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Eubeltic Virtue by Nadine C. Keels December 13, 2021

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Book Three in the Eubeltic Realm series.

Her next big adventure could require an extraordinary risk…
As a young woman who’s battled sickness more than most, Valorie has learned to celebrate everyday pleasures, enjoying the life she shares with her older brother.

But Valorie isn’t the most certain about her future. Her health concerns have made it hard for her to find work, and the fact that she’s deaf may be the only real reason why her last suitor courted her for a while.

Now, Valorie has taken the unexpected chance to go on a trip and witness the inauguration of a new Eubeltic nation. While there, she meets Zacharias, a man determined to bring new standards to the Realm. And Zacharias soon presents Valorie with a staggering choice that could alter the course of history.

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

My thoughts:

I really enjoyed getting to know Valorie and Zacharias more. Their love story was one I wasn’t sure how it would work out and Nadine is great at throwing in expected surprises so I wasn’t sure what might happen in this book.

Nadine also does a great job of recapping previous books, which helps me remember what happened, because I had forgotten all that went on, so I really appreciate it.

If you are looking for something different I highly recommend this series.

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.

 

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