Wednesday, June 9, 2010
By Gail Carson Levine
ROMANTIC AFFAIRS ***
This is a really sweet book. It's very clean, and really good!
Aza is ugly. She is big-boned, pale as chalk. Her eyes are too blue, and her lips are too red. Abandoned in a Inn room as a baby, she has never known her true parents, or where she came from. Villagers whisper that she is half-ogre. When Aza is invited to the King's wedding, she offered the opportunity to serve the new Queen, Ivy. There she meets the charming Prince. When she is falsely accused, can Aza use her looks as a advantage to save herself from treachery?