Published by: Swoon Reads
Publication date: January 21st 2020
Genres: Retelling, Science Fiction, Young Adult
A princess fleeing an arranged marriage teams up with a snarky commoner to foil a rebel plot in B. R. Myers’ Rogue Princess, a gender-swapped sci-fi YA retelling of Cinderella.
Princess Delia knows her duty: She must choose a prince to marry in order to secure an alliance and save her failing planet. Yet she secretly dreams of true love, and feels there must be a better way. Determined to chart her own course, she steals a spaceship to avoid the marriage, only to discover a handsome stowaway.
All Aidan wanted was to “borrow” a few palace trinkets to help him get off the planet. Okay, so maybe escaping on a royal ship wasn’t the smartest plan, but he never expected to be kidnapped by a runaway princess!
Sparks fly as this headstrong princess and clever thief battle wits, but everything changes when they inadvertently uncover a rebel conspiracy that could destroy their planet forever.
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B.R. Myers spent most of her teen years behind the covers of Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, and Lois Duncan. When she’s not putting her characters in awkward situations she works as a registered nurse. A member of the Writer’s Federation of Nova Scotia, she lives in Halifax with her husband and their two children.
Review of Rogue Princess
Review (4.5 Stars): This was a fun, delightful adventure that had me at the edge of my seat. I loved Delia and Aidan together as they fought to protect the planet and achieve their dreams. Delia was such a strong, smart character and you could see that she wasn’t going to follow what her family had planned for her and meeting Aidan was her chance at something different. One of my favorites this year.
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Thanks for this captivating and unique feature and giveaway. The author is very talented and creative. I enjoyed learning about her writing and reading interests which are similar to mine. Interesting as well that she is Canadian as am I.
This sounds like a fun read with good characterization, too! Thanks for being on the tour! 🙂