The Wild Queen by Cheri Chesley

May 26, 2011

in 2011 Releases, Fantasy, LDS Fiction, Romance, Speculative


Title: The Wild Queen

Author: Cheri Chesley

Publisher: Chesley Books

Release Date: May 11, 2011

ISBN: 978-1463504649

Size: 248 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Romantic Fantasy

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In the exciting prequel to The Peasant Queen, Roweena is the crown princess of Norvallen, a tiny kingdom with only one thing of value—the Healer’s Grove. The trees in this small section of forest are enchanted, giving a sap that can be mixed into potions or salves to heal almost any wound.

And it’s in high demand.

Lucien, the young king of neighboring Demarde, comes to Roweena’s father seeking an alliance, but comes away with a marriage contract for young Roweena’s hand. Furious and stubborn, this untamed beauty vows he will never conquer her. But the contract purposely gives her time to come to terms with her fate.

Before Lucien can return, Roweena’s home is attacked and her parents are murdered. The Healer’s Grove is also attacked—burned to the ground. With nothing more than her horse and the clothes on her back, Roweena goes to the only person she knows can help her. Lucien.

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