The Last Princess

· BHC Press
5 reviews

About this ebook

Northumbria, 866 AD

Edith still has much to learn about the art of ruling a kingdom, but when her parents, sisters, and mentor are murdered, she is faced with the much harder challenge of staying alive long enough to get her revenge. 

As a girl in Anglo-Saxon England, Edith finds it hard to be heard above the Eldermen who are ripping the kingdom to pieces. She finds allies in the unexpected, and enemies closer to home, but nothing can prepare her for the arrival of the Vikings.

Torn from her homeland and sold into slavery, she is determined to survive at any cost. Edith clings to her dream of returning home one day to claim her throne. 

As she builds friendships and finds love in a foreign world, she starts to believe in a better tomorrow until someone from her past arrives with a devastating revelation.

Can she do what must be done? And will the Vikings let her leave?

Ratings and reviews

5 reviews
Third-party review
Set in the middle ages, Edith is the only survivor when her family is murdered. Her uncle swoops in and takes the throne away from her. When Edith is sold into slavery, she ends up with the Vikings ...
Third-party review
Our heroine is an English princess whose family is murdered by her uncle so he could steal the throne. Then she is kidnapped and sold into slavery. Viking raiders buy her and she befriends them ...
Third-party review
I received this book through LibraryThing's Early Reviewers. "The Last Princess" tells the story of a Saxon princess kidnapped into slavery after the murder of her family and her conversion into a ...

About the author

Shelley Wilson is an English author of motivational self-help titles and young adult fantasy fiction.

Her practical side writes non-fiction books to inspire you to survive and thrive, and her playful side writes young adult fiction to remind you that magic exists.

Shelley lives in the West Midlands with her three children and a crazy black cat called Luna. She is obsessed with vampires, Tudor and Viking history, and exploring castles.

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