Maud Verret (Eugene's mother)
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Eugene Roe lives a seemingly perfect life. As a prince, he has a good relationship with his parents, the people of Toccoa, and the people who work in the castle, is a skilled swordsman, and has a knack for healing the wounded exceptionally well. All of his life, he has been preparing for the day he will take his father’s place on the throne and become the new king. It is something Eugene takes with honor and pride, until a law states that he must take a wife before ascending the throne, which causes his mother to intervene in trying to arrange a marriage for him before it’s too late for her and her husband.
Having no say in this process at all, Eugene becomes fed-up with having to constantly follow orders and runs away, feeling betrayed and that no one will listen to him. That changes when he meets a local girl named Rachel who was raised by merchants. The two develop a deep bond of trust, resulting in an attraction between the two and an eventual romance. Things blossom quickly for the young prince and the merchant girl, until Eugene discovers a secret about Rachel that could destroy them both.
Fantasy and the boys of Easy Company collide in Prince Eugene, an alternate universe story about following your heart.
Rachel Bartlett is like most women her age. She works hard in order to get what she wants, no matter how long and difficult it is for her to meet her end goal. It was with that can-do spirit she became the first woman to enlist in Easy Company as a combat medic, quickly winning over the officers, as well as the other soldiers in the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 101st Airborne Division.
Eugene Roe is quiet and serious. He keeps to himself and distances from his fellow soldiers for he knows the consequences of getting too close to somebody during the time of war. That changes when he is made a combat medic in Easy Company and meets Rachel, resulting in a growing attraction between the two medics.
Both try to hide their feelings for one another as the fast approaching drop into Normandy looms over their heads, however after a brief chat about how each one is feeling about the invasion, both realize they need each other more than ever, resulting in the two confessing their love for one another. Romance blossoms quickly between the two medics, but will it be enough for them to survive the war?
Based off of the HBO miniseries, Band of Brothers.