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Princess and the Ploughman

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Princess and the Ploughman by Florence Morse Kingsley is a delightful tale of love, duty, and class differences set in medieval England. The story follows Princess Alix, a young royal who longs for a life of freedom and adventure outside the confines of her castle walls. When she meets Robin, a humble ploughman with a heart of gold, she is drawn to his simplicity and sincerity.

As their unlikely friendship blossoms into something more, Alix is forced to confront the expectations placed upon her as a princess and the societal barriers that separate her from Robin. Kingsley does a wonderful job of exploring the complexities of love and social standing in a time when such distinctions were rigidly enforced.

The characters are well-developed and the story is engaging, with plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader hooked until the very end. Overall, Princess and the Ploughman is a heartwarming tale that reminds us that love knows no bounds, and that true happiness can be found in unexpected places.

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On the surface, Mary is the typical literary heroine: Beautiful, animated, and accomplished. She will be rich, too, when she inherits her aunt's large fortune. There is only one problem: Mary is required to marry before her twenty-third birthday or her inheritance will be forfeited... and she is already violently in love with her girlfriend, Felice.

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