To become the Queen her people need, can she deny her heart?
The complete Queen of Oran series is now here!
The Queen's Training:
Betrothed to the King of Oran, Soriana must undergo a year of training to learn all that’s expected of her before the wedding, but when the king’s second in command, an unreachable man marred by scars, takes over her training, she’s finally rocked by the passion necessary to fulfill her new role as queen. Unable to keep her heart from the man she cannot have, but with the possibility of finally being able to change the lives of her people, and her childhood rival doing all she can to usurp her position, Soriana must decide if she’s strong enough to give up the love she never hoped to find to become the woman her people so desperately need.
The Queen's Lover:
Soriana can’t escape the man who first taught her to love, and though Ranneth keeps his distance, she still can’t deny the passion forbidden to them both. King Trenor is a doting husband, but what she needs is a man who understands her worth and the threats of war hedging in from the west. A visit from a foreign delegate and a journey to secure an alliance with their neighbours up north has Soriana striving to prove herself, but being the key to peace between the two nations may ask more of her than she’s willing to give. And as she continues to fight the passion she still can’t deny, she realizes that sometimes even the hidden battles leave scars.
The Queen's Army
Whether King Trenor will live or die is anyone’s guess, but Soriana and Ranneth aren’t about to leave it to chance. Instead, they flee to the east in a desperate bid to find the one healer who can bring him back from the brink.
Leaving the throne in the hands of a man incapable of defending their nation against their enemies to the west is the least of Soriana’s problems. With threats coming from all sides, and the stability of Oran crumbling around her, she will finally discover just how strong she is, and how far she’s willing to go to save her people, her nation, and the love she’s held at arm’s length for far too long.