The CrownBook - 2016 | First edition.
Kiera Cass's #1 New York Times bestselling Selection series has captured the hearts of readers from its very first page. Now the end of the journey is here. Prepare to be swept off your feet by The Crown--the eagerly awaited, wonderfully romantic fifth and final book in the Selection series.
In The Heir, a new era dawned in the world of The Selection. Twenty years have passed since America Singer and Prince Maxon fell in love, and their daughter is the first princess to hold a Selection of her own.
Eadlyn didn't think she would find a real partner among the Selection's thirty-five suitors, let alone true love. But sometimes the heart has a way of surprising you...and now Eadlyn must make a choice that feels more difficult--and more important--than she ever expected.
Don't miss The Betrothed, a glittering royal romance sure to captivate Kiera Cass's legion of loyal readers and lovers of courtly intrigue alike!
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"Eikko, I need you to hear it. Just once, I need you to know it without doubt. I love you."-Eadlyn
You are always Eadlyn.
You are always the queen.
You are everything
And Infinitly more to me.
And I want him to make me doughnuts, just like his mom does for his dad. Even if I have to let out all my dresses.
I'd wondered how it was possible to magically find a soul mate in a random group of boys.
But now I couldn't question it.
"What four-year-old knows how to threaten someones' life?" he teased.
"One who was raised to, I suppose."
"Every moment we'd ever had together danced through my head. His awkward stance the day we first met, and how I scolded him before the parade for biting his nails. The way he protected me when the fight broke out in the kitchen, and how my eyes flitted to him over and over when the boys were deep in prayer outside the hospital wing. And, most astonishingly, the moment in the Women's Room when Camille asked who filled my head, and how hard I fought to stop myself from saying his name out loud then and there."
"But the truth is, love is as much fate as it is planning, as much beauty as it is disaster. Finding a prince might mean kissing a lot of frogs. Or kicking a lot of frogs out of your house. Falling might mean running headfirst into something you always wanted. Or dipping your toe into something you've been scared of your whole life. Happily ever after could be waiting in a field a mile wide. Or a window as narrow as seven minutes."
"Maybe it's not the first kisses that are supposed to be special. Maybe it's the last ones."