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Review:Cannons says:
Hi there!

So I think in my other review to this story I so naively saidthat she was lucky to have control over a whole country or something like that. yeah? well guess what I totally 100% take that back now.

I really feel for her because it sounds as if she has no friends at all and all she does is paperwork and mundane things!

She seems like such a strong character though and you show how much this means to her for her sister to be able to go, that you just intensify my pity for her! I hope in future chapters she can actually just have some FUN like a normal person.

Her fathers view point is understanding as well, and I feel a bit bad that he lost his wife but it seems as if he is holding his daughters back a little bit.

It was easy to read and flowed well. I was a bit confused about 'immediately put into rush training' I didn't know if you meant that she was rushed in to training or if 'rush training' is some sort of Royal thing.

Anyway this was a real intense chapter and the transition between this one and the last was great. I can't wait to see how you move forward with this.


Author's Response: Hey hey hey!

About the take back, I thought you might say something like that :) In all reality, her best friend is her attendant Quinn (to be introduced later), closely followed by Chancellor Evans. Then Marielle.

That's why she really needed Marielle to have a different childhood because that sort of isolation was really weighing heavily on her.

And don't worry, as soon as George is introduced, she begins to have lots of fun that Chancellor Evans would *completely* disapprove of :)

Her father is just worried because his daughter's are royalty, something he was never really implicated in until he met their mother, so he doesn't really know what to do.

Rush training will be explained later, but because it isn't a spoiler, rush training is training that is rushed through, finer details overlooked because there is a time limit. In Carolyn's case, her mother had just died and she had a few more years of training to get through. That's actually why she's so different than other queens (have you met other queens? Uptight, drama queens, high-maintenance the lot of them!) - not as trained.

But thank you so much for taking the time to review this! It really means a lot to me!!!

Thank you!


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