Raised in isolation on the magic-shrouded Isle of the Moon, five girls became five sisters. Now women, they are ready to claim their places in the world - and perhaps change it forever....
Flame and Fortune
Sorcha knew the mission was dangerous. Leaving the safe grounds of her brother's kingdom and parlaying with the elves across their border...well, treachery seemed at least as likely as true peace. But to support her sister, Sorcha would brave far more than the underhanded ways of the elves. Or so she thought, before she was taken hostage.
Of course, her captors didn't count on her particular abilities - or on the help of the Woodsman, the mysterious thief who made his home in the forest. He saw the battle from the trees, saw the soldier attacking against incredible odds to save a comrade - and then saw the valiant fighter revealed as Princess Sorcha of Norveshka. He can't tell if he wants to kidnap her or kiss her. But despite Sorcha's stubbornness, his inconvenient honor, and a rebellion on the cusp of full war, something burns between them that neither can let go....
What members say
Good story terrible narration
This was a good story and kept my interest even though the narrator made all of the characters sound really really old and it was hard to follow who was speaking. Going forward if a book is narrated by this person I will not be purchasing
I love Sorcha story
I loved the book. This book is the fourth book in this series. That might be confusing to some people, because the first three were publish by St. Martin Paperbacks. I found it very helpful to have read the first three before starting this book.
This book is all about a women named Sorcha. Sorcha like her adopted sisters grow up together on the Isle of Moon in a world called Aerthlan. Each sister has a magic gift and were sent away as babies for their safety. This book tell the story of how Sorcha finds her place in the world. Along the way she meet a wonderful elf called Woodsman. She must learn to trust herself while finding her true love.
This book takes place during a time of civil war among the Woodwyn kingdom. This part reminds me of the story of Robin hood. With the mysterious circle of 5 behind a lot of the troubles of can be hard to know who to trust. I like that more light is revealed in this book about the 5. I personally can wait to read the last book in the series which will be coming out this summer.
I hope you give this book a chance. I loved every minute of it.
The books in order are
1. How to Take a Beast in Seven Days
2. So I Married a Sorcerer
3. Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon
4. How to Live your Elf
5. The Siren and the Deep Blue Sea