Pippa of Lauramore


Act like a lady. Don’t swim in the waterfall. And whatever you do, never steal into the woods for a romantic, moonlit ride.

When a princess turns eighteen, she is not supposed to sneak away from her own birthday celebration with the first handsome prince she meets. But Pippa is not just any princess, and there is nothing she enjoys more than a moonlit ride through the woods. Only one thing could ruin a beautiful evening under the stars with Galinor, the dark-haired, blue-eyed prince of Glendon—and that’s her father tracking her down.

When King Ewan catches Pippa, he orders her to spend twelve days of confinement in the castle. This is an inconvenience for the princess, considering thirty princes and lords have come from all across the Kingdoms of Elden to fight in a tournament for her hand in marriage. Not willing to stand idly by while her fate is being decided, Pippa enlists the help of her childhood friend Archer, master archer of the kingdom. Together they make a pact to do everything in their power to ensure Galinor’s victory in the tournament.

But as the events progress and the stakes get higher and higher, Pippa and Archer are forced to not only confront marauding bandits, angry dragons, and King Ewan’s wrath, but also the growing attraction between them…

7 thoughts on “Pippa of Lauramore”

  1. I’m so glad I got to be your beta reader. The book is good,and with the few tweaks will be wonderful. I’m impressed with your writing and loved the way the story was written, even when it made me tear up.


  2. I read Pippa of Lauramore (Book 1) with excitement and was not let down. I am always into a good princess/love story. I was intrigued with the story line and read it in two days. I just couldn’t put it down. Once I did put it down for the night I laid there wondering what will happen next and contemplated the options.

    This was a very well written book, obviously a lot of time and effort went into making it. The author writes with intelligent and exquisite details. It was so detailed, I could play it out in my head as if I were watching it in a movie.

    I can’t wait to read the next in the series. I have to know what’s next!

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