What if I told you I was a liar, a thief, and a murderer? What if I told you I got away with it all?
Norie can’t spin flax into gold, and she certainly doesn’t deserve to marry Prince Edwin—even if he is a half-wit. But she’s desperate to be queen. So if that means striking bargains with evil gnomes, pretending to like snakes, and dabbling in a bit of black magic, Norie will give it a try.
But when Norie actually has the baby she promised Rump, she’ll have to find a way to wiggle out of their bargain—and he doesn’t do guessing games.
After that, there will be a whole new set of problems: getting rid of old ladies, ruling a kingdom, hiding massive amounts of gold, chopping off heads, and trying not to catch the plague. The usual.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lucy Tayco Price is a flexible freelance writer whose work includes poetry, short fiction, essays, creative journalism, and other forms of creative nonfiction. Her favorite topics are people, nature, and theology. Her work has appeared in magazines and journals such as Insight, New Era, Kolob Canyon Review, and Lucy graduated from Southern Utah University with a BA in creative writing and currently lives in Cedar City, Utah, with her husband and two sons.