View our feature on Elizabeth Vaughan's Destiny's Star. A return to the world of the Warlands... Bethral, a beautiful warrior, and Ezren, a quick-witted storyteller, are confronted with a civil war and a tribe or warriors with their own code of honor and their own rules of pleasure and... show more
View our feature on Elizabeth Vaughan's Destiny's Star. A return to the world of the Warlands... Bethral, a beautiful warrior, and Ezren, a quick-witted storyteller, are confronted with a civil war and a tribe or warriors with their own code of honor and their own rules of pleasure and partnership. To stay alive they must learn new customs, confront their enemies, and conceal Ezren's fiery power.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 6th 2010
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
, Fantasy Romance
Series: Epic of Palins (#3)
That was a rather satisfying end. I felt satisfied but still wanted more, just the kind of ending you want really. I'm not sure if this is the first book or not, through out the book we had glimpses of this 'previous adventure' the re-callings were vague enough to make me think that they were just r...
I did enjoy this one, Bethral, the lady warrior and Ezran Silvertongue, storyteller with wild magic coursing through his veins, find themselves in the plains trying to work out how to control his power and stay alive. The people of the Plains live a very rigid life and their intrusion is unwelcome....
I really enjoyed the first two books in this series but I read them in 2008 and 2009 respectively so when I started Destiny's Star I had no clear recollection of the previous stories other than knowing that I liked them. This book is not a stand alone and cannot be understood or enjoyed without fir...
This is book 3 but you can read it as a standalone novel. I read book 2 two years ago and I had forgotten some things but thanks to the book I was soon up to speed on things. Because each of these books are about a new woman. I actually read book 2 first, then book 1 and then this one (you know how ...
I liked that this book brought us back to the people of the plains who I quite liked from the Warprize series. There were lots of interesting personalities and the story of Bethral and Ezren comes full circle. I hope that Elizabeth Vaughan writes more stories tying the two worlds together.