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    For Crown and Kingdom

    This is a little tricky to rate. I couldn't get through the first novella: Crown for the Queen. It was too wordy and slow paced for me. I did like the second novella: The Undying King. It was well written and engaging.
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    2 Fantasy novellas in one lovely set!

    This is a review for The Crown of the Queen by Jeffe Kennedy, one part of the fantasy duology. This fantasy novella is an interlude of sorts, a bridge between the first three full novels of the Twelve Kingdoms series, and those yet to come. It's told by Dafne - librarian, archivist and counselor to Ursula, one of three sisters who rule in the twelve kingdoms. For a new reader to the series (like myself), or for a longtime fan, it's an excellent review of what has happened to date, while moving the overall story arc forward. Each of the three full novels has featured a complete couple romance, and all the main characters from those are here, as Ursula is made aware by Dafne that she can no longer hesitate in taking her rightful place as Queen. I thought it was a very interesting and well done snapshot of the kingdoms as they are now, with some hints of what's to come in the next story, where Dafne will get a chance at her own happy ending. The worldbuilding is definitely complex but not overwhelming. The reasons for Ursula's hesitation to take her place on the throne are understandable, yet Dafne is able to convince her with her logic and forthrightness of the necessity of acting sooner rather than later. The coronation scene is the finale to this short tale, and the whole story is a delightfully entertaining read. I look forward to the next chapter! 4 stars.

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