by Anna Del C. Dye
Once Upon Two Kingdoms by Anna Del C. Dye is a medieval romance that touches the heart. At a young age both Princess Elizabeth and Prince Patrick were arranged to be married. They both grew up without this knowledge and dreamed of one day finding love. After the news if delivered to them, both royals are upset and run away into the mountains. While all of this is being revealed, there is a force working within the two kingdoms to take town the royals and stop the arranged marriage from occurring. Both Patrick and Elizabeth meet under aliases and fall for each other unknowingly. When they return to their kingdoms they learn of the threat against them and must try to stop it along side their staff. Both still struggle with the want to find love, rather than being bound to the decisions that had been made for them so long ago.
Once Upon Two Kingdoms is a good story to read, though the plot does seem a bit familiar from other fairy tales. Both Patrick and Elizabeth were fun characters to read and see them slowly fall in love without knowing it. If you are looking for a medieval romance, this would be a good book for you to check out. I am giving this book 3.5 stars. It had good characters and romance, but the plot could have had more.