Kingdom of the Forgotten

Kingdom of the Forgotten

4.49 out of 5 stars


Author:Charissa Weaks

Publisher:City Owl Press



Content Summary

Murderous gods, forbidden romance, unlikely allies—and a woman torn between a past she doesn’t belong to and a future she can no longer see. Kingdom of the Forgotten is the fourth installment in Charissa Weaks’ Witch Walker series, a romantic epic fantasy tale that will leave you breathless. Raina Bloodgood never imagined existing during an era reigned by gods, much less falling back in time to a divided, warring continent. But after a cataclysmic meeting near the City of Ruin, that’s exactly where she lands, in an age known only from history and legend, imprisoned by a deadly sorcerer. Alexi of Ghent. Un Drallag. The Gatherer. Though Raina makes every attempt to escape her nightmare as Un Drallag’s prisoner, the power that delivered her to this foreign land—along with her magick—now denies her. Trapped but far from invisible, her mysterious presence draws the attention of not only Alexi, but his malevolent king and god as well. Soon, Raina finds herself guided by an unimaginable mentor as she navigates her lineage, her passion for a villain, and unstoppable events that leave her with a heart-wrenching divulge the truth of her circumstance to the man she’s fallen in love with all over again or abandon him to a torturous fate. And three centuries searching for a life forgotten.

Author Introduction

CHARISSA WEAKS is an award-winning author of romantic and historical fantasy. She crafts stories with time travel, myth, magick, and the occasional apocalyptic quest.Charissa resides just south of Nashville with her family, two wrinkly English Bulldogs, and the sweetest German Shepherd in existence. When she’s not writing, you can find Charissa lost in a good book or digging through four-hundred-year-old texts for research. To keep up with her writing endeavors and to gain access to writing freebies and book giveaways, join her newsletter, The Monthly Courant or join her facebook group, Rebel Readers.


No Catalog

Original Summary

No Original Summary