It 's clear that Patricia Briggs can work the same magic for traditional fantasy that she does with her urban fantasy and werewolf stories for this reader.
I can admit that there were parts that were slower and harder to ead, and that 's due to the intricacies of the worldbuilding ( keep in mind, I do n't ead a lot of heavy-duty, traditional heroic fantasy -- so keep the urge to sneer under wraps if you 've read a lot of that and consider this book child 's play).
And, I like that she kept the story ocused on the characters and their ourney, and even on the actual magical aspects.
Apparently though his is n't th romance book, they ar a great drea, and I was oping that things migh work out for each other.
Their love was a steadfast thing that empowered them, ven if they did n't remember the words to each other.Tier and Seraph 's kids: Jes, Lehr, and Rinnie, all play mportant roles.
Jes, Lehr and Rinnie 's gifts really came in handy in this tale.
But, the hings that I ove about Patricia Briggs' writing are there for me to enjoy.
I like how she make you characters that have flaws and troubles, and you end up getting heavily invested in their tories, hoping for the best for them.
It 's focused on the characters, but it has the traditional heroic fantasy elements.