When raiders come to Daelfjord, Frida is taken away from her home and everyone she's ever known, doomed to a life of slavery. Although she belongs to Agnarr, lord of Groenthjal, she can't seem to escape the attention of Daegal, the town's resident magician. Sparks fly as their personalities clash, but it is eventually Daegal who helps her escape from the raiders.
The magician has his own plans for Frida's newfound freedom, however, and it isn't for her to return home to Daelfjord. Instead, he is convinced that her very existence was prophesied and that she will be instrumental in battling the evil forces coming from the Borderlands.
All Frida wants is to return home, to her comfortable life of healing the sick and wounded, but it seems that fate has other plans for her. Will she eventually get what she wants? Or will she only trade Agnarr's slavery for Daegal's control?
What did you like best about The Lost Healer? What did you like least?
I felt disconnected, like I was missing something.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
Seeing as I felt a little disconnected I think that maybe I would've understood things a little bit better had I seen it in writing.
What would have made this romance irresistible?
to me...I wanted to see what made her so special. Just when you think it might tell you...the book is over! :(
Any additional comments?
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”