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Publisher's Summary

Geoffrey is the orphaned prince of Kaveg. He has chosen to follow a quest to find the fabled "queen with his own heart" who will heal his land. Nanda is an American stage combat choreographer just searching for a reason to live. They find each other, and they lose each other. Together, can they both find what they're looking for?
©2015 Gwendolyn Druyor (P)2015 Gwendolyn Druyor
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5 out of 5 stars
By Johannaber's on 04-03-16

Wonderful Dragon - Romance - Storyline - Very Good

What did you love best about Geoffrey's Queen?

It took me a few chapters to understand that the journals were going back and forth (from America to Kaveg. Once I understood, the action was captivating. I love the details given for the fighting and practice martial art forms. Very clear to visualize. Kaveg was easy to create in my mind thanks to the author's great writing skills.

Which character – as performed by Gwendolyn Druyor – was your favorite?

Nanda was my favorite character. Annie the dragon was fun. I just love audiobooks where the author reads their own work. The inflection is perfect because it is read the way it is intended.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I really wanted to keep listening to this story. I know I look funny standing still in my front yard...just gazing at nothing while listening to a very good scene. I am going to purchase Hardt’s Tale. I really want to know what happened before Geoffrey and Nanda. I want to know more about the blood price and Mobious.

Any additional comments?

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Adriana B on 02-24-16

Intricate Time Travel Story

If you are looking for an easy laid back read that you can multitask listening to it, this is not the book for you. I decided to get the kindle version to go along with this audiobook. I was having a hard time keeping up with this twisted tale at first but once I gave my full attention to it, things started making a little bit more sense.

Each chapter starts with diary entries from one of the two main characters Nanda and Geoffrey. Geoffrey shows up in modern day Chicago/Colorado with memories from his time spent with Nanda in Kaveg, but she does not know him. Nanda time travels to the kingdom called Kaveg where she finds Geoffery but he does not know her then! Although Nada has memories of their time in modern day America together. It is a well woven tale that needs our full attention.

It was quite frustrating at times trying to understand what was going on and I'm not too happy with Mobious. He has some serious explaining to do.

I love Annie! I wonder where I can get a dragon like her. She is so sweet :)

I was not ready for the book to end when it did. I was actually quite shocked with how things ended up. I'm looking forward to the next book so everything can be straighten out.

The narration was done to perfection! It is an amazing story with adventure, drama and romance.

I received this audiobook from the Author in exchange for my unbiased opinion.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Placid on 01-12-16

An interesting approach to story telling

What did you like most about Geoffrey's Queen?

I like the way the two characters grew throughout the book

What was one of the most memorable moments of Geoffrey's Queen?

When they both realized who Kelly was.

What does Gwendolyn Druyor bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

She brought emphasis to the characters though her narration. She put a great deal of passion into them that print would not have brought out. Her narration was great and added much to the book.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

To realize the frustration that the two characters must have when the book ended and they did not know how their futures would play out.

Any additional comments?

This book was provided to me free of charge in exchange for a review.

The story was hard to follow at first. This is due to the story being told across two worlds and time lines. In each of these one of the characters knew the other but one did not. It reversed itself in the other reality. It took me most of the book bouncing from one world to the other to figure out what was going on and follow the story. It was overall very entertaining and I stuck with it and was glad when I finished the book.

The quest of the young prince to find his queen was to allow him to not only find his love but to grow to manhood as he was not allowed to do in the palace.

The trials he faced and the meeting of the person who ended up as his love was fraught with peril and missteps.

He also learned during this quest about his own people regardless of who or what they were.

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