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Keep her inside. Keep her alive.
Blake Suttone has a stomach full of grief and no food. A decade of famine has taken its toll on the splintered kingdom, but it is the merchants who suffer most. A wall stands between the hungry and the food, and the kingdom’s defenders stand guard atop it. Desperate times lead to desperate acts, and Blake will do whatever is necessary to ensure her family survives. But a growing attachment to a certain commander was never part of the plan. Now the man protecting the walls seems determined to guard her too.
Commander Harlan Wright was raised on a diet of training and discipline. His mind is calloused and his heart closed. These are not faults in a defender but assets. Harlan’s path is clear, until he meets a merchant girl who pulls him in a dangerous new direction. Blake might be a fighter, but she is fighting a losing battle. As the walls continue to go up, Harlan must choose between head and heart, duty, and love.
This is the first book in the medieval dystopian series Kingdom of Walls. If you enjoy high-emotion romance with plenty of action, then this dark star-crossed lovers tale is for you.
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A nice little romance
I like both main characters and the Secondary characters had just enough backstory not to same two dimensional
The only gripe I really have is that the story takes place in The capital city of a kingdom and you have a evil prince
The story would’ve been better placed in a backwater
With the villain being a dukes Third son or a
Baron Second or third son
I’m going to buy another one of your books
I like a decent romance especially when the guy isn’t just a idiot and the girl is someone I respect and can really root for and she has real world problems and she tries to solve them and fails because everybody falls down sometimes And she gets back up