Monday, December 1, 2014

Jessica Subject's THE STAR PRINCESS


THE STAR PRINCESS

A Beyond Fairytales story


By Jessica E. Subject


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In one week, Princess Ro’sa will board a spaceship, leaving her home on Minjet to be with her betrothed on Earth. The only problem is, she detests the prince’s selfish and arrogant ways, preferring to spend time with his personal aide, a man who stirs her desires in ways she never imagined possible with his radiant blue eyes and smouldering lips. And oh, the way he touches her.
Earth’s post-apocalyptic landscape offers little but the alliance offers much and a princess must do her duty, no matter the danger to her person and to her heart.

Prologue
As the sun sets below the horizon, an old man sits on a wooden bench at the edge of the park. Behind him lies the lush Turtle Pond Woods, where the flora grows so thick it is difficult to trek through without carving one’s own path. In front of the man, a crowd gathers as if he has called them there to reveal a momentous secret.
The man with the long, gray beard and feet dangling above the ground is a collector of stories. Dressed in woolen green britches and a red shirt, he is ready to tell his tale.
He opens his eyes, enhancing the wrinkles on his face. The people hush, waiting for him to speak, but he remains silent, instead banging a long steel pipe on the ground. Upon the third tap, fireworks burst into the sky behind him. Gold rains on the crowd, resembling coins rather than sparks of light. It is nothing more than an illusion by the master storyteller. The man raises his hands in the air, and the people quiet once more, settling in front of him.
With his electric-blue pet tarantula in his lap, the man speaks. “I am Nicodemus, and I have a tale to tell you, a futuristic story of love and mistaken identity. You may have heard of The Star Money by the Brothers Grimm. But in my version, the little girl was not so little, and she was not born on Earth but arrived here from a planet far, far away.
“So, this evening, for your listening pleasure, I give you The Star Princess.
“Once upon a time, there was a young woman named Ro’sa Ka. Though princess of Minjet of the Mintakan solar system, she would soon leave the star system with her betrothed, a man she’d never met, destined to marry and live on Earth. As nervous as she was about the union, the prince arrived on the planet in far worse condition....”

About the author:

Jessica E. Subject is the author of contemporary and science fiction romance, ranging from sweet to erotica. In her stories, you could meet clones, or a sexy alien or two. You may even be transported to another planet for a romantic rendezvous.

When Jessica isn't reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk. Fast. But she just may slow down if there is a waterfall nearby.

Jessica lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two energetic children. And she loves to hear from her readers. You can find her at jessicasubject.com and on twitter @jsubject.

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Collect the words from each stop during THE STAR PRINCESS tour. (5 stops week 1, 6 stops week 2) Put the words together to make a phrase and enter it into the Rafflecopter draw to gain ten entries into the draw. There is one phrase for each week of the tour. There are other ways to enter on the Rafflecopter widget as well.

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Be sure to follow the rest of the tour to collect all the words in the special phrases! Each phrase earns extra points in the Rafflecopter draw.


December 1 – Taryn Kincaid – http://dreamvoyagers.blogspot.com

December 2 – Cara Bristol– http://carabristol.com
December 3 – Kacey Hammell – http://www.kaceyhammell.com
December 4 – Erotica For All – http://eroticaforall.co.uk
December 5 – Sara Daniel – http://saradanielromance.blogspot.com
December 8 – For the Love of Bookends – http://loveofbookends.blogspot.com
December 9 – Renea Mason (stop 1) – http://reneamason.com
December 9 – Lea Bronsen (stop 2) – http://www.leabronsen.com/in-the-spotlight
December 10 – Hawt Reads & Dirty Talk – http://hawt-reads.com
December 11 – Eva Lefoy – https://writery.wordpress.com
December 12 – Kelsey’s Corner Time – http://kelseyscornertime.blogspot.com


9 comments:

Laurel Lasky said...

My favorite fairy story is The 12 Dancing Princess 's

Jessica E. Subject said...

Thank you so much for hosting me today, Taryn! :)

Jessica E. Subject said...

Nice choice, Laurel! Thanks for stopping by. :)

Taryn Kincaid said...

Welcome, Jess! Happy to have you back again!

Anonymous said...

I always liked THE FROG PRINCE!

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Jessica E. Subject said...

YES! I can think of so many ways to write The Frog Prince as an alien romance. :)

Elena Lim said...

Beauty and the Beast. <3

Rhianna of RhiReading said...

East of the Sun, West of the Moon is my favorite!

Jessica E. Subject said...

Two more great fairy tales that would make excellent alien romances. Thank you , Elena and Rhianna! :-)

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