Never marry a stranger...even if he is a drop-dead gorgeous immortal king. Never pretend to be a princess. And most importantly...never slip on an ancient wedding ring that you know nothing about.
Sarah Larker returns to visit a cave where her sister disappeared ten years earlier. While in the cave, she walks through a portal and is soon mistaken for a princess on the run from a dangerous immortal, medieval king. Her plan is bold as well as daring - become this princess, wed the king, and slip on an ancient wedding ring that will unlock the portal back home. Then, find her sister and get out as fast as she can.
However, assuming the identity of Princess Gloria brings dangerous consequences, and slipping on the ruby ring comes at an even higher price.
©2012 Christine Peebles (P)2013 Christine Peebles
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I don't really know what to say. I can't believe I haven't listened to this story until now. I really enjoyed the three audiobooks of The Zombie Chronicles that Chrissy Peebles wrote but this story surpassed those. This was like Colleen Houck's Tiger Curse series but more realistic in ways. I think this story is movie material. I would vote to get it made into a movie. I would help the campaign. This is my favorite audio of 2015 and it's a new year, as of right now it's my favorite story of 2016 in this genre. This story is magical, adventurous, and it blew my mind. I love this story and I'm ready to download the second audio, Eternal Destiny right now. This story is so much more than a 5 star rating, and it's definitely worth being turned into a movie. Loved it and this one is so worth the purchase.
Narrator, Marian Hussey did a wonderful job with her performance of Eternal Vows. She kept me immersed in this story from the very beginning all the way to the end. I was hooked, glued, and I listened to it straight thru until it was finished. Marian did a great job distinguishing accents and voices of each character. She breathed life into this story and I felt as if I was there with them all watching the story as it played out. Chrissy picked a narrator that is right for this series. I still will say this book is movie worthy. Overall, it surpasses that 5 stars!
I would, if they were into this sort of book.
Kind of, I thought it was going to be a romance and what I got was a confused 24 year old running around a country.
I really tried with this one and decided the story line is silly and the narrator sounds like someone trying to sound like one of Meg Ryan's character's in Joe vs The Volcano. That was my real victory in this book; figuring out whose voice the narrator sounded like. Unbelievable!
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