Sacred Fate By Eresse – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards , publishing history, genres, and time period. Sacred Fate introduces you to an amazing world from the imagination of fantasy romance author Eressё. Some things are worth fighting for, which both. “Sacred Fate is a captivating and distinctive story of a dual-gendered world. A magical medieval era with fiefs, swords and war steeds The well written plot is.
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On a visit to one of his provinces, Rohyr sees, and is immediately attracted to the beautiful but very young Lassen. Though it is nice to see that he grows and learns throughout the story. As I mentioned before there are numerous information dumps, which slow the pace and may not keep the interest of all readers, but there is so much unnecessary detail that these can be skimmed entirely without loss to the story.
Rohyr Essendri ascended the throne at a very early age due to the unexpected demise of his father. Refresh and try again.
He’s kind, thoughtful, and humble. I would suggest first time readers to at least take a look before tackling the story.
Fatr Preview See a Problem? Mar 15, Yblees rated it really liked it Shelves: The infant in its natal shell peaking out was uniquely wonderful! All of that, plus knowing Rohyr lived his life as the office of Arden to the point, that without Lassen, he would have forgotten how to be simply a man, made him redeemable in my eyes.
How do you like your king best? What he never expected, however, was to fall in love with Rohyr, a most sacded and impractical thing to do when one’s lover is sovereign ruler of the land.
So, from the beginning Eresse, in Sacred Fate, is quite upfront with the issue, and she fully and willingly commits the mistake: All I have to say in this review is that the writing ruined what Szcred consider to be an amazing 5-star story.
Want to Read saving…. The author got back on track and finished up the story with style and a few plot twists.
Sacred Fate (Chronicles of Ylandre 1) by Eresse – Elisa – My reviews and Ramblings
wacred His uncle was always pushing, shoving, and reminding Rohyr of his duty time and again until I wanted to run the man through. Tyrde was neither and while his lack of subtlety made him easy to boo and thrilled with his eventual comeuppance, it left me kind of wondering was that all to him?
The story was unique enough that I still recalled the plot but the terms tripped me up. It will be something of a double billing since it will feature the Calanthe twins, Zykriel and …more Thank you.
Chronicles of Ylandre 1. It’s intense because you have to engage your grey matter to get the most out of it. Erotic Literature Fiction Romance. This was no exception. Aug 20, MsMiz Tina rated it really liked it Shelves: It was difficult to watch Rohyr take and bed his consort, even though he was in love with Lassen. I wasn’t sure that I was going to like this book. Want to Read saving… Error rating book. Good for a light read. Topics Mentioning This Author. Scarlet and the White Wolf Kirby Crow.
Some things are worth fighting for, which both high-born ruler and low-born lover learn in Book 1 of The Chronicles of Ylandre. Subjects Erotic Literature Fiction Romance. I would have liked to have had more narrative with the childbirth scene, for it seemed that Lassen was having contractions and then boom–there’s a baby. This was my first foray into MPreg and my first book by this author.
Although a significant revelation at the end of the story took away a bit of that shine. The care he showed for the man he loved was astounding and I couldn’t help it but adore him from that first talk with the elders and his overwhelming confidence. That would just be I’m really tempted to read the second book, but from the reviews am a little reticent, that Rio certainly pissed a lot of people off.
I like how the author asserted eredse extinction of female-kind and the male-pregnancy right from the beginning. See all 3 questions about Sacred Fate…. Hallowed Bond Chronicles of Ylandre, 2 4. I recommend this one though. This is why English needs gender-neutral pronouns that aren’t demeaning [i. Lassen lives in the quiet fiefdom of Tal-Ereq where one day he becomes the lynchpin on negotiations between the crown represented by its king, Rohyr and the council represented by his father or aba or adda.
Royal family members who backstab each other for the throne? While Lassen is not exactly given a choice in the matter, he comes to love Rohyr deeply and doesn’t suffer from Stockholm-syndrome as I feared in the beginning.
A world scred of the balancing qualities of female energy, and totally reliant on the male ego, would surely rapidly descend into chaos, but that’s a discussion for another day!