Book: The King of Anavrea (The Theodoric Saga Book 2) by Rachel Rossanocategories: Book, Inspirational, Medieval, Politics, King, Arranged Marriage, Adventure, Rebellion, Sword, Intrigue, Blindness, Romance
Rachel Rossanoabout this book: Ireic Theodoric, King of Anavrea, needs a wife to secure the future of his family's dynasty and the stability of his country. However, he isn't particularly inclined toward any special lady. For these political reasons he agrees to enter into an arranged marriage with the daughter of the king of Sardmara as part of their alliance. But once the papers are signed, he discovers all isn't as he was led to believe.
Lirth Parnan, only daughter of the king of Sardmara, has spent years as a prisoner of a northern baron. Her kidnapping was intended to get her father's attention, but it failed. No one has bothered to come rescue her. As her health fails, she clings to the hope that her God will send a deliverer soon.
• "...a memorable story about King who doesn't want to be king, a arranged marriage, a blind Queen, a huge rebellion and someone who wants to kill the King and Queen and a sweet romance and friendship." — Tifferz
• "I loved the unconventional heroine and how her relationship develops with the hero in the midst of political intrigue and the difficulties of being a less than perfect royal." — Kimberly
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