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By Chance Met – Eressë • BookLikes (ISBN)
I have a confession to make. He’s a runner when things get tough but I could not blame him as Reijir could be quite perplexing. In this one we find out more about Reijir and Naeth and the development and difficulties of their relationship. It was an interesting combo. I did not heart him. Recommend this book and this series! I love this book!
I wasn’t as smitten with this couple as I was with Dylen and Riodan. No, love is NOT about enduring everything the other vy dishes out because they profess love to you. The only stumbling block for me is the names, it takes me a while to get them anchored in my head since they are not something I’m familiar with and often can’t figure out how to pronounce them correctly.
Great read and a great addition to this series.
Without all these information, the characters felt like cardboard cutouts, hcance their places in “good” or “bad” corners. He didn’t seem to grow out of it. And while I at least liked Naeth and Reijir more as people than I did Riordan from book two, I didn’t necessarily feel their connection as strongly as I did with the couples from books one and two.
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The roles turn quickly after and it is Reijir who saves the day and eventually makes himself Naeth’s guardian. Reijir was almost too harsh. Why We Are at War: When they start having feelings for each other Rei is an authority figure for Naeth who is still underage Moving Men-Pregnancy story – The main eresssReijir and Naeth, are well crafted, three dimensional characters.
The timelines overlap so we see how things are happening from other points of view. We didn’t actually get reesse know Darion at all. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Reijir was almost too harsh. It was moving, though as a commitment, it was not enough. Andrea rated it it was amazing Oct 14, But no worries, they don’t get down and dirty before Naeth reaches his majority. Refresh and try chancd. Dec 11, Wendy Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: He’s a runner when things get tough but I could not blame him as Reijir could be quite perplexing.
One thing I really liked was how, just like in book two, the storyline ran parallel to book one, you also get to meet old characters from the previous books as they interact with the MCs of this one.
I enjoy this series very much because of the world that’s been created and the uniqueness of the stories. All the characters are interesting and seem like ‘kith and kin’ as you read. I liked that Naeth has to seduce Rei when he is so much younger and innocent, but still sure of his feelings for his beloved guardian.
It makes me think of “naif,” partly because that describes him so well. If you are underage or depictions of same sex relationships disturb you, go no further or proceed with caution as the case may be.
The side characters carried the funny parts of this story. Includes the Chance Met Trilogy.
By Chance Met (Chronicles of Ylandre, #3) by Eressë (5 star ratings)
You see the two of them ending up together and wondering what happened to Vittoria. Still a fun complex book. So in conclusion, read, loved, will certainly read the next. I mean sheath, of course.
In addition, new bits and pieces to add to this amazing fantasy world were scarce and I would have loved to see more of the wonderful and amusing family banter between the members of the royal clique which I came to love in the first two books. But they also stand out as amazing men, Naeth with his pure heart and innocence, and Rei who is a member of the “royal” family with his ethics and his total lack of snobbery in a hierarchical class society.