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By Candice Pedraza Yamnitz


Around Agatha Sea, princesses are poised, magically gifted and betrothed.

So, when seventeen-year-old Princess Beatriz still fails to secure a betrothal, her parents hold a
ball. Forming an alliance could mean the difference between peace and war, but Beatriz doesn't
just want any suitor. She's in love with her best friend, Prince Lux. Marrying Prince Lux will
always be a silly dream as long as she has no magical gift.

Princess Beatriz will do whatever it takes to obtain a touch of magic, including make a deadly
oath to go on a quest to Valle de Los Fantasmas. A valley where no one comes out alive.
If she can manage to succeed, Princess Beatriz could have everything she desires and secure
peace for her kingdom. If she fails, she’ll lose not only her greatest dream, but her kingdom, and
maybe even her own life.

Book Takeaway:

Our self-worth isn't wrapped up in in our special abilities or position.

Why the author wrote this book:

Candice wrote Unbetrothed because of what she heard while leading a teen girl small group. The girls always had something to say about how they fell short as a person, and those thoughts manifested themselves in, sometimes, unpleasant ways. In Beatriz her audience will find someone who
understands their struggle and changes through their hardship


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