Rapunzel longs to experience the world outside. After ten years of imprisonment under the care of her great aunt, the monotony of her life is finally broken when a handsome young man named Brendan climbs into her tower. And over time, they—of course—fall in love.
Then her great aunt finds out.
When neither her great aunt nor Brendan return for weeks, she cuts her hair and rescues herself from the tower. All alone, she sets out to find the man she loves, and in the process finds herself.
In Jessica Kaye's Rapunzel, the fabled long-haired girl cuts her hair and leaves her tower to search for her lost prince. Along the way, she finds the life she always wanted—and ends up saving a kingdom in the process.
But what was the prince doing while Rapunzel was rescuing herself? The parallel novel Rapunzel's Prince tells us all about his adventures in dodging assassins, escaping rebellions, and navigating political treachery as he searches the world for the girl with impossibly long hair.