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Carved in Crystal

Cynthia Monica

Story about:
kingdom, prince, royalty

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Rating:
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13 15 2730

Ranking:
#10 in Romantic suspense
#6 in Romantic fantasy


Ongoing: 15 Jun 43 pages

Publication: 30.05.2019 — ...


Description of the story "Carved in Crystal"

​Princess Liliya of the Low Creedite Lands is sent to the Crystal High Lands for a potential chance at marriage with one of the High Princes. As one of the lowest kingdoms, the Creedite Lands are in desperate need of support from neighbor kingdoms. A marriage like this could provide such support. However, it isn’t such an easy task as Liliya has other princesses to compete with for the hearts of the princes.

Prince Daneel seems to take pleasure in the attention, though he doesn’t seem to take a liking to any of them in particular. Prince Lian is a whole other story as he is nowhere to be found for most of the day.

Perhaps it looked simpler than it actually was.

Liliya didn’t seem to realize how easy it really was to win one's heart as she did it unknowingly while losing her own.

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Cristine Mendoza 19.06.2019, 21:07:19

this book is amazing !

April Knhan 06.06.2019, 12:52:05

continue

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Cynthia Monica 15.06.2019, 23:16:03

Agnieszka Jedrzejczyk-Drenda, Sorry for not replying to this comment sooner, but I've been thinking about how I could best formulate my answer to this. You see, the reason why I refer to other creatures like Fae or Winged or Elves as female or male is because to me man and woman seem like the 'human version' of the word female and male.

Let me explain. Much like you said, when referring to animals you often have within certain species a different name for the male and female. An easy example of this is are chickens. A female chicken is a hen and a male is a rooster. In this world, humans are seen as a completely different kind of species, and therefore have different namesakes for their males and females. I'm not indicating that the Fae, Elves, etc. aren't a person, I'm trying to make it clear just how different these species see themselves from the humans that they wouldn't even dare use their namesakes to refer to themselves as they think they stand above them.

I hope this makes it clearer on why I'm using male and female instead of man and woman. :)

(P.S. Chapter 20 is up on inkitt)

Daielle Blade 12.06.2019, 12:02:24

waiting for updates!!!

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Cynthia Monica 15.06.2019, 23:02:25

Daielle Blade, If you can't wait for updates, like I said in a previous comment, you can go to inkitt.com/cynthiamonica and you'll find Carved in Crystal updated to now its most recent chapter, chapter 20. :)

Kelli Callahan 10.06.2019, 11:18:27

love this story, brilliant

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Cynthia Monica 15.06.2019, 23:00:12

Kelli Callahan, Thank you, I'm happy you think so and that you're enjoying it so far :)

Agnieszka Jedrzejczyk-Drenda 09.06.2019, 00:09:22

I’ve just finished the 19th Chapter on Inkitt! Please tell me you’ve written more, I can’t wait ?

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Cynthia Monica 09.06.2019, 14:57:24

Agnieszka Jedrzejczyk-Drenda, I'm currently working on chapter 20, but I can promise you that the story is long from finished and there will be many more chapters to come.

If you download the inkitt app and make an account you can add Carved in Crystal to your reading list and get a notification as soon at it is updated :)

If not you can wait till all the chapters are uploaded on litnet and continue to follow along here.

In any case, thanks for reading! I'm really glad you enjoyed the story so much and are eager for more. It really makes me happy to hear that :D

Miri Golden 05.06.2019, 19:21:02

I wish I lived some centuries ago

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Cynthia Monica 07.06.2019, 17:22:22

Miri Golden, Honestly same, if only for the dresses they wore back then.

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