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Esta es la historia de Danielle De Barbarac, una joven de la edad media, que posee una fascinante mezcla de fuerza, cultura, belleza y sobrado encanto. Quien quedó huérfana de madre a muy tierna edad, lo que la acerco mucho a su padre, que era también su mejor amigo; con él compartía el amor por la lectura y su manera de ver la vida, ya que le enseño que podía ser lo que quisiera, lo que no era muy común en esa época en la que las mujeres eran relegadas a segundo plano. Su padre viajaba mucho, y en uno de sus viajes regresó con una nueva mamá para ella, lo que la ponía muy contenta, pues siempre anhelo tener una. Su madrastra era la Baronesa Rodmilla De Ghent y con ella venían sus dos hijas: Marguerite y Jaqueline De Guent, Danielle estaba muy feliz con su llegada y ansiaba por fin tener una gran familia. En este regreso, su padre le dio su último y más amado regalo, el libro Utopía de Santo Tomás Moro, el cual logro saberse de principio a fin. Está vez también fue la última vez que vio a su padre, ya que al salir a un nuevo viaje, él sufrió un paro cardiaco en la puerta de su casa, ella al ver esto corrió a ayudarlo, seguida de la baronesa; quien no pudo soportar que las últimas palabras de su esposo (Te amo), hayan sido para su pequeña hija Danielle de 8 años y no para ella. Al cuidado de su madrastra Danielle crece siendo una sirvienta más, cuya única diversión es leer sus libros favoritos junto a la chimenea, lo que no impide que el príncipe Henry de Francia, un joven rebelde, que no quiere llegar a ser rey, se enamore de ella. Henry, un joven apuesto, quien será obligado a casarse por el bien de su reino, fija sus ojos en Danielle, cuando ella intercede por uno de sus sirvientas, que era como su familia, que fue vendido por su madrastra para solventar su

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