Prince William: At Olympics 2012

As the terrorists close in, the two dissimilar people have to work together to survive, forging a bond that is more than their duty demands.
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Prince William of England, second in line to the throne, is asked by his grandmother to represent her at the Olympic events happening in the North of England in 2012. The Prince is pleased at the request, appearing in public as the Queen’s representative, but then less than happy when people start shooting at him and threatening his life in a myriad of unpleasant ways. Then Melia arrives. Amelia Hartliss, or ‘Heartless’ as she is known, has been sent from the local Regional Office of WSB, the country’s foremost anti-terrorism unit. She is a professional, but in the weeks spent in the Prince’s company, she finds her nature as a young and passionate woman is tested to the limit. She is attracted to the young man, and is surprised to find that the feeling may be mutual. As the terrorists close in, the two dissimilar people have to work together to survive, forging a bond that is more than their duty demands.
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Prince William at Olympics 2012 - Written by Mike Scantlebury Prince William of England, second in line to the throne, is asked by his grandmother to represent her at the Olympics events happening in the North of England in 2012. The Prince is pleased with the request, appearing in public as the Queen's representative, but then less than happy when people start shooting at him and threatening his life in a myriad of unpleasant ways. Then Melia arrives. Amelia Hartliss, or 'Heartless' as she is known, has been sent from the local Regional Office of WSB, the country's foremost anti-terrorism unit. She is a professional, but in the weeks spent in the Prince's company, she finds her nature as a mature and passionate woman is tested to the limit. She is attracted to the young man and is surprised to find that the feeling may be mutual. As the terrorists close in, the two-dissimilar people have to work together to survive, forging a bond that is more than their duty demands. What did I like? I am not English, but I don’t think that you have to be from a country to respect and follow someone. I have watched this family for many years and have felt the heartbreak that that family has gone through but especially Prince William and his brother. This story just goes to show you that you don’t have to be Royalty to be affected by others. Presenting him as just as human as you and I are. What will you like? A very good account of an event that leads the world back in 2012. Highlighting the problems of the family but the fact that two people from two different walks of life can come together and help each other. It can not be easy to be that much in the public eye, to have no privacy and be a target for every bad guy from terrorism to gossip. I felt this was an interesting look at the problems and was well done. Each of us could learn a lesson from this story about human life. I received this from the author for an honest review with no other compensation.

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Mike Scantlebury (Author)

Mike Scantlebury is my given name and most of my ancestors came from Cornwall. However, bored with the seascapes and cliffs, they soon moved north and settled in the big city of Bristol, England’s gateway to America. Not to be outdone, I soon moved to the North West of England, lived in Manchester for a while, then settled in Salford. It’s near a big river, some docks, and the countryside – very much like Bristol. It also rains. Most days I write crime fiction, but there’s also articles, factual stuff, Science Fiction, songs and song writing info.

As the terrorists close in, the two dissimilar people have to work together to survive, forging a bond that is more than their duty demands.

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