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Princess Maritza

Percy James Brebner

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .not move until they had crossed the vestibule, and when they separated she followed Lord Cloverton.

Desmond Ellerey met her and found her in a gracious mood.

"Have I quite pardoned you for mistaking me for another woman that night in the Altstrasse?" she said gayly.

"I hope so; indeed, I thought so."

"I am sorry. I ought to have reserved some of my displeasure."


"So that I might demand a favor."

"You have but to demand, Countess."

"Then stay with me and keep me near Lord Cloverton," she said.

"What! Has he incurred your displeasure, too?"

"Must I give reasons for my demand?"


"Then you trust me?"

"As I would trust any woman."

For a moment she seemed satisfied, and then she turned towar. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Just okay, a time-filler of a book where everyone respects their enemies, people can be awful sexist, and those darn foreigners you have to watch out for.

Desmond Ellery is a disgraced English soldier who on a walk one day meets the young Princess Maritza, playing truant from the finishing school she

In this tale of courtly intrigue, Percy James Brebner's hero is an English expatriot living in an invented land. Through chance, Ellerey (the hero of the tale) meets Princess Maritza while still living in England. She tells him her tale of woe: she has been banished from her kingdom of Wallaria and

I've read this book more than once and have loved it both times. I HIGHLY recommend it!!! :)

I'm not sure why I kept trudging through this book. The first half was confusing and slow going. The point of view would also change in the same chapter in the next paragraph adding to my confusion. Once I figured out what was going on (about halfway through) the story started to pick up. You figure

fantastic book if you like political drama of the archaic variety and honor etc mixed in with romance