Wednesday, 24 April 2019

Fate's Star - Elizabeth Vaughan


Kindle Edition, 470 p
Expected publication: April 23rd 2019 by Birch Cove Press
Series: Chronicles of the Warlands 0
Fantasy romance
for review

My Thoughts
I have never any of these in order so it is fitting that the last bok is the first book, but to be fair, this one was just published ;)

Verice is an Elf living in human lands and he has been a baron there for quite some time. He is honorable, takes care of those who live on his lands and kind. But oh man, or oh elf, when he sees Warna it does seem like he forgets he has a brain.

Warna is fleeing war and comes to Tassinic. And what can I say, he just carries her away. Not for any nefarious reasons, now he is all, pretty voice, must protect! Men! Elves! Of course she is all what do you want?! I mean who wouldn't be. But Like I said, he is honorable and kind. So obviously these two fall in lust and love. And she is so capable so she saves his barony too.

There is another couple mentioned too, that just felt weird. I (thanks to someone) worked out that they will star in a new series, but at this moment it mostly felt like I had missed a book in this series. Hush hush, I will say nothing more about them.

Not that much happens in a way. There is no war or fighting. Considering there is a war going on. It is more a book about these two falling in love and him learning to see past something that happened. A sweet book.


Blurb
Her family dead, her home destroyed, all she has left are her wits and her songs...

When the flames of civil war rage across the Kingdom of Palins, Warna of Farentell has no choice but to flee to the neighboring Barony of Tassinic. The daughter of a wealthy merchant, raised to run a noble house in the hope of a good marriage, she watches her future burn with the rest of her homeland. 

Elven Lord of a human Barony, betrayed and attacked by those he thought to trust...

Verice of Tassinic has suffered the wounds of war, knowing loss and betrayal at the hands of those he trusted most. He buries himself in work and duty, behind emotional walls as high as those of his castle, rather than risk more pain. While dealing with a kingdom in political and economic turmoil, he "rescues" Warna only to discover that the helpless human woman is anything but. Before he knows it, she is deep within the defenses of his heart, forcing him to confront his grief, his distrust, and the scars of his past...and maybe even steal his heart in the process. (less)


24 comments:

  1. hmm an interesting way to read a series Blodeuedd :)
    nice review

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  2. I havea trilogy by this author but I haven't tried it yet

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  3. It sounds pretty good and I like the cover.

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  4. elf living on human lands, sounds interesting

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  5. Nothing wrong with sweet. And she saves his barony - well good on her.

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  6. surprised it was just sweet. Maybe the next book will be bloody

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  7. I haven't heard of this series before. Interesting that the series seems to work out of order. Glad you enjoyed it!

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    1. It is more since they are written out of order

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  8. Seems like it's a romance above all else, which is good if that's your thing :) The cover is really cheesy though, lol.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Lol, it does portray the feel of the book

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  9. I've got older books by her, but haven't picked one up yet. Ha! I get books out of order all the time.

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  10. Out of ORDER??!! What? But this one sounds good. Thanks!

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  11. What...I've not read a series out of order like that..lol

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