Blood Bonds: The Castle
FriesenPress, Nov 1, 2012
Raj and Bjornolf have brought the caravan safely to Adlar's kingdom. New danger threatens, though, as King Adlar's nephew, Wulfgar, brings a grim warning of imminent invasion by Vifil, the new ruthless and greedy king of Skanor. Adlar's kingdom, hidden for years, has no standing army and only a mysterious labyrinth concealing the castle for protection. Can Bjornolf's band of thirteen warriors successfully defend Adlar's realm against Vifil's forces?
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I found this woman’s writing pretentious and pompous. She also makes her writing less effective and impressive as the book comes to an end.
Sadly the books are unsophisticated writing. I found it was like one of my students trying to impress me as their teacher with a bad essay they wrote quickly. This author is obsessed on the characters actions, I found it the book moves slowly at times. I recommend this book as a book of how NOT to write a novel.
The cover art is too immature to be taken seriously; my recommendation to the publisher is to redesign the covers.
Personally I would also recommend the author go back to school to learn how to really write.
Simply if you wish a harlequin romance novel for younger readers here it is.