The Destined Queen (Queen's Quests Trilogy #3)


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Having awakened the Waiting King, Maura Woodbury thinks her duty to her country is fulfilled. But she finds her task has only begun. Her brave, beloved consort is not all-powerful, as she'd hoped. Maura must journey deep into the heart of Hanish power, in search of a powerful artifact that could secure her country's freedom. This new quest is fraught with danger, not only to Maura's life and cause, but to her belief in herself and her destiny.

“A true treasured tale to enliven those romantics and adventure seekers alike.” – Anne Barringer, Fresh Fiction

Queen's Quest Trilogy:
Book 1 - The Wizard's Ward
Book 2 - The Waiting King
Book 3 - The Destined Queen

These books contain no graphic violence or physical intimacy. They are suitable for teens as well as more mature readers. Used print copies of the previous edition may not be suitable for younger readers.

Within days of hearing that her publisher was planning to launch a new fantasy imprint, Deborah Hale called her editor and submitted a proposal. Fantasy novels by J.R. R. Tolkein, Ursula LeGuin and Lloyd Alexander had first inspired her to become a writer. Deborah was delighted to be offered a contract for two connected books and thrilled to be the first Harlequin author to write for the Luna imprint! Recently Deborah regained the publishing rights to those books and has revised the stories into a trilogy that she hopes will appeal to an even wider audience.

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