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Eubeltic Quest by Nadine C. Keels March 10, 2021

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 7:40 pm
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Book Two in the Eubeltic Realm series.

He suspects that his own prayer has come back to haunt him…

As a respected guardsman in the kingdom he calls home, Dauntless is more than ready to take on his next assignment. He’s been chosen to accompany the king on a trip to witness the inauguration of a new Eubeltic nation.

Aside from the prestige of the trip, Daun is relieved to be getting away for a while. He hasn’t fully recovered from the recent damage to his trust in the woman he has a passion for.

This time of travel could be his best chance to soul-search. But when critical remnants of the past come to collide with the present, Daun realizes just how risky—and eruptive—a true quest of the soul can become.

This book is inspirational historical fantasy: fictional history that takes place in a completely fictional world.

My thoughts:

Another short, yet well-developed, read by Nadine. I am constantly surprised at the stories she comes up with, and how unique they are.

This was the second book and it was great to meet up with these characters again. There were some definite surprises and twists and turn in this quick read. Things I didn’t anticipate or see coming.

As I always say when I am reviewing one of her books, if you are looking for something different but well done, look no further, you have found it.

Grab your copy at Amazon or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me by the author. All opinions are my own.

 

One Response to “Eubeltic Quest by Nadine C. Keels”

  1. […] “Nadine is exceptional at highlighting unique issues without being preachy… I loved the growth that the characters showed in this book…” ~Rebecca’s Reading Corner “Another short, yet well-developed, read by Nadine. I am constantly surprised at the stories she comes up with, and how unique they are.” ~Genesis 5020 […]


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