~ Goodreads Monday: The Wayward Tower (The Twin Kingdoms #3) ~

This is a weekly meme where any one can choose a random book from their Goodreads TBR and highlight it. Once you choose a book and create your post, make sure you link and reference the creator, @Lauren’s Page Turners. Eventually, I will try to find a rhyme or reason to my choices, but for now, each week will feature a random one that I mean to read soon!

This Week’s Selection:

The Wayward Tower (The Twin Kingdoms #3) by Nancy O’Toole

Expected publication: December 8th 2021

Trapped in a tower

Aria knows how to escape imprisonment. All she needs to do is to lead Prince Victor to his death. But she has no desire to become a murderer or assist the man that holds her captive. Instead, Aria discovers a possible solution in unfamiliar magic. The Wayward Paths may lead her to freedom, but they will require her to come face to face with the shadows of her past.

The foolish prince

Victor’s life is in danger. After barely escaping a deadly masquerade, he finds himself a target of The Mage King, an ancient being who requires royal blood. Not that Victor takes that too seriously. He’d rather think about Aria, the beautiful and mysterious woman that visits him in his dreams. Aria’s past holds the key to the identity of The Mage King, but will their encounters provide him with answers or result in his demise?

What dangers lie on The Wayward Paths?

I am excited to read the third installment in The Twin Kingdoms series. Each book is a shorter novella, which makes them excellent reads in between my other reads. In this novella, the story follows Prince Victor, who was introduced in the second one, A Dance with Magic. As the first two novellas included a lot in a short amount of pages, I hope that this one is as complete and enjoyable.

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