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 Eress—Ď. 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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The plot and world building are closely sacrdd as the world is complex, very involved, and the various details are essential to the political elements of the plot. And yes, the sex scenes are pretty hot, but they’re also full of emotion and caring.

Davvero io ho un sacco di problemi coi blurb e le avvertenze. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Sacred Fate Chronicles of Ylandre 1 4. Realizing that state of the country did not mean anything if Rohyr lost the one and only person he loved. How can I show you how amazing is Rohyr Essendriwith all his immense power, never being able to give his soul to another being, and finally know this strange but so much desired sentiment This was a little strange at well since by real world standards he would be considered an adult as he is in his twenties.

I never liked Imcael, but you could see how much Rohyr truly loved him. The timeline is very fluid and often skips months and years ahead with a summary to keep the story interesting and fast. Mpreg has to be handled just right or it’s some scary stuff. The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. Lassen is an Half Blood, meaning that he is of a lower class than Rohyr, who not only his True Blood, but he is even King of his territory. Every once in a while they run into each other and suck face and other body parts.


I’m sucker for fantasy though, so I said, “What the heck? The characters, no matter of they are human or otherwise, have to have emotions, thoughts and feelings that I can relate to.

I struggled immensely with the writing. By and large he was a fair ruler placed between a rock and a hard place when his uncle, Imcael, deceived him into a false matrimony.

Sacred Fate (Chronicles of Ylandre 1) by Eresse – Elisa – My reviews and Ramblings

View More by This Author. Lassen and Rohyr are absolutely beautiful together. Lassen perforce learned how to navigate the intricate byways of life at court. Just read this one again for the fourth time. I know some have felt him too naieve, but I never see this as a character flaw. The author got back on track and finished up the story with style and a few plot twists. To ask other readers questions about Sacred Fateplease sign up. Sacred Fate does that to a great extent, even including a glossary at the end.

It was weird, and, this book confused the hell out of me. Shield Mate Chronicles of Ylandre, 7 4.

The son of one of the minor gentry Lassen is expected to be present when the delegation from the capital arrives. I didn’t even mind some of the smoting that went on, though talk of the “shieth” cracked me up because come on Did I mention stubborn?

Also, eress I the only one who noticed the POV changes from paragraph to paragraph? So, this book was perfect for me! All of that, plus sadred 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. What he never expected, however, was to sacrex in love with Rohyr, a most inadvisable and impractical thing to do when one’s lover is sovereign ruler of the land.

Something of the story was lost when I had trouble following in certain places. The sex scenes were creatively-worded so I wasn’t bored by their shagging.


The Land of Night Kirby Crow. Such a fantastic read, worth all the 5 ratings it has received. A miss for me.

Nothing that hasn’t been done often in the paranormal-romance genre, and unfortunately, not well told enough to hold this readers interest. As novel as the idea for this story is, it could easily overwhelm the unwary reader. 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.

It was difficult to watch Rohyr take and bed his consort, even though he was in love with Lassen.

There were strange terms and place names and given names which made it a challenging read. Open Preview See a Problem? If yes, could you please tell which Essendri is the main character?

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This keeps the reader on edge with new elements and possibilities continually opened up but also create a sense of a world only barely described. He pigeonholed himself into his social class and it was evident that if he had been even slightly ambitious, Rohyr would’ve eventually caved and made Lassen his eersse consort.

Anyway, the story still reminded me a bit of the old bodice-rippers I used to devour as a teen, with a unique twist To be honest, I’m not sure that I’m sold on this series.

For someone not used to reading a lot of fantasy or sci fi some of the fictional terminology and names might be hard to follow, as they are never outright defined, but they are very smoothly incorporated into the text.

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