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Friday, May 15, 2020

Check It Out: Daughter of No One






Daughter of No One by Sam Ledel
Book One of the Odium Trilogy
Fantasy LGBT+ Romance

Princess Aurelia's dreams of a life full of love and adventure become even more alluring when she meets village outcast Jastyn. Aurelia refuses to deny her attraction even after an unexpected attack on her family catapults her into the center of the Kingdom of Venostes's sinister intrigues.

Jastyn Cipher despises the royal family. After all, they are responsible for the exile of her mother and their life at the bottom of the social rung. She refuses to acknowledge her attraction to Princess Aurelia even when she is forced to seek help from the royal family when her sister falls gravely ill.

While the circumstances of birth might keep them apart, fate seems determined to bring them together. When Aurelia is kidnapped, she and Jastyn must face their enemies, fae and human, if they want to survive.



5 out of 5 fairies

Daughter of No One will keep you enthralled. The worst part of this is when it ended - I wasn't ready to leave Jastyn and Aurelia and Venostes behind. Aurelia is far from your typical princess, and Jastyn has a fire burning in her. Together they make a brilliant duo, and their story will keep you on the edge of your seat. It's easy to lose yourself in the pages of this book, and I highly recommend it for fantasy lovers.





Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: Sam Ledel grew up in the sprawling DFW Metroplex of Texas. After graduating with her B.A. in Creative Writing, she found a calling in Special Education and has worked in the field for nine years, including during her time in Peru serving in the Peace Corps.

Currently residing in Southern California, Ledel enjoys being able to write while living near the beach, usually with a cup of coffee in hand, and her Jack Russell Terrier snuggled close by.

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