Entwined Themes

Heather Dixon
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Relationships

One of the primary themes running through the novel is relationships. The novel reveals that even the individuals who make up a family have different relationships among the family members. For example, Azalea and her mother have a closer relationship than the other princesses have with their mother. Azalea and her father, however, have a unique relationship of their own.

Friendship is another type of relationship the novel tackles. While the princesses are first and foremost sisters, they are also friends. They look out for each other and try to do what is right for each of them. In several cases, men are friends with the princesses or the royal family, but these relationships often transform into romantic ones, as is the case with Azalea and Lord Bradford, Fairweller and Clover, and Bramble and Lord Teddie.

Romantic relationships are also tackled in the novel. Azalea gradually falls in...

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