Cover design by Fern Lee
Duke the Hall
A Royal Powers story
A yuletide wedding brings tidings of comfort, joy… and peril.
Eighteen months ago, Tarik Jaso, Duke of Arles, would have been thrilled if Sander Fiala, Duke of Roses, sank beneath the waves along with his stupid boat.
That was then.
Now, Tarik can’t wait to head out on a private sail with Sander—a sail that will culminate in a highly public, politically significant wedding. Their union will be the first one between North and South Abarran royalty in centuries. If all goes to plan, it will usher in a new era of peace and cooperation between their countries.
But as the big day approaches, their meticulous arrangements begin to fall apart. Can Sander and Tarik weather the storm of political opposition, familial objection, and outright betrayal to reach the altar at last?
Duke the Hall is a 40,000 word M/M superhero rom-com featuring two dukes determined to tie the knot, relatives both helpful and annoying, spiteful thunderstorms, superhero sabotage, and hints that things are not all they seem.
Note: Duke the Hall is not a stand-alone story. It’s the sequel to Duking It Out and as such contains spoilers for the earlier book.
I absolutely loved this sequel to Duking it Out! I highly highly recommend this sweet, funny, low-angst read.
A sweet yet emotional read of courage, love and revenge.
I loved this sequel as a follow up to Duking It Out. It definitely proves that planning a wedding can be stressful especially with superpowers involved.