The Goddess's Choice
In a world where the corrupt church hides the truth about magic, the fate of the joined kingdom falls on the shoulders of two young people from opposite ends of the social hierarchy. Crown Princess Samantha’s life begins to fall apart when she starts seeing strange colors around her potential... show more
In a world where the corrupt church hides the truth about magic, the fate of the joined kingdom falls on the shoulders of two young people from opposite ends of the social hierarchy.
Crown Princess Samantha’s life begins to fall apart when she starts seeing strange colors around her potential suitors. She fears that she’s going insane--or worse that she’s defying the Goddess’s will. Robrek is a lowly farm boy with incredible magical powers. He has been biding his time waiting to get revenge on those who call him a demon.
Thrown together by chance, they must overcome their differences to fight their common enemy Duke Argblutal, who, with dark magic, is slowly poisoning the king’s mind and turning him against his own daughter. Time is running out for those chosen by the Goddess to prevent the power mad duke from usurping the throne and plunging the joined kingdoms into civil war.
Publish date: 2017-06-15
Pages no: 595
Edition language: English
Series: Kronicles of Korthlundia (#1)
The Goddess's Choice is an epic fantasy that is not for the young (only the young at heart) as there are scenes in it which some readers may find disturbing. The King is in his 90's, his daughter is in her teens. He wants her to choose a consort for when he dies, she doesn't want any of them that ...
www.reviewoffantasy.comReviewer: Tamra Le Valley (2nd Review for August)Rating: 3 StarsA Mystical Love Story Gone RightBoy meets girl, girl and boy fall in love, boy must help girl save the kingdom. This story has everything a love story should have. A beautiful girl who has the world at her feet ...
The description from amazon.com above doesn't hold a candle to what you will find within this book. This is fantastic (pun intended) storytelling at its best. There are so many rich, complex characters who each play their part that it is hard to decide who to talk about and what I can write without ...