For one magical summer, Jona is selected to be a companion to Prince Lee and help him practice social graces. Despite her joy, however, she is expected to follow the rules: never speak to the queen unless spoken to, never forget she's merely a servant, and never, ever fall in love with the prince.
Are the differences between a prince and a commoner too large to overcome, or are they just a matter of magical misperception?
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A cute fairytale. A happy ending with a twist. Enjoyed it.