Her Majesty

Rated 4.00/5 based on 6 reviews
There is nothing wrong for a royal to fall in love. But what happens when her majesty falls for her slave?


"The blood rushed towards my face. I tried my hardest to not show my weak side to her. I kept a straight face as I reached out for her face with one hand and cupped it. "The king will kill us," I whispered.

"He'll never know,"
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Words: 2,090
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301651634
About Munazza Bangash

Munazza Bangash is a story writer, mainly short ones, but currently in the middle of writing a full-length novel in the genre of Romanticism. Her first novel, which was a fan fiction written only for practice, gained her more than 100,000 readers.

When she isn't glued to the computer screen, she's usually singing, writing songs or studying Psychology. Playing badminton or having a laugh with little kids. Cooking, or maybe trying very hard not to the the worst fashion designer.

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Review by: Jane Janey on Oct. 28, 2012 :
Wonderful story. I saw the errors as well, but all that aside this tale is really captivating. The parts of the back story that were revealed are intriguing. I'd be very interested in reading a prequel! (Hint hint!)
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Review by: Selena Faith on Oct. 27, 2012 :
Beautifully written story!
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Review by: hrhsophia on Oct. 16, 2012 :
Good effort.
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Review by: Donald White on Oct. 14, 2012 :
Ah, the tale of doomed love! Such an old, yet enduring concept. A lot of the lack of characterization can be attributed to the brevity of the work. What I liked, was the raw emotions of the lovers. And the tragedy of their love could easily be felt by the reader. There were a few terms that I am not familiar with, which could probably be removed quite easily. And perhaps a little bit of an explanation as to what draws them to one another is needed. Still, the emotions are there, and you can see that whatever has brought them together is strong.
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Review by: David Blake on Oct. 13, 2012 :
This young writer shows much promise, but there's still room for development. There are several errors in the text (I dread to think what living "in shag" means), and some repetition (more than once the princess' voice is described as 'soft yet demanding' and that this is 'a trait of Royals').
The story also didn't really make clear what the attraction was for either party. Although Calvin clearly thinks the princess is beautiful, there are references to a side of her personality he did not like. It probably needed more references to the backstory to underscore exactly how they have arrived at this climactic moment. If the reader can't understand their love, it's difficult to empathise with either of them.
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Review by: Annie Haq on Oct. 13, 2012 :
the story was very sweet. i found a few errors. i hope the writer corrects them. feels really nice to see somebody from my country here :)
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