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I’m finally getting back to review this last book in the original Nine Kingdoms trilogy.
Princess of the Sword : Lynn Kurland :
Preview — Princess of the Sword by Lynn Kurland. This character definitely got dumber as the story progressed. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. I learned more and more about the depth of his character as the two of them found themselves in one impossible situation after another. When they finally get to the well – surprisingly – it felt too soon and too quickly resolved considering how major a plot point it’s been throughout the series. 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.
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Apparently, you need to read this series in order. Sep 13, Jessica rated it it was ok. Even though he was annoying and arrogant he at least added some variety to the characters.
Open Preview See a Problem? Kuroand what comes next devolves fro 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.
It took a while to really get going, and like kkrland second book in the series, it repeats itself a bit too much, but still very enjoyable.
A Scandal in Battersea. The Crown of the Queen. The story clearly opens right where the previous book left off, with Miach and Morgan about to sneak into a wizard school. Feb 12, Ashley Daviau rated it it was amazing. Jun 14, Lisa rated it liked it. It did wrap up all neat and tidy with minimal casualties, but for some reaso I really enjoyed this series for several reasons.
Books by Lynn Kurland. I was going to give this book a two star on a grudging 2.
Through all 3 books we’ve been hearing about Miach’s big enemy, Lothar. It all seemed to end too easily, as if all the build up on how terrible it all would be to capture the evil doer Lothar and cap the well oozing magical evil was for nothing when they did it without barely getting a hair out of place.
Princess of the Sword (Nine Kingdoms, #3) by Lynn Kurland
Other books in the series. No trivia or quizzes swodr. From start to finish, this book flies by with even more plot twists can we please talk about HOW Kurland manages to keep doing this?!?!
I laughed and I cried during this book, and I also sat in my chair very very tense during swordfights and all the magic being thrown around by mage’s at the highest level.
To do so, she must race against time and find the spell that will allow her to close the well of evil he opened.
Yeah, the super powerful queen who forged it is still alive so we’ll just make it again, but not to worry, Morgan won’t actually use it to save the day, she’ll cast a single spell then have the men do the rest. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.
There was a bit too much focus on the romance for me, though. Thanks Selena for the recommendation!
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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. If she has so much courage and is strong enough to bear Weger’s mark which is repeated nauseatingly often then the woman kurlsnd be able to face her fear of magic and master it, not just do the bare minimum. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We are experiencing technical difficulties.