This week I'm featuring Heart of a Royal (Daughters of Peverell #1) by Hannah Currie. It's a really cute fairytale-ish YA romance.
About the Book
Brought to the palace as a newborn, the royal life bestowed upon Mackenna Sparrow was never meant to last forever. With Princess Alina engaged to be married, Mackenna's presence as companion is no longer required and, like it or not, she must return to the birthright which should have been hers - that of a commoner. But not everyone at the palace wants her gone. When the truths she’s based her life on start crumbling as fast as her future, will she find the courage to trust, both herself and the prince she’s fallen in love with?
If mortification could kill, I'd be six feet under. And Nurse Kristiann over in the corner would probably still be trying to hide her laughter at the funeral.
A tree branch flew past us, followed quickly by a fence paling. I closed my eyes, not wanting to see what came next. The last time I'd come across this field, it had been covered with purple wildflowers. Today, they were all gone. Every single one of them. The wind had taken them prisoner the same way it was threatening to take us.
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Do you think that overall work morale would be improved by having a "book lunch", sponsored by the company, at least once a month, or perhaps once a week? (Participation would be voluntary.)
That could be a neat idea and would definitely boost my morale.
What have you been reading lately?