Assault of a Princess by Richard Edmond MousseauAssault of a Princess by Richard Edmond Mousseau

Assault of a Princess

byRichard Edmond Mousseau

Paperback | March 1, 2012

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Cuthburt was the only weak link in a suitable situation for all. He alone could demand the termination of birth. Unlikely, for this would bring out the possibility of a scandalous exposure. By demanding that everyone keep their mouths shut then no one outside of Cuthburt’s inner circle would know. Would he love the child and embrace as a true bloodline. Edmond Baptist definitely thought not. the impression of Cuthburt’s affections was cold, caring only for protocol and what reflected well upon him. Given the opportunity, Edmond surmised that Cuthburt would overthrow all procedures in favour of making Winston of Scott the next King of England. Claiming the throne himself would allow himself to be able to formulate means to decide who would be his successor.


The royal family is redundant, and maybe this story will plant the seed of change.

I think this has happen in the past history of all royalty and I think it just could happen today. I would root for the under-dog. Long live the commoner.

Not a fan of royalty, yet I was rooting for the Princess and the commoner, after all the Princess once had commoner beginnings.

Title:Assault of a PrincessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:March 1, 2012Publisher:Moose Hide BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1927393000

ISBN - 13:9781927393000


Editorial Reviews

'Assault of a Princess' 2012a novella by Richard,In Mousseau’s latest masterpiece, ‘Assault of a Princess’ a timely and thought provoking adventure ensues as two opposite worlds collide in the harsh northern Ontario winter wilderness. Given the royal couple’s propensity for adventure and family’s propensity for drama and scandal, this tale is a legend in the making. Adding to story ambiance, a wintry blizzard downs the royal plane onto open expansive shoreline wilderness unwittingly setting the stage for trapper and bush savvy Edmond to rescue a sole plane crash survivor princess.While royal watchers around the globe await news of Kate and Will’s forthcoming child others wager who will be the next heir to the throne. Cocooned in wintry blizzard bush cabin and in time surreal space, readers are taken on a narrative journey while author Mousseau carves new insights on wilderness life and survival, wit and cultural conflict. Void of pageantry and decorum for a short time, the two unwitting companions quickly settle into a harmonious relationship. One man’s northern Ontario consciousness is ethno-demographic in harmony with an educated royal heir, for a time, both are free of class distinction and other societal and worldly expectation dramas setting a new precedence for life.Once royals retrieve their with-child princess, inner sanctum wheels of action cover up and cold secrecy decorum abound. Edmond is summoned to the palace and must navigate and circumvent the ordeal and find his way home. It was perhaps a twist of fate that had brought the two together and the reader is treated to an equally surprising conclusion.A root for the under-dog and commoner, begs the question of what other long lineage of family secrets and of what social moral values archaic image they intentionally strive to project in vain and to what end? A though provoking read, its characters live on long after first reading making it my personal measure of a true timeless classic, Mousseau’s eloquent novel is simply a good read! For readers of all tastes and those longing for a breath of fresh air, this novella is a welcome change! Mousseau’s own rural northern Ontario life experience shines through this wide range appeal page turner.Assault of a Princess is among seasoned and prolific writer, editor and publisher Mousseau’s memorable other works; ‘Sky Flyers’ added to a long list of novels, poetry, play writing with a particular gift for Northern Ontario adventure. Mousseau’s lifestyle as a farmer to a menagerie of creatures in northern rural Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario, Canada.Congratulations Richard Mousseau! Reviewed by; Jan Porter,