Life revolves around Queen Strivia in the kingdom of Herton. Everyone must notice her. Her family motto, "C'est tout sur moi" means "It's all about me".
Young Rosie, the queen's stable groom, has a big secret that she does not want Queen Strivia to know. Rosie tries to work quietly in the stable so the queen will not notice her.
One day, unexpectedly, Rosie is assigned to ride on the queen's carriage and attend the carriage horses. Then Rosie is thrust further into the spotlight when Queen Strivia becomes the focus of a mysterious plot. Will the queen learn Rosie's secret? Join Rosie as she discovers the true meaning of "C'est tout sur moi".
©2016 Suzanne Graves (P)2016 Suzanne Graves
Enjoyed Rosie and the Queen , it made me want to stay with the narration to find out what happened to the Queen and Rosie.
It held my attention throughout the entire book because I wanted to know how it would end. Since it was a short book I couldn't put it down.
My favorite scenes was when Rosie made the escape and when the Queen acknowledged to Rosie what a great job she had done to assist in her escape.
What moved me was Rosie's commitment to the care of the horses. When Rosie thought, for sure, she was going to be let go from caring for the horses because of her age. I was hoping she was wrong in her assessment and she was.
Troy Hudson did a "Fantastic" job in his narration of Rosie and the Queen. I enjoyed his interpretation/delivery of each character. His narration enabled me to get lost in the book.
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