Tsabrak returns to Tariff in the hopes that he can help Lythallendar. He learns that the Lifebearer has taken up piracy and is possibly mentally unstable. Refusing to leave his old friend in harms way, the Lashran pirate sets out to find Lythallendar. Action/adventure, romance, fantasy setting.----------This story is COMPLETEApprox. Word Count: 93,184...
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I couldn't finish. Made it to the twentieth chapter before giving up. It was the 'dear one's, little one's, youngling's,' and all the other pet names that finally had me cut bait.This is a free read, so I won't mess with its rating. I appreciate the writer's time and effort, but this was not my cup of tea.
The story continues and so does my enjoyment of this ongoing series. Corben is gone and now we learn how Tsabrack finally wins the love of Lythas. We meet Corben and Lythas' children all grown and moving into their own adventures, as well as Charlotte's children, Nicholas and Morgan.I love the straight forward story. I find it just the right combination of description to get me in the setting and pace to move the story forward without bogging it down.Each chapter is a mini adventure and moves us towards the final outcome. There are trials and sorrows, but what I like the most is that the chracters do not often run off and cause problems for themselves needlessly. They stick together and work towards a common goal.I'm not adept at analyzing what I read, I just know what I enjoy and the reasons for it and this is one of the best.This story, as well as the previous writings, are on my-6-star-favs shelf and I'll be moving on to the next installment in this series, Second Chances.
Despite the blurb, this story is more than about Lythas and Tsabrak. It engulfs a whole slew of characters and their developing relationships and yet you never feel cheated on the details of each. There is a lot of action and more world building but this is definitely a character driven story. There isn't a lot of description of places, it gives just enough for the readers imagination to conjure what they may look like. A few spelling problems and a few cases of a POV switching in the middle of a scene or sentence but for the length of the story and the skill of telling it, it's not enough to detract from it. I'm looking forward to starting the next, which will be in about five minutes. X)
Follows Fate, the first book in the series. Ignorance is a very terrible thing; combined with fear it is an extremely dangerous cocktail indeed,(Don't we see such combinations with the expected consequences in many nations today?) -so it is for the Nandarians, Lythas' people.A series really worth reading.
Ok so I thought I would only read Fate but I loved that one so much I decided to read Determination and well, on to the next one, I realy like the characters in this series they grew on me. For a free read, these are so worth the time to read.
I am totally engrossed in this series. I'm just dying to know what happens next. I was so sad when Coren died, but I'm loving the way all the couples have paired up.