Thursday, 21 March 2019

Lonen's reign - Jeffe Kennedy

Kindle Edition, 151 pages
Expected publication: March 20th 2019 by Brightlynx
Series: Sorcerous Moons #6
Fantasy romance
for review

My Thoughts
And then the end came. I do feel that this could have been a trilogy, but hey it works. Novellas are at least very fast to read.

Lonen and Oria are to be married. Lonen's ass of a brother has been take care of, but all is not as it seems. Oria has control of her powers and Chuffta is suddenly a very big dragon. All is well.

Except for evil sorcerers and Oria's evil brother destroying Lonen's people. You know what that means, waaaaar! Huh, I must say, that was not a long war. But it worked really well when I though about it. A fitting way to do it.

I mean this is a novella, I can not really say a lot. Wedding and war. Getting things on, getting things done.

A nice end to this series. This one felt very light in a way. It also made me even more curious about those evil Trom.

The end

Blurb
The sorceress Oria has finally come into her own—able to wield the power of her birthright and secure in the marriage she once believed would bring her only misery. But the past she escaped still chases her, and the certainty of war promises to destroy everything she’s fought to have.

An Impossible War
Once before Lonen led an army in a desperate attempt to stop the powerfully murderous sorcerers of Bára—and he nearly lost everything. Now he must return to the battlefield that took the lives of so many of his people. Only this time he has more to risk than ever.

The Final Conflict
With guile, determination—and unexpected allies—Oria and Lonen return to the place where it all began… and only hope that it won’t also be the end of them.


20 comments:

  1. I still need to read Jeffe Kennedy. This sounds like a series that I would like.

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  2. I LOVE your reviews. I wish we were in the room chatting friends because you are so real. You ROCK xo

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    1. Awwww, thank YOU! That does mean the world to me :D I always feel that everyone else is so professional, but I just can not be like that. This is how I roll

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  3. Loved your summary: “ Wedding and war, getting things on, getting things done.” Ha ha! Too funny.

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  4. I've never read any of her books but I have one on my shelf.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  5. That horse's back leg is SUPER pumped!

    But yes...weddings and war are fun ;)

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  6. Yay for good, light endings even if you are still curious.

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    1. But I am still happy to leave everything as it is :)

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  7. Yeah, I don't usually pick up the novellas in a series because I just feel like nothing much happens in them, but if you are a fan of the series then they make nice little extras.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  8. I can't say I'm a serious fan of novellas, but I'm glad you enjoyed this one, and have been a fan of the series. Hugs...RO

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  9. I've enjoyed this series too. I don't mind more novella length stories, as long as I get the full story.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Books of My Heart

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  10. Novellas always leave me wanting more.

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  11. Yea! Glad it had a good ending!

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