K.M. Shea

“He tossed his crown aside and plucked a basket out of the sack. He took a deep breath, held the basket behind his back and turned to face Cinderella. “Duchess Cinderella Lacreux, I must confess I have fallen deeply in love with you. If you would marry me, I would be the happiest of men—but there are some things that must be stated. I am in the army, and while you will always have my love, I cannot guarantee I will always return to you whole, or alive,” Friedrich said, briefly shutting his eye. “Also, I am the prince of a troubled country. If you marry me, I fear you will be called to show love, kindness, and compassion beyond what a normal human could extend. I am confident my countrymen will learn to love you and cherish you as deeply as I do, but I am aware you have already made great sacrifices…and I do not want to force more on you.” Friedrich knelt at her feet. For”


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Cinderella and the Colonel (Timeless Fairy Tales, #3) Cinderella and the Colonel by K.M. Shea
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