Tournament of Chance by S.G. Rogers

Tournament of Chance 
Suzanne G. Rogers

(My review copy received from the author for honest review)

Tournament of Chance is the story of a young woman, Heather, who dreams of becoming royalty. What she doesn’t expect is the biases the monarchy hold against the common folk like her, until she learns King Chance’s archery tournament, the one she dreams of winning, is rigged. King Chance really has no intention of ever letting a commoner win, despite the promises he’s made. Heather doesn’t know that her loss will spark a revolution, and that her whole life will be spent trying to stop that revolution. Nor that it will lead her to her true love, and her biggest loss.

Because of a mishap in an enchanted cavern, her life becomes chaotic then, and thrust through time, her life is lived in bits and pieces that will have her trying to piece it back together. Her decisions will affect the entire course of her world’s history.

I just finished this novel this week and enjoyed it very much. It has some very funny moments (like the one I posted earlier this week) and some that left me in tears. My honest review is that I’ve read so much of Ms. Rogers‘ work I can’t help but look forward to each new title. I’ve come to love her work and lament she can’t write faster! *laughs* So maybe I’m a little biased, but this one well, it left me in tears and cheering for Heather all the same.

Would you like to know what happens? If so, Tournament of Chance is available at Amazon.

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