The Star Princess (A Beyond Fairytales story) by Jessica E. Subject

THE STAR PRINCESS

A Beyond Fairytales story

By Jessica E. Subject

New Adult Erotic Sci-Fi Romance

ISBN: 978-1-61333-765-3

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In one week, Princess Ro’sa will board a spaceship, leaving her home on Minjet to be with her betrothed on Earth. The only problem is, she detests the prince’s selfish and arrogant ways, preferring to spend time with his personal aide, a man who stirs her desires in ways she never imagined possible with his radiant blue eyes and smouldering lips. And oh, the way he touches her.

Earth’s post-apocalyptic landscape offers little but the alliance offers much and a princess must do her duty, no matter the danger to her person and to her heart.

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Excerpt:

Chapter One

“Trade places with me.” Sweat poured down Prince Deion’s face. He’d never been more nervous in his life. Or maybe he’d caught a virus before flying to Minjet.

“What do you mean trade places?” Cyrus, his personal aide and friend, grabbed the nylon across his chest. “We’re strapped in because we’re landing soon. I can’t exactly get out of my seat right now.”

“No.” Deion released a heavy breath, wiping his forehead. “That’s not what I mean. I want you to take my place during the ceremony this evening. I don’t think I’m in any condition to meet the princess.”

“You’re kidding. What, are you afraid she’s beastly looking?”

“No!” He cringed. The women he’d met from Minjet had all been stunning diamonds sparkling is a solar system of rust and decay. “I have the stomach flu. Or the worst case of nerves ever. I just need you to sit in my place at dinner tonight.”

“And what do you want me to tell the royal family? That you think you’re sick?”

“Make something up.” Deion swallowed the bile burning his throat. “I feel like shit.”

“It’s fucked up that you’re so sick the day you’re to meet your future wife.”

“Yeah, fucked up is exactly how I’m feeling right now.” If his kingdom wasn’t depending on him to unite their planets and garner help, he would turn around and head home, but the last war on Earth had destroyed almost everything. Those who’d survived had turned to the stars for help, sure other life existed, and they’d found it. A whole lot more than anyone had ever expected. One hundred years later, the year of his birth, Earth was invited to join the Galactic Confederacy. To show Earth’s commitment, Deion’s parents had agreed to a prearranged marriage for him, to a female they’d never met from another star system. Deion and Princess Ro’sa had now reached their twenty-first year, and he’d been sent to meet her and her parents before bringing her home to marry. A lifetime commitment. His dedication to the unknown girl had begun long ago when his father told him of his betrothal, but that didn’t mean he would instantly love the princess. Maybe he never would. What a horrible life that would be.

“Okay then, but I want to wear the crown and robe today. It may be my only chance,” Cyrus said.

“Whatever.” Closing his eyes, Deion concentrated on breathing. In through the nose and out through the mouth. Whatever it took to keep the contents of his stomach from greeting the royal family.

About the author:

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Jessica E. Subject is the author of contemporary and science fiction romance, ranging from sweet to erotica. In her stories, you could meet clones, or a sexy alien or two. You may even be transported to another planet for a romantic rendezvous.

When Jessica isn’t reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk. Fast. But she just may slow down if there is a waterfall nearby.

Jessica lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two energetic children. And she loves to hear from her readers. You can find her at jessicasubject.com and on twitter @jsubject.

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The Star Princess tour

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Collect the words from each stop during THE STAR PRINCESS tour. (5 stops week 1, 6 stops week 2) Put the words together to make a phrase and enter it into the Rafflecopter draw to gain ten entries into the draw. There is one phrase for each week of the tour. There are other ways to enter on the Rafflecopter widget as well.

Contest is international, but no substitutions of listed prizes will be made. Must be 18 or older to enter. Void where prohibited by law. Good luck!

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Be sure to follow the rest of the tour to collect all the words in the special phrases! Each phrase earns extra points in the Rafflecopter draw.

December 1 – Taryn Kincaid – http://dreamvoyagers.blogspot.com

December 2 – Cara Bristol – http://carabristol.com/

December 3 – Kacey Hammell – http://www.kaceyhammell.com/

December 4 – Erotica For All – http://eroticaforall.co.uk/

December 5 – Sara Daniel – http://saradanielromance.blogspot.com/

December 8 – For the Love of Bookends – http://loveofbookends.blogspot.com/

December 9 – Renea Mason (stop 1) – http://reneamason.com/

December 9 – Lea Bronsen (stop 2) – http://www.leabronsen.com/in-the-spotlight/

December 10 – Hawt Reads & Dirty Talk – http://hawt-reads.com/

December 11 – Eva Lefoy – https://writery.wordpress.com/

December 12 – Kelsey’s Corner Time – http://kelseyscornertime.blogspot.com/

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