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Review:1917farmgirl says:
Wow, that was intense! I can honestly see the view point of both Carolyn and her father. And I think it would be very hard to be the father of someone who was your child, but also your ruler.

I really, really, loved Chancellor Evans stepping in-between them, though. What she said was EXACTLY what I was thinking. And of course, no one thought to ask Marielle what she thought.

I know I have barely seen anything of her, but I really also like Marielle. She's cute and sweet and I love the relationship you've hinted at between the sisters - the way Marielle just bounced into Carolyn's office like a little siter would, uncaring that her sister is also the queen.

This is a really good start and I hope you continue writing it. Again, can't wait to see how George gets thrown into this mix.

Author's Response: Hello again!
Yes, I do believe Carolyn's father would find it difficult to deal with the fact that his daughter, not only doubles as his ruler, but doesn't even have the same last name. Remember, he wasn't an Avalynian until he married Carolyn's mom, so now he's in a country he wasn't born in, his wife is dead, his daughter's a queen and his other daughter is now something called a witch? This guy is in serious need of a massage.
As for Chancellor Evans, well, she's needed as a mediator because, honestly, do you see Carolyn having a level head at all times?
Now for Marielle. Don't you though? She's so cute and tiny and sweet, but I'll have to warn you, she's got a bite in later chapters.
And yes, that does mean I'll continue writing (I'm already done with Chapter 6!), of course.
As for George, I'm sorry to say he doesn't feature for the first few chapters, but as soon as he is, he is featured heavily.
Thanks so much again!

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