How dare they treat her like this? She is a princess.
But now she is kidnapped and lying bound on a dirt floor.
Her father will declare war.
He will send an army...
But her father is not coming for her or her sisters.
No one is.
It's up to Rani, the Princess of Pushkar.
Rani and her sisters are kidnapped and destined to marry a sickly prince whose ruthless mother would rather see them dead than outlive her son. Only Rani, arrogant and fiercely independent, can rescue her sisters, but will they ever escape from the shadow of Queen Kriti's palace?
J. A. Simpson is an author and teacher. At sixteen years of age she discovered a book on the life of Buddha and consequently became intrigued by India; its myriad philosophies, stories and peoples. Since then she has travelled to India ten times and is hoping for ten times more. J.A. Simpson and her husband have a wonderful family and live in Melbourne's rural outskirts.