Kelly is a woman who decided long ago she wasn’t going to allow her past to handcuff her future. She knows her only way is to get out of her small town is to use her natural beauty to attain something more than the life she was born into. Liam is a man who is loyal to his family. He’s been the man of the house from a young age. His shoulders harness the pressures of everyone around him and he needs to breathe but there is no time. His devotion also opens him up to a heartache of the worst kind. With Kelly in need of leaving and Liam’s loyalty, the two seem destined to destroy one another. However, sometimes fate holds the strongest hand of all.
In true A. M. Johnson style she unfolds a love story which is not without epic walls and deep-seated emotion. Johnson’s Kingdom magically weaves the past with the present in a clever integration of perspective change from first to third and this stylistic choice sets Kingdom apart from most traditional novels. The running trope of a fairy tale turned real life drama also propels Kingdom up unto a pedestal of its own. Johnson’s twist in craft and style is one not to be overlooked. Kelly and Liam’s story is a deep-rooted love prose which is well worth the read.
Kelly Kavanagh was Liam’s happily ever after, his loyal princess. A lifeline to something better than any high school dropout could ever hope for…until the day she left to pursue a dream that didn’t include him and slowly his kingdom crumbled to the ground.
Liam O’Connell was the sun to Kelly’s everlasting moon, her painted prince. A strong and devoted soul to fight the war she was slowly losing against herself…until his promises had become lies and her dream was the only way she would ever survive.
They have more than just miles and time between them now. The twin fortresses they’ve built around their hearts are next to impossible to scale. But, when two parallel fates collide in life and in death, will the impact be powerful enough to break down their self-imposed walls?
Every love story starts with Once Upon a Time, but in real life there are no fairytale endings, and the prince who rescues you…will never wear a crown.
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