Wings ePress

The 24-Karat King (Royal Pains) (Volume 7)

Price: $11.95
Product prices and availability are accurate as of 2018-05-26 04:21:29 MST and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on http://www.amazon.com/ at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.
Usually ships in 24 hours
CERTAIN CONTENT THAT APPEARS ON THIS SITE COMES FROM AMAZON SERVICES LLC. THIS CONTENT IS PROVIDED 'AS IS' AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE OR REMOVAL AT ANY TIME.

Reviews

We are reluctantly offering the fantastic The 24-Karat King (Royal Pains) (Volume 7) for a reduced price. Don't miss out - purchase the The 24-Karat King (Royal Pains) (Volume 7) online today!

Title Description

A flick of the wrist, an unlucky roll of the dice, and Wren’s mother loses a gamble that changes the course of the kingdom forever. Can one small, lame girl soften the hard heart of the king of Nimblick, or will his greed destroy her?

Reviews

What They Are Saying About Rising Star Roberta Olsen Major

“The Prince In The Flower Bed is smart, hip and hysterical.”

—Rob. Lauer,

award-winning playwright

“…filled with real personalities, interesting twists, imaginative details—and just the right touch of magic.”

—Rosemarie Howard,

Storyteller

“With wit and humor that will appeal to every kid and every one who ever was a kid, including those of us wishing we could be kids again, Roberta Major has woven another tale in her fairy tale series…that will leave you begging: WHERE’S THE NEXT ONE???”

—Sara V. Olds,

author of Hanne’s Farewell To Juarez

“For ‘kids’ of all ages, The Seventh Dwarf is a delightful tale that kept me smiling from cover to cover. Not unlike the immensely popular and entertaining Shrek, Dwarf takes ‘happily ever after’ a hop, skip and a jump farther, leading the child in us all on a merry romp through ‘what if’.”

—Pam Ripling,

author of LOCKER SHOCK!

 

About the author

Meet Roberta Olsen Major

Roberta Olsen Major wore out two toy typewriters as a child before her parents decided it would be more frugal to provide her with the real thing. Throughout junior high and high school, she used two fingers to tap out lurid, angst-filled stories peopled with impossibly beautiful characters speaking highly improbable dialogue.

After earning a BA from Brigham Young University, she worked as a librarian in sensible shoes, before switching her Major to the care and feeding of a scientific husband and two charming children.

A published playwright and reviewer of children’s books, she now lives in Texas, where she collects dust, gets taken for daily walks by her faithful Schnauzers, and is, as always, working on her next book.

 

Write a Review