Horded

Horded Maera lives as an outcast by choice Guilt ridden over her past she hopes only for the punishment she deserves But when a gobelin warrior steps out of thin air to claim her Maera is torn between the

  • Title: Horded
  • Author: Frances Pauli
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Maera lives as an outcast by choice Guilt ridden over her past, she hopes only for the punishment she deserves But when a gobelin warrior steps out of thin air to claim her, Maera is torn between the debt she owes her people, and the selfish yearnings of her own heart.Tal is the lowest gobelin, the cursed brother of the horde s greatest warrior When he stumbles onto a lMaera lives as an outcast by choice Guilt ridden over her past, she hopes only for the punishment she deserves But when a gobelin warrior steps out of thin air to claim her, Maera is torn between the debt she owes her people, and the selfish yearnings of her own heart.Tal is the lowest gobelin, the cursed brother of the horde s greatest warrior When he stumbles onto a legendary castle, however, he believes his luck is about to change But the horde s enemies have found the thing as well, and Tal s brother breaks gobelin law to chase a human who is trouble than she s worth.Now Tal and Maera are the only ones who can save his brother, the one person they both love and the only thing they can agree on If they fail, the horde will never believe them, and the castle of prophecy will fall into enemy hands If they succeed, they ll have to stand together against the full fury of the gobelin horde

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    1. Disclaimer: I know this author personally. That said, I approached this book as I would any other author I might read.Wow. What a rush. I think I connected with this book far more strongly than I did the first book, Forgotten. My biggest complaint with Forgotten had been the romance. I know it's a strong theme in Pauli's books, but I think it fell a little flat in Forgotten. Not so here. I was so entranced with how she handled the romance in this one that there were times toward the end, I felt [...]

    2. Horded is the second book in the Kingdoms Gone series. I have read the first book, Unlikely, but I think most readers should be okay reading this one with reading the first. The book takes place five years later and follows Maera (from the first book – a side character). There are a few references that might not be as clear to someone who has not read the first. However, you shouldn’t be completely lost by it.[If you plan on reading the first book, you might stumble upon some spoilers below. [...]

    3. Review: Horded (Kingdoms Gone) by Frances Pauli: Oh I loved it. It was so…sweet and fulfilling. A great adventure yet a touching love story. I loved the way the Tir Talus is explained, depicted. I can even ‘hear’ the strong beating of their hearts at times. Such an unlikely match, yet strangely perfect. Maera, wanting to atone for what she considers her sins, and Torg, so big and sure of himself. But my favourite character is Tal. He is just so…human. With doubts and insecurities, and su [...]

    4. This was my first read by this author and luckily i didnt read the spoiler reviews prior to reading it. I dont write spoiler reviews so you will have to read them separately. As for the author, wow and I do wish authors would quit doing this to me and forcing me to start reading a book in the middle of of a set cause now i have to go back and then forward. anyway yes this book reads as a separate story of its own but the end leaves some questions but not many. what happened to the little boy???? [...]

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