Eubeltic Descent by Nadine C. Keels

Eubeltic Descent
Eubeltic Realm, Book One
A search for identity
Five Stars from Indies Today and Readers' Favorite
“There are so many brilliant aspects to explore…you’ll be thankful that this isn’t the only book Keels has written about the Eubeltic Realm.” ~Indies Today
“A beautiful story of friendship, hope, and overcoming past regrets…” ~Readers’ Favorite

Golden book cover has a panorama near the top showing a serious young woman standing in a stone corridor with two closed wooden doors in the backgroundYour soul will remember… 

As a woman who wasn’t born to wealth or privilege, Abigaia has mastered the art of thievery. And she’s come to hate it. Not only is she plagued by guilt, but her shadowed upbringing and silent ways cause most of her town to question her sanity.

Yet, Abigaia’s eccentric father always taught her to be proud of her heritage. Her ancestry lies across the sea, in a prominent realm she’s read about but has never seen.

The man who desires Abigaia’s hand in marriage doesn’t share her hope of seeing the Eubeltic Realm. But disaster erupts in their path, and Abigaia’s dream may have a greater purpose—if that famed domain of her ancestors is now in crucial need of her.

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

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Don’t miss the next book in the series, Eubeltic Quest.

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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