Twelve Dead Princesses (Paperback)
Twelve Dead Princesses is a dark retelling of the classic fairy tale The Twelve Dancing Princesses. Shortly before Larka, soon-to-be-queen of Belmarros, comes of age, she and her eleven sisters fall ill. On the brink of death, they are saved by Sol, a tattooed stranger with powerful magic, and find themselves owing him a debt. Sol, however, is more than meets the eye, and he wants the princesses to dance for him at night in his otherworldyl kingdom. As they dance, Larka finds it increasingly difficult to balance their secret visits, her responsibilities as future queen, and her growing attraction to Sol.
Eleanor M. Rasor, nicknamed Pie for long and complicated reasons, is a graduate of Yarmouth High School in Yarmouth, Maine, and plans to attend Mount Holyoke College, where she hopes to keep writing. She currently lives with her parents, twin sister, and two disobedient but fuzzy cats. She’s been writing stories filled with things like magic, dragons, and girls with swords for almost as long as she can remember. When not writing, she can be found reading, swimming in the ocean, riding her bike, or over-analyzing action movies.