I will love you if I never see you again, and I will love you if I see you every Tuesday.
Yes, you do,” said Eddis. “If you are going to marry him, you have to believe him. He isn’t a possession. He isn’t mine to keep or to give away. He has free choice, and he has chosen you. You must choose now. Between the two of us we can reach a treaty without a wedding. You don’t have to marry him, but if you choose to marry him, you have to believe him.”
Attolia turned, and Eddis thought that behind her mask the queen might be afraid, and so she finished lightly. “You have to believe him, because he’s going to have your entire palace up in arms and your court in chaos and every member of it from the barons to the boot cleaners coming to you for his blood, and you are going to have to deal with it.”
Attolia smiled. “You make him sound like more trouble than he is worth.”
“No,” said Eddis thoughtfully. “Never more than he is worth.
— The Queen of Attolia
by Megan Whalen Turner (via ladyherenya
in other news i know princess and the frog off by heart
oh my land it has been too long since i watched princess and the frog
You’re a Disney princess who is just currently in the sad part of her feature film. It’s going to be okay.