A Vengeful Reflection: The Story Of Princess Elise

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Author House, Dec 19, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 64 pages
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Princess Elises’ life of fashion would change forever once her eyes met that of a stranger. Prince Caxium became angry when he found out that the Princess was confiding in the only man he felt threatened by. His name was Boss and he had a secret. Prince Caxium had to stop him from seeking the hand of his promised bride. Time was running out and the Princess was now referring to Prince Caxium as a walking time bomb. Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock. A dash of deceit, a mixture of lies, a cup of murder with a twist of fate prove to be a volatile unhappy ending.
 

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Contents

Chapter One PRINCE CAXIUM
1
Chapter Two PRINCESS ELISE
5
Chapter Three THE SHOW
12
Chapter Four INFORMATION
19
Chapter Five THE KING
22
Chapter Six BOSS
25
Chapter Seven WEDDING NEWS
31
Chapter Eight THE TRUTH
35
Chapter Nine FREEDOM
38
Chapter Ten ITS TIME
44
Epilogue
48
Conclusion
50
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PRINCE CAXIUM - A Killing Spring Dyanna Wooten is recognized in her community as the fashion guru and go-to person for all things fashion. She's lived in Phoenix, Arizona since 1999 and enjoys traveling, shopping, award shows, her record label, her fashion business and writing. Having started a website specifically designed to assist women who need answers to fashion crisis questions, she also speaks at women's conferences around the world discussing fashion dilemmas, faux pas and what if's. She talks about everything from what to wear to a barbeque to what to wear to the golf course, when you're not golfing. She began writing on fashion and design during her time at home with her toddler in 2006. As a stay-at-home mom and running and entertainment company, Dyanna found herself enthralled in fashion, designers, fashion shows, fashion protocol and always being ready, from the time you step outside your door. By 2008 Dyanna embarked on the Royal Black story based on older daughter then 19 years old opening a men and women's retail clothing boutique called Royale Noire. The store was regally decorated in black marble, gold silks and knights. The damsels were very pretty sales people like little princesses and the guys were handsome knights. The store inspired a story of royalty that took on a life of it's own. Here again, fashion evolves. Her daughter took her senior year to design her own clothing line, so Wooten opened the Sweet Shop Sample House, the first fashion sample house in Phoenix, to sew and design not only for her daughter's fashion collection but collections for local band members, vocalists, individuals with size or shape challenges and future fashionistas. In late 2010, Wooten became the first fashion contributor for the Ahwatukee Foothills Newspaper (AFN) in Phoenix, Arizona under the pseudo name, "On Fashion." Not wanting direct recognition, Wooten remained anonymous to provide fashion news about her community and surrounding area. Dyanna is still the only fashion contributor for AFN.

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