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The Lodestar of Ys - Amy Rae Durreson
The Lodestar of Ys
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Sjurd is convinced that Celyn of Ys is the most irritating man alive. It’s a good thing that Celyn is engaged to Sjurd’s brother, not him, because Sjurd loathes the brat, and it’s quite mutual. When an elopement and the threat of invasion force the two princes together, however, they have no... show more
Sjurd is convinced that Celyn of Ys is the most irritating man alive. It’s a good thing that Celyn is engaged to Sjurd’s brother, not him, because Sjurd loathes the brat, and it’s quite mutual. When an elopement and the threat of invasion force the two princes together, however, they have no choice but to marry and fake true love to keep their countries safe. Can warrior Sjurd and diplomat Celyn find any common ground?Word count: 46,051This story was written as a part of the M/M Romance Group's "Love Has No Boundaries" event. Group members were asked to write a story prompt inspired by a photo of their choice. Authors of the group selected a photo and prompt that spoke to them and wrote a short story.
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Format: ebook
Pages no: 138
Edition language: English
Series: Love Has No Boundaries
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Mammarella
Mammarella rated it
5.0 The Lodestar of Ys
I ended up calling Sjurd Squirt Squid "Sword". I can't get past Sjurd *sigh*~~*~~ I want to read this book for a long long time. Or at least another 2-3 hundred pages :)The story slowed down considerably towards the middle of the book, but it was never boring. It reminded me of Kirby Crow's "The Ped...
Mammarella
Mammarella rated it
5.0 The Lodestar of Ys
I ended up calling Sjurd Squirt Squid "Sword". I can't get past Sjurd *sigh*~~*~~ I want to read this book for a long long time. Or at least another 2-3 hundred pages :)The story slowed down considerably towards the middle of the book, but it was never boring. It reminded me of Kirby Crow's "The Ped...
The Novel Approach Reviews
The Novel Approach Reviews rated it
5.0 The Lodestar of Ys
It’s hard to imagine that a one-hundred-thirty-eight page novella could be described as epic, but that’s exactly what The Lodestar of Ys is, set in a larger-than-life world where ships fly and islands float; where two heroes rush headlong into the fray to battle the enemy, not because they are fearl...
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