The People's Princess of China The People's Princess of China

The People's Princess of China

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In May of 2018, romantic comedy sent a beautiful rookie journalist from China's largest daily newspaper, to cover Prince Harry's royal wedding to the stunning Meghan Markle.

Because of a commotion with the printing presses at the China Daily News, the Assistant Editor has misheard the word Royal, and accidentally sends her beautiful journalist to Boyle in County Roscommon, Ireland, in the company of three seasoned photographers, none of whom speak a word of English.

By an appalling coincidence, Irish heart-throb, Harry O'Toole, is about to become duped into a shotgun marriage.

Through a series of dramatic events, the shotgun wedding comes unstuck on the steps of the altar.

Rather than let the Chinese journalist and her photographers get fired for missing their print deadline, local priest, Father Fagan and his Parish Council believe it to be their civic and moral duty to save the day, by staging a mock wedding.

However, the only wedding dress available at a local bridal store, is too narrow for anyone except the beautiful Chinese journalist to fit into.

Within seconds of print deadline, the editor of the China Daily News receives the photographs and the copy, but only has sufficient time to correct the headlines of his front-page story, which go on to accidentally inform the whole of China, that Prince Harry has just married a stunningly beautiful girl from China.

How will everyone save their jobs, and how will the People's Princess of China cope with the impending reality of an arranged marriage to her cousin, someone she has never met?

An important back-story to this book:

When the beautiful Luo Hongling discovered on social media that her husband of six months had married her to cover up the fact that he was a gay man, who would ever have thought that the tragedy of her permanent solution to a temporary crisis would unlock 'The Mystery of Edwin Drood'?

Romantic comedy rarely gets to un-tell the devastation caused by a global pandemic no one wants to talk about.

But, by her reincarnation as the breath-taking People's Princess of China, English-Irish actress Ellen Ternan emerges from 'The Dead' to join Gretta Conroy in pining for Michael Furey, and her own lost love.

Four weddings, no funerals and the profanity of an Irish Catholic priest conspire to fashion a range of Wilde-Confucian reasons to love life.

As the Cinderella of creative writing, romantic comedy finally gets to rock the foundations of English literature!

June 18
Anne Cestors
Draft2Digital, LLC

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