Welcome to my blog tour stop for
Ava: Princess of Fairy Grove.
I’m so happy to have Brittany Weddle joining us today!
Me: Hello, Brittany!
Brittany: Hi everyone!
First off, I would just like to thank Henrietta for being a part of my blog tour.
Ava: Princess of Fairy Grove is book one in the Ava Chronicles.
I hope everyone will like what I’m about to share…
Let’s get started, shall we?
Ava might be a princess, but she’d rather be doing just about anything else when it comes to her studies. From time to time, she’d even go against her parents’ rules! When her parents learn that she hasn’t been showing up for her lessons, they’re shocked to find out what she’s really been up to. Follow Ava along her journey to what it truly means to be a princess in book one in the Ava Chronicles.
Ava: Princess of Fairy Grove
By Brittany Weddle
Ava was fascinated with everything that had to do with humans. The way they dressed, the way they walked, and the way they got around without having the ability to fly. Every time she came there, she was tempted to get a better look by flying to the edge, and hiding in a bush to get a better look at them. But no matter how strong the temptation was, she would never risk the wellbeing of her people. All too often, she wished to be like others of her kind, wished to be normal, but she never forgot that she was a princess and that someday the throne would be hers and she would be the one to tell her children to be mindful of the rules, just like her parents have always been telling her to be.
Ava lowered herself onto her stomach and inched her way along the branch until she got to the edge to get a better look on the town below. When she was in position, she propped her head on her hands and sighed. There was no doubt in her mind that life didn’t get any better than this.
Ava didn’t know how long she had been there. It could have been minutes or hours and she wouldn’t have known the difference. She was so engrossed in her watching that she didn’t hear the drum of fairy wings overhead or hear the rustling of leaves behind her and when a hand landed lightly on her shoulder, she screamed and nearly fell out of the tree and would have if the hand hadn’t clamped down on her shoulder.
Ava quickly got to her feet and spun around to see George, the Captain of the Royal Guard. “What are you doing here?” She demanded.
George ignored her question and stood at attention like he always did when being spoken to by anyone from the Royal Family and so did the other three guards with him.
“Princess, your presence is required back at the Palace.”
Ava cocked her head to one side. “You didn’t answer my question. How did you know to look for me here?” She swept her arm out to indicate the tree.
The corners of George’s mouth quirked up. “Miss Fiona knows you well.” He held out a hand. “Time to go.”
Resigned, Ava slowly began walking and followed them out of the tree.
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