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Disciple, Part II By L. Blankenship,

  • Title: Disciple, Part II
  • Author: L. Blankenship
  • ISBN: 9780966476569
  • Page: 337
  • Format: ebook
  • The prince first kissed Kate Carpenter for fear of missing the chance if they didn t survive the journey home through the monster prowled mountains.Now that kiss seems like a fever dream It s back to work for her, back to the fellow physicians jealous of her talents and the sneers of an infirmary director who wants her shipped off to some tiny village Kate means to be onThe prince first kissed Kate Carpenter for fear of missing the chance if they didn t survive the journey home through the monster prowled mountains.Now that kiss seems like a fever dream It s back to work for her, back to the fellow physicians jealous of her talents and the sneers of an infirmary director who wants her shipped off to some tiny village Kate means to be on the front lines to save lives She s worked too hard to overcome her past to let them deny her the chance to serve her homeland when the enemy s army reaches their kingdom.The grand jousting tournament is a chance to prove she can manage combat wounded, and at the royal Solstice banquet Kate means to prove she isn t an ignorant peasant girl any.But the prince s kiss still haunts her Their paths keep crossing, and the easy familiarity they earned on the journey home is a welcome escape from their duties It s a small slip from chatting to kisses.This is no time to be distracted by romance a vast and powerful empire is coming to slaughter anyone standing between them and the kingdom s magical fount.Kate ought to break both their hearts, for duty s sake.
    Disciple Part II The prince first kissed Kate Carpenter for fear of missing the chance if they didn t survive the journey home through the monster prowled mountains Now that kiss seems like a fever dream It s back to

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    1. This was a good follow up of the first book The storyline is continued and the romance is just as curt and sweet as before only there was much than I expected based on the beginning Despite my brief disappointment from the beginning 40% or so, I m quite pleased that the relationships and the troubles developed naturally and seemed realistic considering the world building This actually ended abruptly than I expected it to, which is okay considering I have the third book to pick up immediately, [...]

    2. This is my review from In the first part of this saga, personal interactions were secondary to the physical dangers that nature was providing In this second episode, the story principals are back in the King s court for a long winter of restricted mobility Now the dangers are all personal National politics, bureaucratic rivalries, prejudice, impending war, family interactions, all are simmering in one big pot I don t deliberately read any kind of romances, but this fantasy romance is such a logi [...]

    3. Solid continuation of the first book More character than plot driven, though it looks like the stage is set for a big siege battle in the next part Also a good setup for some potentially wrenching personal dynamics in the future

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