Kiss of the Swan by Natalina Reis

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Kiss of the Swan by Natalina Reis
Genre – Fantasy Romance
Page Count – 172
Cover Designer – Adrijana Cernic
Once upon a time there was a captive queen who fell in love with a tormented hero.
When Cathal follows his cruel brother into the sacred and forbidden Swan Island, he walks straight into the hands of the King’s swans and the heart of their beautiful queen.
Eala lives in a gilded cage, a puppet controlled by the king of Nem. She wants nothing else but to be free from the king’s clutches and to live happily ever after in Cathal’s arms.
While Cathal is determined to break Eala out of her cage even if he dies trying, Eala is driven by the desire to protect him and her people at all costs.
Destiny, however, has other plans.
Secrets, long hidden and forgotten, resurface as Eala and Cathal realize nothing is what it seems except their love for each other.
Will Cathal be able to free his queen without dooming himself and her people to a life of pain and misery?
Kiss of the Swan is a reimagined and fractured fairy tale drawing from stories such as Sleeping Beauty and the Tale of the Six Swans. Let the magic of the swans fill your heart and leave you breathless.


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Natalina Reis is an international bestseller who wrote her first romance at the age of thirteen. Since then she has published many romances that defy the boundaries of her genre. She enjoys writing all kinds of rebels and outcasts into her stories and she always roots for the underdog.

Natalina doesn’t believe you can have too many books or too much coffee. Art and dance make her happy and she is pretty sure she could survive on lobster and bananas alone. When she is not writing or stressing over lesson plans, she shares her life with her husband and two adult sons.

Author Interview with Natalina Reis



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