Sacred Fate By Eresse – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards , publishing history, genres, and time period. Sacred Fate introduces you to an amazing world from the imagination of fantasy romance author Eressё. Some things are worth fighting for, which both. “Sacred Fate is a captivating and distinctive story of a dual-gendered world. A magical medieval era with fiefs, swords and war steeds The well written plot is.

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The world building was very well done and even went to a bit of an extreme with unnecessary cultural info dumps and extraneous characters that really played no part in the story other than to confuse the hell out of me. Lassen perforce learned how to navigate the intricate byways of life at court.

Eresse – Sacred Fate (Chronicles of Ylandre #1) – Loving Without Limits

As novel as the idea for this story is, it could easily overwhelm the unwary reader. You can also see the review at http: But that’s not altogether a big issue for Ashling’s series, so szcred.

The sex scenes were creatively-worded so I wasn’t bored by their shagging. Davvero io ho un sacco di problemi coi blurb e le avvertenze. Don’t hold your breath. The language is pretentious and heavy, trying to camouflage as an “old charm”.


Sacred Fate

Dec 11, Dreamer rated it really liked it Shelves: The story errsse unique enough that I still recalled the plot but the terms tripped me up.

Yes, from the beginning we are told that Lassen is nothing more than a paramour, but their seemingly impossible relationship was so easily settled at the end of the novel that it all felt pointless to me.

I will be reading the rest of the series Refresh and try again. The political aspects to the plot as well as the romance are very familiar for readers, just set in a new and interesting world. Rohyr is a great ruler, fair, strong and very conscious of h This book simply captivated me.

I’m really tempted to read fatte second book, but from the reviews am a little reticent, that Rio certainly pissed a lot of people off. In spite of the few shortcomings Sacred Fate hooked me from page one and kept me there until the end.

Eressë (Author of Sacred Fate)

Maybe it will help: Lassen lives somewhere in Rohyr’s castle, but not with him. All of that, plus knowing Rohyr lived his life as the office of Arden to the point, that without Lassen, he would have forgotten how to be simply a man, made him redeemable in my eyes. I wasn’t sure that I was going to like this book. The characters, no matter of they are human or otherwise, have to have emotions, thoughts and feelings that I can relate to.


Rohyr the King is a push-over and a suck up, bending backwards in order not to upset his evil uncle.

I must have read the first half about 4 times by now, and completely finished the book once. This was me before starting this: Most bonds evolve with time. It would have been better if Lassen learned to make use of his newly-founded psychic skill and to release it in the fight against Tyrde. To top it off, I thought that the relationship between Lassen and Rohyr was just fraught with miscommunication and inequality. I don’t see why sacrec babies can’t just be born from the ereses.

It is a lot of “thou” and “wherefore” kind of talk coupled with names that I think were designed just to confuse readers. Customer Ratings We have not received enough ratings to display an average for this book.

A glossary of terms came be found at the end. There are a few problems with switching point of view, but this is very minor and not a problem.

I mean, first off, where the hell would everything fit?