I would recommend this book for ages twelve and up.
This book is about a girl named Petunia. She is sixteen yours old, and is the youngest of the twelve princesses of her country. She was out in the woods one day, when a band of thieves came and kidnapped her, not knowing that she was one of the princesses. Once they find out who she really is, the lead bandit Oliver decides to lead her back to her other home, not the palace. Once he leaves her there, he realizes that Petunia is in danger, and he immediately begins a plan to rescue her. Eventually the other eleven princesses (and some of their husbands: four are married, two are engaged) go to where Petunia is so that they can take her back to the palace. That is when all of the princesses get kidnapped, (the husbands manage to get away.) and are taken to a separate building. Oliver then unites with the princesses husbands, in order to get the girls back. They come up with a very delicate plan to get the girls out, but what they don’t know is that the girls are planning their own escape that might interfere with their husbands.
I absolutly loved this book! It was so good and I would recommend it for sure.
My favorite character is probably Gantsy (The oldest sisters husband). He is funny and kind.
This book has mild to no language, and minor romance. The violence is minor to medium depending on your standards. All the books have the same content.
Five out of five stars
author: Jessica Day George
Hardcover: 336 pages
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