CrossReads Short Takes: Canterbury Bells & Eubeltic Descent 9/6/2023

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CrossReads Short Takes

Canterbury Bells

(King’s Crossing Book 3)

by Lisa Prysock

Canterbury Bells

Princess Eden is doomed to settle for an arranged marriage, but when she embarks on her grand tour to meet the British duke recommended to her parents by King George V, she didn’t imagine she would find Lockhart so attractive. Satisfied by the arrangement, she and the duke have tea under the watchful eyes of her travel companions. She completes the tour and returns to King’s Crossing to plan a summer wedding.

Unfortunately, Gilbert Lockhart, the Duke of Edgington, is in debt up to his ears, most of it inherited by the necessary updates to modernize the family seat, Chapel Hill Manor. A marriage to Eden includes a handsome dowry if he agrees to marry the intriguing princess. But when he arrives at King’s Crossing to formally begin the courtship, he soon realizes he made a mistake sending Eden a letter meant for someone else he can never marry. Then the unthinkable happens, and Miss Ethel Culpepper follows him, determined to win him back!A comedy of errors will surely ensue. Get your copy of this Inspirational Royal Romance Novella from the Gilded Age today! Enjoy sweet romance with a powerful message packed inside this Christian Historical Romance novella and the exciting conclusion to the King’s Crossing series. Easily read as a stand-alone but best enjoyed with the other books in the series


Eubeltic Descent

(Eubeltic Realm Book 1)

by Nadine C. Keels

Eubeltic Descent

Eubeltic Realm, Book One: a search for identity

Your soul will remember…
As a woman who wasn’t born to wealth or privilege, Abigaia has mastered the art of thievery. And she’s come to hate it. Not only is she plagued by guilt, but her shadowed upbringing and silent ways cause most of her town to question her sanity.

Yet, Abigaia’s eccentric father always taught her to be proud of her heritage. Her ancestry lies across the sea, in a prominent realm she’s read about but has never seen.

The man who desires Abigaia’s hand in marriage doesn’t share her hope of seeing the Eubeltic Realm. But disaster erupts in their path, and Abigaia’s dream may have a greater purpose—if that famed domain of her ancestors is now in crucial need of her.

The Eubeltic Realm series is best read in order. While this historical fantasy book does not have magical elements, the story is set in a completely fictional world.


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