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Briette

Briette Briette never asked for any of this She wasn t meant to be a princess She refuses to wear a crown doesn t care for fancy dresses and going to balls is a punishment If she hadn t been adopted by the

  • Title: Briette
  • Author: Anita Valle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 452
  • Format: ebook
  • Briette never asked for any of this She wasn t meant to be a princess She refuses to wear a crown, doesn t care for fancy dresses, and going to balls is a punishment If she hadn t been adopted by the king, none of this would have happened.Then she discovers that the Duke of Merridell is in need of a chambermaid And though it seems crazy, Briette decides to disguise herBriette never asked for any of this She wasn t meant to be a princess She refuses to wear a crown, doesn t care for fancy dresses, and going to balls is a punishment If she hadn t been adopted by the king, none of this would have happened.Then she discovers that the Duke of Merridell is in need of a chambermaid And though it seems crazy, Briette decides to disguise herself as a servant and take the position It will give her a chance to try life as a commoner, a life where she can be invisible She doesn t tell a single soul, not even her eight sisters.But as Briette adjusts to heavy chores, rude remarks, and prickly straw beds, she is shocked to learn that someone else is working under cover And his plans are much sinister Further, she is troubled by a haunting dream that seems to come from her childhood All Briette wanted was a vacation from being a princess But if she doesn t act soon, she may never be a princess again.

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    1. Age: 11+Plot: 5 starsCharacters: 4.5 starsWriting: 4.5 starsOverall: 4 starsMy Review: This addition to the Nine Princesses Novellas kept me on my toes in anticipation. This one probably had the most plot twists of any of them. (view spoiler)[ Like when you find out that Gerda is really Briette's mother(hide spoiler)](view spoiler)[ and that Briette has a twin sister(hide spoiler)]. The only reason I took off a star was because I missed the princessy bits and the romance. I get that Briette does [...]

    2. Briette is the fourth book in The Nine Princesses Novella series and is the darkest of them so far. I struggled to get into it at the beginning mainly because me and Briette are totally different people. This book had lots of twists but I did miss the romance in this book, but then again it wouldn’t have fitted Briette’s character. I was surprised that the thief story line was not mentioned in this book. Briette is a rational character, who is calculating, logical and a perfectionist. I am l [...]

    3. This was the fourth book in the Nine Princesses novellas series. I liked Briette. She took a little time to get used to, more so than the first three did for me, I think. But she grew into her character and I liked that about her. I could see her develop through her story, which was interesting, for sure. I liked the plot and I found the characters lovely. I am, as always, anxious to see more of these girls and their story!

    4. I can't get enough of this series. I'm so happy that I started it a few months ago, but now that I'm finished with Briette, I have to wait for the next oneI'll try to be patient. This novel was just as brilliantly written as the first three, though I did notice a few more typing errors here and there. Although I loved the story, I did find it more difficult to connect with Briette, but I think that is due largely to the fact that I am more of an emotional person, whereas she is far more logical. [...]

    5. Fantastic!I'm an adult that prefers YA reading for leisure. This was excellent. If you enjoy rich characters, especially female ones, and interesting plot lines, give this series a go.

    6. Princess Novella #4. Briette is the Princess of cleaningwell Chamber Princess but I think Cleaning sounds better.I had high hope for this one as the last novella seemed much better but alasNOPE! Just so obviously predictable in every respect and ridiculous.Briette feels unfulfilled as a Princess and wants to know what life out side royal status would be. She hires herself out to a nobleman to be a maid. Ofcourse the staff all come to love her and her hard working self even if once in a while she [...]

    7. This is the most ridiculous series. There are 9 pretend princesses. They are really peasants adopted by the dead king and Queen. They have no power. They have no influence. They have no servants. They have no guards. The only thing they have is endless money, rooms of royal treasure. Why do they have money when they have no one to protect it or them? Anyone could steal it. No one respects them. None of them can be crowned queen until they turn 20 and their adopted uncle the high king hates them [...]

    8. I'll be honest, I did not enjoy this one as much as the others. Personally, I felt like Briette was quite a selfish princess, and I really didn't understand her character until the end of the book, which is disappointing. Briette is longing for something more in life, a something she can't name but she knows she's incomplete without it. She blames her title, and I think she assumes she wasn't meant for the princess life. Therefore she decides to deceive her family, and mind you it was probably a [...]

    9. Briette took me several months to finish because of the way I read this book. I often read it on my phone while I was waiting for children to go to sleep during naptime. I really enjoyed Briette and I think this novel takes place as my new favorite in the series behind Maelyn. Maelyn and Coralina's novel were just stories and seem very superficial after I see how much this author has grown through her novels about Heidel and Briette. Briette story was deep with twists and turns and it ended up h [...]

    10. Fun classic booksI love The Nine Princesses series. They are a fun read. I really enjoy getting to know each of the princesses and going on an adventure with them. Each one of them are very unique from the others but they are all one big family. I would recommend these books to any age. There is nothing offensive or scary in any of them. That is part of what makes them great books.

    11. This is a Sweet Series That Just Keeps Getting FunnerI started this series because I was bored, and quickly found myself buying all the ones in the series. This particular one offered not only adventure, but intrigued and a great mystery. Simply sweet and delightful.

    12. GoodI am really enjoying this series. I can't wait until the next book comes out!!! Bree might be one of my favorite princesses!

    13. started slow. I did not like the princess in the beginning. at the end the book finally took off and i enjoyed it. took a lot longer to read this one.

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