If you get the chance to read Elizabeth Vaughan's Warprize Trilogy you are in for a real treat. Warprize, which is book one in the trilogy introduces you to Lara, Master Healer and Daughter of the Kingdom of Xy and Keir, Warlord of the Plains, two people from worlds as different as night and day who will grow to know and love each other. Book 2 Warworn, follows their adventures through a series of lifethreatening experiences. Warlord the final book ( I really hope it is not) continues to narate their journey of challenges as their love continues to mature and grow stronger. You also get a chance to meet a host of other characters who seem so real that you will both laugh with them and share their sorrows as though they were among your circle of dearest friends. Romance, adventure, humor and even a little magic, who could ask for anything more? I loved these books. Through the resources of Paperback Swap I was able to obtain all three volumes. I highly recommend 5 stars for each book. I plan to share mine in the future but right now I am really having a hard time giving them up!
I really enjoyed these 3 paranormal romances. Warprize, Warsworn and Warl;ord
Interesting, and the woman IS A DOCTOR! (she didn't also need to be a princess)
I also liked the other planet type tale, with new cultures to explore and Vaughan paints a beautiful picture. Get all 3 books, its really one story, and a worthy read.
I originally picked up the series( 3 books in all ) thinking it was fluffy chick lit. I was wrong. The author has put alot of time into studying different cultures, mythologies and religions. The outcome is a wonderful story with intrigue, misunderstandings (cultural, religious and gender )and multiple heroes. I really liked the series and hope she , the author, developes more of the other characters!!
Warprize was a great and riveting story. Warsworn had moments of greatness, but does help clarify some of Warlord's events. Vaughan regained her enthralling story telling in Warlord. Warlord was a thoroughly enjoyable story that had its own theme while satisfactorily tying up all the threads/relationships of the first two books.
*sigh* Oh, I love that moment when, after a wonderful story, you turn the last page happy, satisfied and filled, knowing there really is a happily ever after, even if it is in our dreams. "Warlord" finishes a trilogy that is the stuff bedtime stories are made of - a beautiful princess, a strong honorable prince (Warlord in this instance) who fight for their dreams, perils that threaten to destroy good, evil that is sure to overcome. *another sigh* Oh, that life were so exciting and ended so well!