Stormshadow




      Stormshadow
Princess Azmei of Tamnen has a decision to make, and she doesn t like either option marry Prince Vistaren of Amethir a man she s never met or let her kingdom s war with Strid go on with no end in sight Seeing no alternative, she agrees to meet Prince Vistaren, with the caveat that the marriage treaty won t be ratified until then.Azmei knows she is sailing into a precarious situation After all, the correspondence she s traded with Vistaren doesn t guarantee he ll be a man she can respect or love She can t stand the thought of seeing her generation decimated by the bloody conflict with neighboring Strid Yet while she has sworn to serve her brother, the heir to Tamnen s throne, Azmei isn t certain this is the best way to do so.What Azmei doesn t know is that her new friend, Orya, is not who she seems to be, and that Prince Vistaren has secrets of his own And on top of that, there are those who will stop at nothing to prevent the alliance between Tamnen and AmethirThere is a storm on the horizon, and its shadow may grow to cover the whole world. New Read [ Stormshadow ] Author [ Stephanie A. Cain ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

Stephanie A Cain writes epic and urban fantasy for fun and a history blog for work She lives in Indiana She enjoys hiking, reading, singing, and general geekery She has three cats, which she is well aware puts her firmly in crazy cat lady territory, and waydice and painted miniatures than she needs.

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      Stormshadow
 by Stephanie A. Cain – bluevapours.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 200 pages
  • Stormshadow
  • Stephanie A. Cain
  • English
  • 18 June 2018
  • 0990375803

10 thoughts on “ Stormshadow

  1. Laura Baugh says:

    So at first, this is a tale of a princess doing her duty to her kingdom, marrying to seal an alliance and end a war It s not her choice, and it scares her, but she s determined to see it through.Only, readers of STORMSINGER might recall that the prince to whom she s betrothed isn t exactly the princess marrying kind He prefers men But he has a royal duty to see through, as well.Add to this some political treachery from those who would profit by continued war, an assassin seeking to protect So at first, this is a ta...

  2. BobA707 says:

    Summary Muchdepth than the scene setting in book 1 The author talks about war but assassination seems to be the preferred death mechanism or not in this casePlotline Interesting plot, a bit of romance, murder and mayhemPremise A bit of magic, could become interestingWriting Simple, des...

  3. Chasia Lloyd says:

    Didn t love this like I did the first book.

  4. Quartzen says:

    Enjoyable, fast moving, and a step up from the roughness of the previous installment in the series in both prose style and plotting I did however dislike the romance subplot between the secondary characters, the privateer and the general from the last volume I didn t really understand why the privateer, who was reluctant to enter a relationship for years, suddenly changed her mind after a guilt tripping talk from the protagonist about leading on the general, nor did I honestly really understand Enjoyable, fast moving, and a step up from the roughness of the previous installment in the series in both prose style and plotting I did however dislike the romance subplot between the secondary characters, the privateer and the general from the last volume I didn t really understand why the privateer, who was reluctant to enter a relationship for years, suddenly changed her mind after a guilt tripping talk from the protagonist about leading on the general, nor did I honestly really understand why a princess would have an interest in the romantic affairs of highly placed members of a foreign military after only having spent a few hours in their company.Also, mixed feelings on the handling o...

  5. Jenny Koch says:

    DNF 74%It s just mehhhh

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