Geoffrey is the orphaned prince of Kaveg. He has chosen to follow a quest to find the fabled "queen with his own heart" who will heal his land. Nanda is an American stage combat choreographer just searching for a reason to live. They find each other, and they lose each other. Together, can they both find what they're looking for?
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An interesting approach to story telling
I like the way the two characters grew throughout the book
When they both realized who Kelly was.
She brought emphasis to the characters though her narration. She put a great deal of passion into them that print would not have brought out. Her narration was great and added much to the book.
To realize the frustration that the two characters must have when the book ended and they did not know how their futures would play out.
This book was provided to me free of charge in exchange for a review.
The story was hard to follow at first. This is due to the story being told across two worlds and time lines. In each of these one of the characters knew the other but one did not. It reversed itself in the other reality. It took me most of the book bouncing from one world to the other to figure out what was going on and follow the story. It was overall very entertaining and I stuck with it and was glad when I finished the book.
The quest of the young prince to find his queen was to allow him to not only find his love but to grow to manhood as he was not allowed to do in the palace.
The trials he faced and the meeting of the person who ended up as his love was fraught with peril and missteps.
He also learned during this quest about his own people regardless of who or what they were.