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The Vow That Twisted Fate

The Vow That Twisted Fate

by Katherine D. Graham

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Overview

A world without evil is all Queen Arlena has ever known. But when an ominous pentagram appears in the sky, her innocent days of blissful court life, playing politics with other races, and daydreaming of marrying the stoic elven prince Talen come to an abrupt end.

When an eerily familiar phantasm warns her of the imminent collision of a parallel world ruled by an ancient sorceress, Arlena must confront the true nature of not only her own world, but her very existence.

Calling a company of legendary dwarven warriors forward into her time, Arlena and her allies must brave a world they are completely unprepared for in order to save their own. Will the naïve Queen and her companions be able to stop the invasion without being forever changed in the process?

--The Vow That Twisted Fate is a stand-alone NA (New Adult) Epic Fantasy. This book placed as one of five fantasy finalists in the 2021 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, and is a 5-star rated IndieReader Approved Novel--


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162535119
Publisher: Katherine Bowen
Publication date: 07/09/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 655,404
File size: 689 KB

About the Author

Katherine D. Graham is a self-published Fantasy author from Tennessee, USA. Katherine has been
writing as a hobby since childhood. She self-published two YA Novels (Y.P.C. Agent 99.0 and Age of the
Vampires: A New Age Rises) as a hobby while refining her craft, which are no longer on the market.

Katherine’s debut self-published Fantasy novel, The Vow That Twisted Fate, is the first self-published
novel launching her writing career as an adult Fantasy author.

Katherine holds a BA Foreign Language/Lit: Japanese from the University of Memphis in Tennessee. She
worked for the Memphis Public Library and Information Center in her college years, and is still a vocal
supporter of the Friends of the Memphis Public Library.

In addition to the library system, Katherine actively raises support for the St Jude Children’s Research
Hospital, The House of Mews cat sanctuary, the Memphis Zoo, and Swim Across America.
Katherine loves adventures, especially traveling. She also enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time
with her family and three cats.

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