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Blog Tour: The Duchess Quest (Jordania #1) by C. K. Brooke



The Duchess Quest
Jordinia Book 1
by C.K. Brooke
Genre: YA Romantic Fantasy
All-New, Revised 2017 Second Edition

Love is destined to find her...
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.

A SHELF UNBOUND TOP 100 NOTABLE INDIE BOOK OF 2015!
♥ FIVE STARS FROM READERS' FAVORITE BOOK REVIEWS & AWARDS CONTEST



C.K. Brooke is an award-winning indie author of over a dozen romantic fantasy adventure novels and novellas. Her books have been published by 48fourteen and Limitless Publishing, as well as self-published. Her debut novel, The Duchess Quest, was selected by Shelf Unbound Magazine as a Top 100 Notable Indie Book of 2015 and received five stars from Readers' Favorite Book Reviews and Awards Contest; and her YA novel, Secrets of Artemis, recently received the coveted Indie B.R.A.G. Medallion Award. More of her publications have been nominated in the 2017 RONE Awards and Global EBook Awards. She lives in Washington, Michigan with her husband and son. Visit her at CKBrooke.com and subscribe for a free eBook!

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