Lara of Xy and her Warlord, Keir of the Cat, have been through much together. Lara abandoned her lands and people for love of him. She adopted his ways and learned of his tribe. Together they have faced plague and insurgency -- and despite these struggles, they have known happiness and joy. Now... show more
Lara of Xy and her Warlord, Keir of the Cat, have been through much together. Lara abandoned her lands and people for love of him. She adopted his ways and learned of his tribe. Together they have faced plague and insurgency -- and despite these struggles, they have known happiness and joy. Now they face their most arduous task: Keir must take Lara into the Heart of the Plains, and introduce her as the Warprize to the warrior-priests. She must be tested--questioned, examined, watched--and must find favor with the warrior-priests and the tribe's elders before they will confirm her as a true Warprize. But in Lara's heart there are doubts--for what if she is found wanting? Will Keir give up everything he knows to be with his Warprize?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 6th 2007
Publisher: Tor Paranormal Romance
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Chronicles of the Warlands (#3)
In the third installment, The Warlord, we continue from the second book, they are entering the Plains of the Firelanders, and this installment will prove Keir and Lara and the love they have for each other. Neither of them will be tested as in the WARLORD. Because not only will Lara have to prove he...
That was interesting. As a whole, I enjoyed the series very much. Unfortunately, I'm left feeling kind of disappointed in the ending. It was abrupt and left me with no impression of what the future may hold for Lara and Keir. There should be another book to complete this story, where Lara proves to ...
The Plains, they hold beauty, fearsome animals, and a people just as beautiful and fierce as the land they roam. Lara and Keir are separated for most of Warlord. There is a lot of political maneuverings, some subtle and some blatant. As Lara struggles to figure out the Firelanders customs she holds ...
This book is just as good as the first two! This one focuses more on Lara than it does Keir and it has a few parts that will rip your heart out again. Vaughan writes some very emotional books. This book has some 'sexy bits' in it. Overall, great book.