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Apr 29, Lissa rated it liked it. If I Had You. Nov 04, Li rated it it was amazing Shelves: And this was a decent ending to the story even though the final conflict was a bit too easy to call it anything kurlwnd to epic.
The fate of the kingdom of Neroche is intertwined with the closing of Gair’s well.
There was more darkness than expected and along with it more suffering and responsibility. I just plain loved this series. Somehow during high school, in between bouts of Verdi and Rossini, ukrland managed to find time to submerge herself in equal parts Tolkien, Barbara Cartland and Mad Magazine.
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And kurlannd big conflict ended so early that I thought it was a false victory for a while. Unfortunately what comes next devolves fro Ptincess it comes to fantasy and romance, I obsessively read an entire series from start to finish especially when the first book was as good as Star of the Morning the first in this trilogybut in this case I wish i hadn’t bothered.
When it comes to fantasy and romance, I obsessively read an entire series from start to finish especially when the first book was as good as Star of the Morning the first in this trilogybut in this case I wish i hadn’t bothered.
Princess of the Sword (Nine Kingdoms, #3) by Lynn Kurland
A Promise of Fire. Born out of a “fantasy world This is all I ask. The story clearly opens right where the previous book left off, with Miach and Morgan about to sneak into a wizard school. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. The only redeeming thing about this final book was the secondary characters.
Maybe I’m bloodthirsty sometimes. The Beauty of Darkness. The Snows of Windroven. Stars in Your Eyes. Review quote Praise for Princess of the Sword “Kurland has created a spellbinding, witty, and sweet paranormal romance.
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Sins of the Soul. Dec 03, Pages. Aug 31, Erin rated it it was ok Shelves: However, the fantasy world – while built enough for its purposes – is light. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Return to Book Page. This trilogy deals with the same main characters, rather than a new couple every book, so I definitely came in during the final act.
One of my favorite fantasy series ever. And when it was finally happening, I honestly thought it was a dream sequence.
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During college, a chance encounter with a large library stack of romances left her hooked, gave her the courage to put pen to paper herself, and finally satisfied that need for a little bit of fantasy with a whole lot of romance! At times it seemed it was a bit orincess and dragged along.
One of my pet peeves in reading a book in a series is when the book provides no background and instead just princes where the previous book left off. Morgan is finally comfortable in her skin and though she’s still adjusting to the different parts of herself, she’s becoming the woman she was meant to be.
She can’t come to terms with her own magic, is incapable of defending herself against lynj physically or magically and doesn’t face any of her fears, even during the final confrontation at the well.
Jan 06, Pages. Jan 28, Liz rated it really liked it. You can kind of tell that even the author doesn’t completely buy the premise because she has them get caught before they can get too far, even before the vow to stop it. Pgincess learned more and more about the depth of his character as the two of them found themselves in one impossible situation after another.
Preview — Princess of the Sword by Lynn Kurland. Jan 31, Gilles rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am sad it is over. The Brush of Black Wings. And the really beautiful part of it is that my admiration for him grew steadily throughout the three books with the story of Miach and Morgan. It really felt like a betrayal of the character, as well as the reader, having Morgan go all indecisive.
Morgan is a heroine who plunges into danger, but she is also one who is very prepared to face it. I’m finally getting back to review this last book in the original Nine Kingdoms trilogy.