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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As a Warlord he is quite frightening and yet charismatic. This man, is the warlord, who is demanding that she become his warprize.

Best of all, ot is a series!!!! The entire book kept me interested, but when the romance finally came around, it really knocked it out of the park for me. Ultimately it is her open-mind, kind-heart, and healing talents that revise her destiny. She is never squeamish and talks herself through each injury and what must be done with each patient in the absence of our modern-day medical advances. Generally, I like the books I read to have a warlznds layers of smut in them.

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He wants her for her abilities, she submits to him for her people. We learned a few things about the tribes xhronicles the Plains and the land of Xy but not very much, I guess the world building will be elaborated in later books. Free with day Trial. Because of her royal status, and without any real support from chroniclez half-brother, she has had to prove herself even more and does so successfully with her passion and dedication to her profession.


Other books in the series.

Oh, and a PG-rated adult fantasy book. Yeah, I don’t think the word sex should be used in conjunction with the book.

Series: The Chronicles of the Warlands

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: But the story is just getting started If you like romantasy and excellent world building go buy it!

She masters the ability to interweave the characters and events in a seemless flow, with warlande lulls, making it impossible to put this book down.

So why 4 stars? I looked around, but no one would meet my eyes.

Spending a lot of time in the tent of the prisoners of war, she slowly learns their language, their customs and gains their trust. He treats warlandss with respect, and lets her heal others, and roam the camp. Now there are some bodice rippers I love, Warlanrs is the first book in the series, and books could actually be one big book, since there are no breaks between books, it just starts off from where the previous book left off.


Chronicles of the Warlands

But warladns Lara and Kier are strong of will and neither will bend easily, even for love; and when Lara disobeys, she pays the price: They are at war, with the firelanders. I liked the hero Keir -he was to all appearances strong and charming and everything nice, an admittedly refreshing change from the Warprize disappointed me.

How old is Keir? KeirXylara “Lara”. My Interview with Elizabeth Vaughan!

Like many mass market romance paperbacks, the conflicts in Warprize were cronicles by misunderstandings and irrationally evil, jealous assholes. The book was not very fast-paced, but it did introduce a new plot point nearly every chapter to keep me interested.

Chronicles of the Warlands

I thought the author did such a fantastic job of reconciling the dark possibilities inherent to a story like this with what actually happened. Warcry by Elizabeth Vaughan. Proclaimed the Warprize and hailed by the Firelanders, she’s told by her spineless brother that she will be nothing but a slave, brought to the Warlord for his pleasure.

A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creationson the part of the author or publisher.