The Lost Princess (The Land of Khys #4)


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Despite being raised by an old peasant woman, Kia grew up with promises that she was a lost princess of Khys, but she couldn’t believe that fairy-tale herself. In her mind, she was just a plain girl—not overly smart, not overly pretty—and certainly nothing about her cried ‘princess’.

Kia indulges the kindly old woman and takes her chance to study among the wise-women in the castle, with the hope that she’ll eventually be able to marry. Along the way, she comes across a badly injured Dragon Master. At the castle, armed with newly learned healing skills, she nurses the injured Dragon Master Eloy back to health. He cannot help but be enthralled by her waifish nature, her fairy-tales, and even the fact that she has never before been spanked.

She quickly learns how a young lady is properly chastised, but at the same time, she creates a bond with the Dragon Master that cannot be denied… Until suspicions begin to arise that her fairy-tales might not be fairy-tales. Is she, in fact, the lost princess? It seems so impossible—but there’s no denying her uncanny resemblance to King Erik. Will this coincidence lead her to be hung as a traitor, or is there any possibly of a happy end? Is claiming her hand beyond the station of the dragon-master? Is he even in love with this newly discovered princess, or was he only in love with the peasant girl that he first met?

This book is the fourth addition in the "Land of Khys" fantasy series.

Book Length: 13 chapters / 48,893 words

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