiness, it’s about bringing to kingdoms together to help the people. Everything changes though when the kingdom is attacked and they all have to flee. Emotions, trust, friendship, and love are all tested between everyone. I enjoyed this story’s plot very much. It was action packed and there were a few unexpected twists that I enjoyed. There were also a few moments where I’d get nervous or scared for a character, not knowing how a situation was going to turn out. However, while I loved the story’s plot, there was absolutely no character development. Characters would look at someone and instantly fall in love. I thought that it would be an interesting concept, that even though these two people are in an arranged marriage, they fall in love with other people. I thought it would be fun to see where these new relationships went, but they were just dropped instantly. I was wondering why they were even there to begin with. Also some characters motivations weren’t explained. They would think or do certain things and there would be no explanation why. It did leave me frustrated and while I do hate books that drag along and add too much to the story, I believe this needed a little more to it for me to enjoy it more. ***Review has been done with conjunction with Nerd Girl Official***

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