Maddened by grief over his late queen, king Tobald decides to wed their only daughter Lotte, the only female resembling her. Having failed to put him off by exorbitant demands, she puts on ...
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To a wicked queen's despair, her hunting-fond heir, prince Himmelbalu ('sky blue' in German), turns down every eligible aristocrat. Desperate, she turns to a witch imprisoned under the ... See full summary »
Ruby O. Fee,
After even years loyally serving a colonial wares merchant, gold-honest, gullible optimist Hans follows the call of the sea, back to his coastal home and gets paid generously by his master ... See full summary »
On a flight home to Chicago for a family wedding, childhood friends Josh and Molly innocently agree to fake a wedding engagement to make Josh's dying father happy. Things quickly get out of... See full summary »
Daniel J. Travanti
Maddened by grief over his late queen, king Tobald decides to wed their only daughter Lotte, the only female resembling her. Having failed to put him off by exorbitant demands, she puts on the unique cloak made of all fur types in the realm and flees over the border, carrying only her mother's three-party golden seduction kit and the king's miniaturized gifts while posing as a poor girl. Hunting, king Jacob finds her and orders her into court chef Mathis's scullery. He appreciates her zeal and culinary talents, helping him put the best dishes ever before the king, who is determined to find out about the gastronomic phenomenon, yet she makes that difficult.Written by