Hedda's Sword

Hedda s Sword Contains murder and mayhem drugs and slavery patricide and references to a memory of rape Take one narcissistic queen bent on genocide an assassin nun made of ice and a hero convinced he can change

  • Title: Hedda's Sword
  • Author: Renee Wildes
  • ISBN: 9781605044361
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • Contains murder and mayhem, drugs and slavery, patricide and references to a memory of rape Take one narcissistic queen bent on genocide, an assassin nun made of ice and a hero convinced he can change the course of Fate by his will alone Add a true queen with an aversion to power and a mercenary with a secret that threatens to tear the land in two Stir briskly Season wContains murder and mayhem, drugs and slavery, patricide and references to a memory of rape Take one narcissistic queen bent on genocide, an assassin nun made of ice and a hero convinced he can change the course of Fate by his will alone Add a true queen with an aversion to power and a mercenary with a secret that threatens to tear the land in two Stir briskly Season with a child Seer who never shuts up and a tree sprite looking for an apprentice What do you get Either a rollicking rebellion or a recipe for disaster Look for a few familiar faces from DUALITY Be prepared for tears and laughter.

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    About " Renee Wildes "

  • Renee Wildes

    Renee Wildes is an award winning WI writer She grew up reading fantasy authors Terry Brooks and Mercedes Lackey and is a huge Joseph Campbell fan, so the minute she discovered romance novels it became inevitable that she would combine it all and write fantasy romance Renee is a history buff, from ancient Greece esp Sparta through Dark Ages esp Celt Viking to medieval times As a Navy brat and a cop s kid, she gravitated to protector guardian heroes and heroines She s had horses her whole life, so became the only vet tech in a family of nurses It all comes together in her paranormal fantasy romance books for Champagne Book Group Tirgearr Publishing fantasy, action, romance, heroics and lots of critters

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  • This is the first book I've read from Renee Wilds and I didn't know what to expect. To my delight, I found that I quite enjoyed this story. I did have a bit of trouble getting into the gist of it since this is the second book in the series I believe.Cianan had visions of his life mate for most of his life. He traveled to the destitute land of Shamar to meet her. The land ruled by the cruel and greedy queen Sunniva.Maleta or once known as Von Marete, had witnessed a brutal murder of her family, s [...]


  • I truly enjoyed this dark, atmospheric fantasy novel. Told through the eyes of the strong heroine, Maleta, and her Life-Mate, Cianan, this book took me on an adventure full of hope, grit, courage, self-doubt, self-determination, and love.Hedda, the Grey Goddess, is a tough taskmaster. It is to be expected. She’s a goddess, after all. Her purpose is to ensure the balance between good and evil in her realm, the land of Shamar. Humans are her tools for maintaining this balance--one, in particular [...]


  • Maleta has pledged her life to the goddess Hedda. The young mercenary, referred to Her Own, would gladly lay down her life to do the will of her goddess. Though Hedda sent Maleta to destroy the the evil queen, Sunniva, the mercenary has her own reason for revenge. The tyrannical monarch had Maleta's parents killed, and she took her younger brother hostage. Things become more complicated when an elven prince, Cianan, joins her mission. While Cianan years for a soulmate, Maleta's main focus is rev [...]


  • ~* 3.5 Stars *~Well Written Romantic FantasyGiving Renee Wildes the credit she deserves, Hedda's Sword is better written from a technical standpoint than Duality, a book I had difficulty with in several spots for the choppy and abrupt narrative and lack of exposition throughout. This book doesn't suffer the same fate in that regard, as the narrative is much smoother and the plot flows far more cleanly and clearly. It's quite obvious that Wildes had a better hand on those aspects of writing than [...]


  • After spending centuries fighting goblins, trolls and demons, Lady of Light's Champion, Cianan, searches for the woman who has been haunting his nightmares: the other half of his heart and soul, so he can prevent her death. Cianan "is a warrior who didn't know the meaning of the words betrayal, impossible and quit".Maleta becomes one of Hedda's Own when as a sixteen year old girl she witnesses her mother's throat being cut and her father beheaded by Queen Sunniva's nightwatchmen and she is throw [...]


  • I've often wondered if in romance and fantasy novels a class was taught about 'how to recognize your life mate and ways to ensure they don't run away', it might solve a lot of issues. For one thing, you won't make stupid blundering comments or move too fast when you should be learning the lay of the land (so to speak). I have a feeling Cianan might have taken a class along those lines, for his patience with Maleta is extraordinary.Cianan has a hard time ahead of himself. Maleta isn't sure she wa [...]


  • Yet another great book. While this book's characters may have been a little flat, the book was an overall improvement on the first. I thought is was a very good story and an enjoyable read.


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