Running from the Throne

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Princess Armenia is against her family. Sure, she is a Princess, and will one day rule Arscellia. But, Princess Armenia doesn't want that. She knows what being a ruler can do to you--she's seen it with her own eyes. Her mother, Queen Lyverina, was a wonderful, respectful, understanding, and selfless woman before she stepped up to the throne. And now, all that is gone. A horrid, arrogant, cruel, and unsympathetic monster has replaced her. She may be just as beautiful on the outside, but on the inside, she is hollow and hideous.

Princess Armenia is sick of the way her mother urges her to dress her best and never, ever communicate with the commoners in the villages they visit. She is tired of the fancy dresses, the "Rules of Being a Proper and Lady-Like Queen", the jewels, and the treatment. The treatment, especially. The one thing Princess Armenia wants most is to live life on a much simpler, less fancy level. She wants to be a commoner, one that everybody treats normally and doesn't get the words, "Look, it's the Princess!" shouted at her whenever she is in the village.

So, when an accident occurs at the Palace, and Princess Armenia is framed, she might just get that chance to be a commoner, to protect herself.

But one young man just might ruin her chances of surviving the Royal Family's--her family's--wrath.

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Running from the Throne

Princess Armenia is against her family. Sure, she is a Princess, and will one day rule Arscellia. But, Princess Armenia doesn't want that. She knows what being a ruler can do to you--she's seen it with her own eyes. Her mother, Queen Lyverina, was a wonderful, respectful, understanding, and selfless woman before she stepped up to the throne. And now, all that is gone. A horrid, arrogant, cruel, and unsympathetic monster has replaced her. She may be just as beautiful on the outside, but on the inside, she is hollow and hideous.

Princess Armenia is sick of the way her mother urges her to dress her best and never, ever communicate with the commoners in the villages they visit. She is tired of the fancy dresses, the "Rules of Being a Proper and Lady-Like Queen", the jewels, and the treatment. The treatment, especially. The one thing Princess Armenia wants most is to live life on a much simpler, less fancy level. She wants to be a commoner, one that everybody treats normally and doesn't get the words, "Look, it's the Princess!" shouted at her whenever she is in the village.

So, when an accident occurs at the Palace, and Princess Armenia is framed, she might just get that chance to be a commoner, to protect herself.

But one young man just might ruin her chances of surviving the Royal Family's--her family's--wrath. Read Chapter