Enchant Me, Layla The Princess Who Risked Her Life
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When Queen Farah is executed and the successive royal brides of the city of Persepolis seem to vanish without a trace, it is up to Layla to solve the mystery and save the lives of future brides. Fearing for her own life should the King choose her for his next Queen, she devises an ingenious solution that enthralls the King while she attempts to unravel the royal mystery...From L. M. Roth, author of The Princess Who...series, The Quest for the Kingdom series, and A Star in the Darkness Esther and the King of Persia, comes a tale of intrigue, mystery, and romance. An amalgamation of 1,001 Nights and the Biblical book of Esther that transports the reader to the mysterious and exotic land of Persia. Will Layla succeed where the others have failed? Or will she become another victim who vanishes without a trace?Enchant Me, Layla The Princess Who Risked Her Life is Volume 5 in The Princess Who... series, a collection of stand alone romantic fairy tales written for modern Princesses. Books in the series contain Volume 1 Arise My Love the Princess Who Fell Asleep, Volume 2 Beware My Lady the Princess Who Would Not Wed, Volume 3 Come Back My Lord the Princess Who Loved Too Much, Volume 4 Dare Not My Liege the Princess Who Passed the Test, and Volume 5 Enchant Me, Layla the Princess Who Risked Her Life.

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