🔸Title: Sold to marry the king
With this blurb, readers will easily discern that it is an intriguing story about a maid compelled to masquerade as a princess to wed an elderly king. The author introduces the unexpected twist that the hero is, in fact, a handsome young king. However, the blurb primarily emphasizes plot and conflict, neglecting the opportunity to delve into the characters' motivations, emotions, and growth, which could be enhanced.
🔸Title: Obey Thy Lies
The blurb fits perfectly with the 'Who is the Real Princess' theme in Royal Romance. It sets up an intriguing premise with the revelation of twin princesses and the complexities that arise from their identities. In addition, the plot introduces various conflicts, such as the mistreatment of the main character by the Queen, the shattered relationship between the sisters, and the politics of marriage. This creates a sense of tension and drama.
However, this blurb lacks clarity, which may make it difficult for readers to understand the relationships between the characters and reduces the clarity of the message conveyed. We recommend the need for greater brevity in refining the story's highlights and language presentation.