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Dai Pryce
The King's Daughter
Dai Pryce, author
Wales 1294 . . . a hated English king, a country in violent rebellion against him, and a sixteen-year-old from Virginia Beach badly out of her depth. Following the death of her Navy SEAL father in Afghanistan, Megan Lynch is packed off to a new school in a new country. “Go stay with your grandmother in Wales, it’ll keep you out of trouble,” her mother had declared. In her mom’s defense, she could never have predicted the remarkable events that unfolded in the ruins of Flint Castle that afternoon. She certainly wouldn’t have known about the strange Welshman or the pendant he gave Megan. Even then, if it hadn’t been for the encounter with a local bully, Megan might still be wandering around the ruins of a thirteenth century castle, instead of a fully functioning medieval one. Her striking similarity to the king's daughter is initially her saving grace, but the inability to speak Norman French arouses suspicions, and she knows her luck cannot last. Thankfully, help is at hand in the shape of handsome young knight’s squire named Hugh, who has a secret of his own.