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The Cursed Kingdom by @AimeeShaye | Book Tour and #Giveaway | #NewAdult #Fantasy

The Cursed Kingdom Series by Aimee Shaye is on virtual book tour. The new adult fantasy stops at Readeropolis with an excerpt from The D...

The Cursed Kingdom Series by Aimee Shaye is on virtual book tour.

The new adult fantasy stops at Readeropolis with an excerpt from The Dead Daughter.

Be sure to enter for a chance to win the giveaway for a signed copy of BOTH The Broken Daughter + The Dead Daughter and a Princess Survival Pack with 2 costume grade tiaras, a Princess-style garter and a Princess Themed Wine Glass. Follow the Silver Dagger book tour (for other dates see the link at the bottom of the post).

The Broken Daughter
The Cursed Kingdom Book 1
by Aimee Shaye
Genre: New Adult Fantasy 

Long ago, magick filled the land of Dramolux. But one sorceress delved too deep into dark sorcery and tainted the creatures inhabiting the land. In an effort to save all creatures, a noble sentinel locked the dark powers away. For generations, the dark ones were controlled, passed down to those who ruled the sentinel kingdom. All is peaceful until the newest sentinel queen is murdered and all the magick is released back into the world. It is now up to her daughter, Princess Aymeri--who has no knowledge of what she truly is--to recapture it. But another dark sorceress is on the rise. She wants to lay claim to the magick and wield it herself, in an effort to take all of Dramolux under her control. The odds are against Aymeri and the magick the sorceress wants is evil. Aymeri must prepare to battle or die fighting for the survival of her people.

**Only .99cents!! **

The Dead Daughter
The Cursed Kingdom Book 2 

She was born an ill-fated princess. She was destined to be a savior.

Princess Kumud Maudlin of Treoles is a rescued prisoner of her own castle after twenty-three years of seclusion. Now that she has a second chance of life, thanks to her rescuer–and sister-Queen Aymeri, she must learn to speak with her words and control the wayward magick inside of her.

Meanwhile, the evil Empress Dimia is advancing toward Treoles with a vengeance for the magick guarded by Kumud’s sentinel sister, and ruler of Treoles.

Will Princess Kumud control her magick and help Treoles retaliate or will Treoles fall before it even stands a chance?

**Only .99 cents!!**

I am many things but normal is not one of them,” says Aimee Shaye when asked to describe herself. She is a novelist whose genres include Fantasy and all its subgenres. When asked what drives her, Aimee says, “The world around me. The people I know. The love and support of my family." Aimee is a family-driven person and enjoys meeting and getting to know her readers. She is full of life and down-to-earth. She has a personality that fills the room. More than that, Aimee is someone people easily open up to. Her passion for life, reading, and writing are evident in her novels and she leaves no stone unturned in showcasing real emotions even in a fantasy world.

Readers from all of the world enjoy reading her novels which are suitable for all ages, despite her characters being in their late teens and early twenties

Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway!

Signed Copy of BOTH The Broken Daughter + The Dead Daughter 
and a Princess Survival Pack with 2 costume grade tiaras,
Princess-style garter & Princess Themed Wine Glass

The Dead Daughter – A piece of Chapter 4

Kumud’s left shoulder ached and burned as she fell to her knees in pain. She gritted her teeth and grunted while she placed her hand on her shoulder to calm the pain. Drystan was at her side in mere seconds and coached her to breath while he assured her the pain would soon pass. She could barely move her left arm as the pain surged through her as though someone used a sharp, hot object to carve her flesh. Without an explanation, she knew it was her very own rune, just like Aymeri had between her shoulder blades. Before the pain became too intense, Lady Breya placed a hand over the shoulder that ached and the pain vanished. 

Kumud looked up at her in askance. “I am Fae,” Lady Breya stated. “My kind are known for using nature and natural instincts. My abilities allow me to soothe.”

Kumud smiled brightly. Why were magickal creatures thought to be dangerous when so many were harmless? She had a lot to learn about the magick that had once been banned, but one thing was for sure: all parties were misunderstood. 

By the time they finished sparring, the sun started to set and Ser Racquol called upon them for dinner. Although Racquol was King Drystan’s royal adviser, he had taken to help Aymeri as well. In the past few months, Kumud had become quite fond of him--in a friendly way. She still had to get accustomed to the people of the palace, especially the men. After everything Ser Parzival did to her, she was peculiar about who she wanted around.

“Congratulations on your rune, Princess.” Ser Racquol held out his arm to escort her back into the palace.

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