The Movement of Crowns by Nadine C. Keels

The Movement of Crowns
Movement of Crowns, Book  One
The chronicle of an indomitable princess
Five Stars from Readers' Favorite
“The author has done an excellent job by blending a love angle with…war and power. The themes just flow into each other…” ~Readers’ Favorite
“Great characters, stunning plot, and a thought-provoking message make this a story worth reading. 5/5–great!” ~Kelly Smith Reviews

Sea green book cover has a panoramic picture near the top showing a castle at sunriseIs it the perfect or the worst time for the kingdom to…change?

The nation of Diachona rejoices as the king’s daughter and heir, Constance, turns twenty. Yet, not everyone approves of Constance’s desire to sit on the National Council: a Council run solely by men.

What’s more, oppressive threats from a neighboring, powerful empire are rousing the people’s fears. Amid rumors of war and personal doubts about her future, Constance suspects that her growing love for one Commander Alexander may be ill-timed. Especially if this is the end of the kingdom as they know it…

While this historical fantasy book does not have magical elements, the story is set in a completely fictional world.

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Pick up the next book in the series,
The Movement of Rings.
The series is also available in
a collection.

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And don’t miss the spin-offs!

Reviving the Commander picks up about a year after the Movement of Crowns series.
Eubeltic Descent picks up more than a century after the Movement of Crowns series.

Go to Reviving the Commander page Go to Eubeltic Descent page

Notes on the Book’s Content

No profanity. If a character does curse, their specific words aren’t written out.
Kissing but no sex scenes.
The violence isn’t gratuitous.
Any substance use is mild or brief.

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