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Dainy doesn't know that she is the lost duchess of Jordinia, or that her uncle has organized a contest to seek her, offering her marriage hand as the reward! Though at odds, three clashing rivals--a noble giant, a forester, and a thief--voyage together by woodland, plains, and sea to recover the lost royal, notwithstanding assassins and spies at their tail. Soon, Dainy is swept into a comically complex romantic triangle as her suitors compete to capture her heart. Charmingly romantic and bursting with action, startling twists, and vivid characters, fans of Anastasia and The Princess Bride will adore this original yet timeless tale of swashbuckling adventure and unlikely love.

©2014 C.K. Brooke (P)2018 C.K. Brooke

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A Duchess on A Quest

This is a wonderful narration of the Duchess Quest.
Leah Casey did a wonderful job on the narration!
A girl with a heritage and a destiny unknown.
A future that anything could hold....
To find out read the book, and if you enjoy that
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An Epic Quest for a Lost Duchess

A quest tale for sure, which was reminiscent of The Princess Bride (romance and the trio of males) and Lord of the Rings (journeying across lands and seas)!

There was romance and a contest among two of the three gentlemen; all worked out well in the end.

And there was plenty of action, fights, and narrow escapes; kept my interest throughout.

From a writing perspective, some of the passages were passive and there were many adverbs used to describe the emotion, when the dialogue conveyed the context fine without it. At times, since the story was told in third person, it was sometimes confusing whos head I was in, though the name of the character's perspective we were in was listed at the beginning of the chapter.