The Movement of Rings by Nadine C. Keels

The Movement of Rings in Motion

The Movement of Rings
Sequel to The Movement of Crowns
(Historical FictionHistorical Fantasy)

25 Favorite Books pick on Tell Tale Book Reviews, 2013
5 Stars
“As I said about its predecessor, Rings is a joy to read. The story is always inspiring, especially to young women… 5/5–wonderful!”  ~Kelly Smith Reviews
“With fully developed characters, a bit of sass and spirit, faith woven within, and turmoil mixed throughout, The Movement of Rings is an outstanding sequel.” ~Savurbks

Book cover featuring a castle at sunriseWhat lies deeper than fear?

The Mundayne empire has prospered under the rule of King Aud, a ruthless man of war. Naona, a spirited imperial servant who holds Aud’s favor, enjoys pulling pranks on her peers around the king’s estate. But the time for laughter spoils when the citizens of Munda begin to oppose the taxes that pay for Aud’s wars.

After meeting the princess of Diachona, Naona must choose between remaining loyal to her king and becoming another nation’s ally. With the rise of unrest in Munda, how can Naona’s heart survive intact: intact enough, even, for a chance at love with a foreign man?
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The Movement of Crowns series is historical fantasy: fictional history in a completely fictional world.

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Don’t miss the final book in the series, The Movement of Kings, or get the entire series in one volume.

And don’t miss the spin-offs from this series!

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.

A Fictional World:
The Mythic Veil Lifts

Faces of Eubeltic characters

Flower Gem Teal

There are a few ways you can stay updated on Nadine’s books. Find them here!

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