Another book by Jean Sasson. If you have read the story of the royal princess in ''Princess'' and ''Daughters of Arabia'', then you must read this too. Being a mother to three children took the princess away from many important incidents around. Then, as her children started to choose their way of life, the princess felt a void in her life. She then became addicted to alcohol. It was a nightmare for her to think that her loving husband would divorce her due to her addiction? The princess fought hard for her niece, who was going to married to a ''hateful'' man. She started to realised there were many women who needed her help. Being a royal might not be a good way to start with, but then, the princess had lots of contacts and her wealth and family influence too, seem to help a lot. The princess also came to know about girls being sold as sex-slaves to the wealthy and the royal families. There are some light moments too, when the princess and her daughters paid a visit to a royal cousin at his paradise palace. All and all, the princess decided to be a voive of injustice suffered by the women of her country.