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The Treasure of Gwenlais (The Rienfield Chronicles, #1)

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D by the forging of an alliance Will an unknown enemy destroy their kingdoms and their love Come and experience the beauty danger and romance of an epic historical medieval fantasy that whispers of Celtic legendA world unlike any imagined a love story that will leave you breathless Usually I read new first books with a slightly lower expectation and figure that I won’t be blown away from a seemingly ordinary story and mediocre characters so I really wasn’t expecting this book to be this good especially from a new author Ms MT Magee or a first book Ms Magee appears to be very gifted crafting a very intricate highly involved story and has penned a truly fantastic wonderful novel that not only utterly charmed me but held me captivated that I could barely put the book down Even though this is the first and only book from Ms Magee she not only wrote a truly original romantic fantasy novel; it was filled with wonderful places of Gwenlais and Heathwin that I really wish I could visit I so wanted to see a map of these places too but in depth complex characters thrown in with some magical beings that I could easily see in my head that I was so sad when the book ended in fact I really wasn’t ready for the book to be over hence that is reason for the four star rating Princess Laurel of Gwenlais while out with her mother who is an Ollam healer and ueen of Gwenlais is brutally murdered with several other women and children Laurel grieved by the death of her mother is saved from death from the vicious enemy the Rabkins by the stoic serious handsome older Prince Caleb of Heathwin who she secretly has a crush on and has loved her entire life which Caleb is unaware of her feelings Laurel becomes an Ollam healer like her mother is it possible that she is the supposed prophetic treasure of Gwenlais As Laurel slowly falls in love with Caleb their attraction becomes so much Maybe their love can heal the long standing feud between their two countries Gwenlais and Heathwin or can it A lot of times I don’t really like the overly naïve very innocent female protagonists I usually find them very irritating and unbelievable but for some reason in this book I instantly liked Laurel She might be innocent but she grew up learned how to deal with her mother’s death became someone fell in love and despite the differences plus their arguments between her and Caleb she had no problem standing up for herself I loved when she would curse at Caleb in Kadesh but yet could be so loving towards him Caleb seemed so harsh and very indifferent at first that he wasn’t winning me over in the beginning In a sense it took me the same amount of time to warm up to Caleb as it took Laurel to find the warm caring compassionate person underneath I even loved the minor characters almost as much maybe than the main characters I so wanted Aiden who was one of my favorite minor characters in the book to find love with Marina So do I recommend the book Yes I do and will I get any of her works Of course since I have uestions of all the characters outcome which if I wrote them all here it would definitely spoil the book all I can say is that I eagerly await the second book in the series and hope that Ms Magee answers everything Beastie Boys Book you breathless Usually I read new first books with a slightly lower expectation and figure that I won’t be blown away from a seemingly ordinary story and mediocre characters so I really wasn’t expecting this book to be this good especially from a new author Ms MT Magee or a first book Ms Magee appears to be very gifted crafting a very intricate highly involved story and has penned a truly fantastic wonderful novel that not only utterly charmed me but held me captivated that I could barely put the book down Even though this is the first and only book from Ms Magee she not only wrote a truly original romantic fantasy novel; it was filled with wonderful places of Gwenlais and Heathwin that I really wish I could visit I so wanted to see a map of these places too but in depth complex characters thrown in with some magical beings that I could easily see in my head that I was so sad when the book ended in fact I really wasn’t ready for the book to be over hence that is reason for the four star rating Princess Laurel of Gwenlais while out with her mother who is an Ollam healer and ueen of Gwenlais is brutally murdered with several other women and children Laurel grieved by the death of her mother is saved from death from the vicious enemy the Rabkins by the stoic serious handsome older Prince Caleb of Heathwin who she secretly has a crush on and has loved her entire life which Caleb is unaware of her feelings Laurel becomes an Ollam healer like her mother is it possible that she is the supposed prophetic treasure of Gwenlais As Laurel slowly falls in love with Caleb their attraction becomes so much Maybe their love can heal the long standing feud between their two countries Gwenlais and Heathwin or can it A lot of times I don’t really like the overly naïve very innocent female protagonists I usually find them very irritating and unbelievable but for some reason in this book I instantly liked Laurel She might be innocent but she grew up learned how to deal with her mother’s death became someone fell in love and despite the differences plus their arguments between her and Caleb she had no problem standing up for herself I loved when she would curse at Caleb in Kadesh but Midnight Tango yet could be so loving towards him Caleb seemed so harsh and very indifferent at first that he wasn’t winning me over in the beginning In a sense it took me the same amount of time to warm up to Caleb as it took Laurel to find the warm caring compassionate person underneath I even loved the minor characters almost as much maybe than the main characters I so wanted Aiden who was one of my favorite minor characters in the book to find love with Marina So do I recommend the book Yes I do and will I get any of her works Of course since I have uestions of all the characters outcome which if I wrote them all here it would definitely spoil the book all I can say is that I eagerly await the second book in the series and hope that Ms Magee answers everything

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This is the epic world of Rienfield A domain filled with beauty danger amazing races and cultures You will find the love and strong ties of family As well as romance humor adventure and tragedy while the people and beings of Rienfield search for peace and truth in their way of life The plot sounded amazing Sadly this was boring The characters were 2D boring and I just couldn't connect DNF

M.T. Magee ☆ 5 Free read

Librarian's note There is an Alternate Cover Edition for this edition of this book herePrincess Laurel from the faraway and sheltered kingdom of Gwenlais Prince Caleb a battle hardened warrior of the harsh and untamed realm of Heathwin Brought together by tragedy Their hearts joine This is a wonderful fantasy adventure that is not just about the romance between Princess Laurel and Prince Caleb it is about the growth of Laurel from a naive and spoilt member of one of the royal families to a strong woman and healer While her emotions at times seem to overflow it is only due to her powerful urge to care for her friends family and subjects She is “The Treasure” and it is through her that the kingdoms must uniteAs with any story that revolves around a royal family or two there is plenty of intrigue deceit and betrayal as there are those who wish to usurp her right to the throne through murder and mayhemThe Rabkins are a wonderful creation from the mind of author MT Magee who weaves her Gaelic magic to bring to life this highly imaginative saga Every character has a place in the story and it is through each and every one of them that the tale becomes the rich full flavour of a literary feast and not just a bland offering The length may dissuade a few from reading however if you have read and loved works by masters such as Tolkien then this first book in the Rinefield Chronicles is an absolute mustFive ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars for a magical journey