The Stolen Kingdom was a delight to listen to. I was swept away into this magical world from the start. Good vs. Evil, kidnapping, a possible love story, a wicked king with stolen magic. There was so much to love about this.
Maralyth is a farmer’s daughter and her mother is dead. She has taken on those duties her mother had done until she is kidnapped. She is worried about what this will mean for her family. How will her father get by without her… and her magic. She heals those sick and dying plants on the farm to help her father succeed.
Once her captor informs her of the root of her magical gifts are from the true royal bloodline and bribes her with her families destruction, she concedes to be part of the coup to get back the thrown.
Alec is the second in line for the throne. He wants nothing but to get a vineyard of his own going as soon as he can. He must wait for his brother’s wedding and a new heir to be born first.
Maralyth’ so training we well done. Now she will attend the royal wedding were the coup is set to take place. While there she meets Alec and discovers that this might not be the best plan after all.
I think the narrators, Kirby Heyborne and Suzy Jackson, did a fantastic job.
I would like to thank NetGalley and RB Media for the free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Let me know if you loved this one as much as I did!
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