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Royal Quest

by Rachel Branton, 92 pages

Royal Quest is the story of how two sisters find each other, and about love—true love. Because in Beaumont, fairy tales do come true.

She never believed in fairy tales . . . (Soon coming to online retailers.)

Going undercover as a maid at the Suite Royale lodge in an attempt to meet her half sister, Kamille, isn’t one of Amelia Lennox’s best ideas. Kami has no idea of Amelia’s existence, and her recent marriage to Christophe, the new King of Beaumont, puts her further out of Amelia’s reach. Even if Amelia finds Kami, there’s no guarantee the queen will believe her—or that she wants a sister.

To complicate matters, Amelia meets Damien Giraud, who steals her breath away and makes her knees weak. She’s never believed in the kind of fairy tale that her sister found, but then she’s never known anyone like Damien. Maybe, if their secrets don’t keep them apart, she might begin to believe.

Royal Quest is the story of how two sisters find each other, and about love—true love. Because in Beaumont, fairy tales do come true.

Reviews

V. Carter says...

"This is a quick read with all the elements of a great romance. Deception, intrigue, handsome men, lovely ladies, a foreign country, horses, mud. Did I say mud. I guess you will just have to read it and find out. I would say an afternoon well spent."

Julie Coulter Bellon says...

"The romance is so good that I was flipping pages as fast as I could to see if they could survive the secrets coming out. Ms. Branton has written three-dimensional characters that were realistic and fun, with a hero and heroine you can't help but cheer on to a happy ending. Loved it!"

Lynn Gardner says...

"The characters are fun and believable with all the quirks and problems of our modern day world, but they still have the desires and needs of those characters we loved in the storybooks. The setting was a believable invented country that I'd love to visit in person instead of vicariously. The description was just enough to whet your appetite but not overcome the story. I can't wait for more."

A Voracious Reader says...

"I loved the first book that Sariah Wilson used to create this world. It was a delight to revisit it under the capable hands of Rachel Branton . . . The characters were charming, and Davide was delicious. Nothing like finding true love when you're searching for a sister you've never met."