THE FALSE PRINCESS by Eilis O'Neal
Sinda has been raised as a princess but finds out that she's only been a stand in to keep the real princess safe. Then she finds out that her and the princess may not be the only ones who've been lied to.
This book blooms like a flower, starting with Sindas's internal identity struggle and ending with a struggle for her whole kingdon. Wonderfully plotted, and her love interest, Keirnan, is loyal and wonderful...the most totally crush worthy guy I've read in a while.
My only regret is that I bought it on Audible, but now my library already has it...So, check it out. Your library might surprise you too.
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Anyone else read this yet? What about the Debut Author's challenge? Any suggestions?