Free vacation, free vacation, free vacation.
I had to keep repeating it for myself. I was standing in front of a large mirror in my room, wearing Medoran clothes for the first time. I had expected to have to dress a bit fancier, I was expecting a full Kate Middleton moment, but nothing like this.
Outside the sky was already pitch black, but there were no clouds tonight. The stars almost shone as brightly as the dress I was wearing. It was way too much of a showstopper, I truly did not have the outlandish personality to back it up.I was envious of Tessa. Her mentor had decided on a black dress. She looked great in it because Tessa had a body any girl would be
"Oh." My vocabulary seemed to be limited now that I was suddenly faced with royalty. "My apologies. I did not know.""Do they have a royal house where you are from?" He asked me in return, probably to try and keep the conversation from drying out.
I never got to dance with the prince, which was only slightly disappointing. I meant what I had said to his brother. If I did not feel a connection I would not go through with it. Gwen, however, reassured me and the other girls who did not get to dance with him that there would be more balls, and more times to dance.The following morning we got another shocking announceme
It was late at night when a knock landed on my door. I had been texting with my brother, who was interested in all the info I had gathered in this place, so I at least wasn't asleep yet, but I definitely hadn't been expecting any visitors."Tessa?" I said after opening the door. "What the hell are you doing? It's like 3 am."
I hate thisI should have never entered the competition.
We did not win the sporting event, but we did come in second place. The older players did not seem pleased by this, but the girls definitely were. We had done enough to stand out, but not too little to lose.My head and back definitely hurt from when I hit the ground, but I wasn't complaining. The doctors had looked me over and concluded that I was fine. Only if I started
I felt that I did alright during my dinner with the prince. We ate a full five-course meal and tackled pretty much all the first date things. He asked about my family and after telling him some boring facts I in return asked about his. Apparently, he was closer to his siblings than to his parents, which I could understand seeing as they had to work all the time.I had gone
Gwen seemed to return to her normal self after that and told us about our next event."The group will be split in two." She told us. "Tonight the first group will dine with the royal family, tomorrow the second group."