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Warprize Chronicles of the Warlands Elizabeth PRAISE FOR ELIZABETH VAUGHAN’S CHRONICLES OF THE WARLANDS WARPRIZE “Warprize is possibly the best romantic fantasy I have ever read Continue please to enthrall me with your storytelling” —Anne McCaffrey New York Times bestelling author “Vaughan’s brawny barbarian romance re creates the delicious feeling of adventure and the thrill of exploring mysterious Warprize Chronicles of the Warlands Elizabeth Warprize Chronicles of the Warlands p Elizabeth Vaughan Warprize eBook by Elizabeth Vaughan | Rakuten Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan Chronicles of the Warlands Book Share your thoughts Complete your review Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book Rate it You Rated it Star I hated it Stars I didn't like it Stars It was OK Stars I liked it Stars I loved it Please make sure to choose a rating Add a review Required Review How Warprize Chronicles of the Warlands Elizabeth Warprize Chronicles of the Warlands page Warprize eBook by Elizabeth Vaughan Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan Chronicles of the Warlands Book Share your thoughts Complete your review Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book Rate it You Rated it Star I hated it Stars I didn't like it Stars It was OK Stars I liked it Stars I loved it Please make sure to choose a rating Add a review Required Review How The Chronicles of the Warlands by Elizabeth The Chronicles of the Warlands by Elizabeth Vaughan Author Kaetrin Warprize – A This is a fantasy romance about Lara of Xy a royal daughter and Keir Warlord of the Plains Lara is given as “warprize” to Keir as part of a peace deal between he and Xymund King of Xy Lara’s half brother Xymund tells Lara she must be Keir’s slave in order to ensure peace between the two Warprize Chronicles of the Warlands Book by Buy Warprize Chronicles of the Warlands Book by Vaughan Elizabeth online on ae at best prices Fast and free shipping free returns cash on Chronicles of the Warlands | Nashville Public Library Almost years ago I came across this great little fantasy trilogy by Elizabeth Vaughan called The Chronicles of the Warlands It was about Lara Princess of Xy who is claimed as a Warprize by Keir of the Cat Warlord of the Plains I fell in love with these characters and devoured the three books in less than a week Then for some reason I lost touch with this author Until recently Chronicles of the Warlands – Addicted To Romance Lara is the Warprize A powerful healer she has sworn an oath of loyalty to Keir the Warlord and his people Now the Warlord and his chosen mate face enemies within the tribe and danger lurks on every hand as they journey toward Keir's homeland When they reach a village marked with the warnings of the plague Keir forbids Lara to heal the sick commanding that she not risk her Triple Reviews Chronicles of the Warlands – October December Triple Reviews Chronicles of the Warlands Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan Also in this series Warcry Series Chronicles of the Warlands Published by Tor Paranormal Romance on October st Genres Fantasy Romance Pages Format eBook Source Self Purchased ISBN


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    Warprize disappointed me I had my first clue a few pages in when I realized the prose I could expect would be basic at best for a romantic fantasy While I liked the premise of Warprize and Vaughan's grasp of relationships and human dynamics the plot was mild with little conflict to speak of and thus little suspense or action or even upset It's all very ho hum I liked the hero Keir he was to all appearances strong and charming and everything nice an admittedly refreshing change from the normal gamut of romance heroes but we only know him superficially through the heroine's eyes For those who don't like first person narratives Warprize embodies all that form's weaknesses Readers are treated to a painstaking list of the heroine's every mundanity in a flood of monotony Iwent into the bathing area to remove the dress carefully I tried to fold it but the material slipped and slid the dress ending up on the floor every time Tired frustrated and upset I finally gave up and left it lay on one of the benches A tunic and trous were set out for me and I climbed into them for sleeping After washing out my undergarments I washed up quickly My hair was windblown from the tower and the ride so I gathered up a comb and returned to the other room to try to deal with the tangled messWas her editor unavailable that day? I've heard my GoodReads friends describe first person narratives as journal writing Warprize is journal writing if the writer were a drone The heroine lists events lifelessly recounts her reaction in brief if that and repeats indefinitely There is next to no internal dialogue so we never know the heroine Since most of these events revolve around her work in the field as a healer the account becomes excruciatingly repetitive and descends into unnecessary detail as above I can't count the number of times I read about Lara brewing fevers foe but I'm sure a recipe would sum up the book nicelyI can understand completely when readers question whether Warprize can be called a romance Since the heroine or properly the disinterested observer has no feelings there's no sexual tension or tension of any kind Nine times out of ten we see the hero from a distance He's gone fishing most of the time Else we receive only a brief report of his dialogue with a woeful lack of body language or any insight into Keir's character Warprize is certainly not like the passionate romances explicit and non explicit to which I'm accustomed It is appropriately an account of a foreigner in an army camp or a remote ballad I've seen romances with too much inner dialogue where the heroine stews and wrings her hand endlessly This is the other end of the spectrum entirely Two thirds through the book I finally realized nothing is happening It's essentially about the heroine learning about her new people and caring for them A travelogue in short I would recommend this book for someone wanting a calm mild relaxed romance with no moral questions darkness or turbulent emotion Perhaps on a rainy day Also for those wondering this is PG maybe 13 for some kissing and a vague sex scene I'm sure this is someone's cuppa At least the ending was niceJust a note there is no middle eastern culture Someone mentioned such a label on the book in another review Just a clarification