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5.0 out of 5 starsbut light reading with a feel good ending that leaves the reader satisfied a good story ...
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2014
A creative read in a well built, believable world. The hero is just the right amount of light and dark, fierce and soft. The heroine gentle and strong. Not heavy ready or break the mold fantasy, but light reading with a feel good ending that leaves the reader satisfied a good story has been told.
5.0 out of 5 starsMan of Darkness falls for a Good Hearted Woman
Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2011
I found the first book in a Dollar General, and became interested in it because it says "Gault" in it, and Gault is my married name, lol. Plus I've been looking for a good fantasy light read and this delivers. Ladies, if you like the fantasy setting, with a physically tense romance, this one's for you. The price adds to it too lol.!
I think it was a decent read, and if you're looking for a good fantasy reading for the weekend, this one and the first book are good.
This book is the sequel to the duology
The Pearls (Pearls and the Crown)
. If you read the first book, you will want to read this concluding book to see what happens to Lea and Shadreal.
First, I think this book is mostly geared towards women readers of fantasy. At the heart of this story is the how our beautiful heroine redeems the tortured hero through the power of love. There are a lot of cliche's here. Lea is beautiful, blond haired and blue eyed. When she cries her tears turn to pearls!!! Our hero,Shadreal, is dark and tormented and has literally given his soul to evil. The chief villain is really, really bad. He is described as a Jabba the Hut like creature- morbidly obese and smelly!
There is nothing ground breaking in this two book series. Just a pleasant read for women who like a bit of romance weaved into their fantasy,and enjoy tall,dark, and tormented heroes.
I liked the fact that this book concluded the series and we did not have to wait another year for a trilogy.