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The Fiery Crown (Forgotten Empires) (Digital Audiobook)

By Jeffe Kennedy, Gabrielle Baker (Narrator)

Publication Date: June 29, 2020

Other Editions of This Title:
Mass Market (5/26/2020)
MP3 CD (6/30/2020)
Compact Disc (6/30/2020)
MP3 CD (6/30/2020)
Compact Disc (6/30/2020)

Description

WILL THEIR LOVE STAND THE TEST OF TIME



Queen Euthalia has reigned over her island kingdom of Calanthe with determination, grace, and her magical, undying orchid ring. After she defied an empire to wed Conrí, the former Crown Prince of Oriel—a man of disgraced origins with vengeance in his heart—Lia expected the wizard's prophecy to come true: Claim the hand that wears the ring and the empire falls. But Lia's dangerous bid to save her realm doesn't lead to immediate victory. Instead, destiny hurls her and Conrí towards a future neither could predict . . .



OR TEAR THEIR WHOLE WORLD APART?



Con has never healed after the death of his family and destruction of his kingdom—he's been carefully plotting his revenge against his greatest enemy, Emperor Anure, waiting for the perfect opportunity to strike. When Lia's spies gather intelligence suggesting that Anure is planning an attack against Calanthe, Con faces an agonizing choice: Can he sacrifice Lia and all she holds dear to destroy the empire? Or does his true loyalty exist in the arms of his beguiling, passionate wife—'til death do they part?


About the Author

Gabrielle Baker is a highly respected and experienced British voice actor with her own studio at her home in Kent, England. A trained actor, she has become a bestselling audiobook narrator for award-winning authors around the world.

Gabrielle has a natural RP British accent and is also experienced with accents such as Dublin, Cork, Scottish, Australian, and most regional British accents. More than anything Gabrielle describes herself as a "storyteller," and her love and passion for audiobooks has seen her rise in the industry over the last few years. She has a strong following of listeners and authors who seek out her work, and she has been described as " . . . an auditory joy!"