(Newly proofed and reformatted) Despite all the beauty and virtues expected of faerie tale princesses, Alix labored under a terrible curse: she was too smart, too knowledgeable, too capable. To set herself free, she had to kill the monstrous firedrake; though afterword, they became great friends…
Princess Alix's effortless intelligence so infuriates her father the king that he locks her up in a castle, utterly alone. To free herself, the ruthlessly logical princess must open her skeptical eyes to the magic all around her, beginning with the christening gifts that the faeries gave her as a baby. Only then, with their help and the help of Jack Brambel, an amiable duke-in-training, can Alix free herself, win her deadly battle with the monstrous firedrake, save her country, and revive the love of her father.
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Wonderful just wonderful!
"The Princess and the Firedrake" is a wonderful story. Anyone can enjoy it. Great short story that can be finished in a day or two.
IT'S AWESOME!!!!! (I highly recommend you to read it!!)
Yes, it was truly amazing. I learned that if you are smart, you will always soon would find friendship in your heart. Friendship and love always complete. That's why I give it a five star!
The Princess and the Firedrake
This is one of the funniest fantasy stories I've read in a long time! Stinson should consider marketing it to Disney for a fantasy cartoon! Highly suitable for preteens and young adults.