Wardance (Chronicles of the Warlands) [Elizabeth Vaughan] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Spring returns to the Plains, and with it, the. All is not well in Xy. There is a faction of nobles who are plotting against the Queen and her barbarian warlord, heath. As cultures clash and tempers flare, Heath. The Chronicles of the Warlands book series by Elizabeth Vaughan includes books Warprize, Warsworn, Warlord, and several more. See the complete.
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For the first couple chapters it was “Kier” and then for the rest of the book it was “Keir”. And a bit slow.
Chronicles of the Warlands
Xymund did not turn. But that was actually kind of pivotal to the way some of the reveals play out. The Warlord and his “Firelanders” have the Xy castle gates surrounded and King Xymund and Warlord Keir must meet privately to discuss the terms in order to achieve “true peace”. Let me tell you a little about the story.
I’m not sure – lol. Aug 21, Minni Mouse rated it it was amazing Shelves: They are intricately choreographed dances that were beautifully described. Other books in the series. She takes her wqrlands very seriously, even giving aid to her injured enemies. Xylara is the princess of Xy, but not the heir.
Trivia About Warprize Chroni Related book awards P. I have to admit that I had great expectations for this novel despite the cover so maybe that’s why I have been a little disappointed. Mar 24, Tink Magoo is bad at reviews rated it it was amazing Shelves: All any of us can do Nov 27, Holly wralands it really liked it Shelves: The beauty of the book is simply in the storytelling and Vaughan is it’s most gifted sage.
Series: The Chronicles of the Warlands
I should have dumped this book back at the library with a scowl! Loved every minute of this chick-fantasy. View all 4 comments. Lara is such a selfless person and so strong willed, that she would do anything to keep her kingdom safe, and so agrees to become the warprize.
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Sign me up to get more news warpands Romance books. There is lots of drama and heartbreak, plenty of political intrigues, and the ending it not for the weak of heart.
The Warprize was such a fantastic read, and I would put it up with my favorites list by far. I really like the first.
Recommended to Sunny by: We quickly see how her guards and even her enemy patients recognize and quickly respect that quality in her. Besides, Lara and Keir are so perfect together! Initially I was aware that it could have played out in so many “been there warlnads that a billion times” ways, but it was so fresh and sparkling. The story goes like this. View all 8 comments. Now warlans quite some time I kept putting these books off, but I finally decided I needed to try it.
Warprize Chronicles of the Warlands, Book 1 By: They are at war, with the firelanders. If an author can do that and I don’t even like this style I need the heat! It was good, moved slowly, but didn’t so slowly I wanted to harm people. Howard in his Conan books and makes for a satisfying escapist read with its enjoyable romance between a plucky, near-naked heroine and a truly heroic hero.
It was a solid first novel of a series and I am looking forward to continue reading this series. If you’re a fan of arranged marriage stories like I am — especially with plot elements like a medieval setting, culture shock, and sweet romances — then you should definitely give this a try.
The romance is tame but still kept me interested. Add to basket failed.
So she does the right thing, and becomes the Warprize. Overall, it was an amazing read – one I’d definitely recommend: The Chronicles of the Warlands Series by cover. Perhaps on a rainy day. There is an absolute equality between men and women, warlnds are all warriors. What really makes this book work is the Warlord’s culture and his desire warlxnds merge with the Warprize’s very different culture. Recommended to Kay by: No prophecies, no magic, no fey folk, n I adore stories about falling in love after arranged marriages.
On a funny note, every time they referred to Xylara as the ‘tribute’ the Warlord was demanding, I kept having visions of Xylara emerging from a crowd of villagers and staring defiantly at the Warlord, saying: This wasn’t an overly graphic war story, no descriptive battle scenes, nor was the sex overly explicit.
I’ve seen romances with too much inner dialogue where the heroine stews and wrings her hand endlessly. I loved the gypsy feel of the Plains people.