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S and a passion for horses fill her days but her nights are consumed with hopeless longing for the woman she lost to the temple seven winters ago Erinda knows Kade will never return to her After all what mortal could ever hope to compete with a Goddess. I would recommend reading the first book in the series before this one so that you already have an understanding of the world and its characters Such a delightful story The characters have depth and the plot well developed You will not be disappointed The Goddess ceremony with the new Shaa din is delicious The villain is ruthless and creates enough tension for you not to want to stop reading until you reach the conclusion I love that this book includes the characters from the first but they do not take over the te

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Prayer of the Handmaiden (Legends of Ithyria, #2)

When the Goddess Ithyris appoints shy priestess Kadrian to become Her first shaa’din or holy warrior in a millennium everyone is mystified by Her decision especially Kade herself On the battlefields of Mondera as Kade struggles to defend Ithyria from. I loved Sword of the Guardian and was expecting to like this too but I actually liked it even I m also glad I was able to read them back to back I can t imagine waiting years between them like so many other people did It was even emotional and the romance was even hard won I was glad to see of Talon and Shasta especially as they worked through some of their challenges

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A dangerous new enemy she’s also brought face to face with her greatest personal temptation the childhood sweetheart who had once nearly kept Kade from her spiritual callingErinda was born into the service of the royal family Endless household chore. While not as good as the first this is an enjoyable seuel The book wraps up the main story at the end but leaves it open for another I hope Shannon writes another maybe staring Talon s sister That was another nice thing about Prayer of the Handmaiden you got to continue the stories of the character you love from the first book Though Shannon did make Talon much annoying in this book Hopefully she ll fix that in the nextIf you liked the first book you will enjoy this


10 thoughts on “Prayer of the Handmaiden (Legends of Ithyria, #2)

  1. says:

    A wonderful seuel to the Sword of the Guardian And I must say that the uestions and criticism I had in my review of that book have partly bee

  2. says:

    I loved Sword of the Guardian and was expecting to like this too but I actually liked it even I'm also glad I was able to read them

  3. says:

    I've never read a book by this author that I didn't like and this one is no exception She's a fantastic writer of fantasy

  4. says:

    I have loved and enjoy

  5. says:

    I am left without words First I thought it couldn't get any better from the Sword of the Guardian but I had known Merry has a brilliant mind and she would surprise me again but I didn't dare utter it When I fini

  6. says:

    While not as good as the first this is an enjoyable seuel The book wraps up the main story at the end but leaves it open for another I hope Shan

  7. says:

    Find this review bookishsilvertongue I was given a free review copy through netgalleyPrayer of the handmaiden is not a good fantasy novel The plot is predictable the characters have weak motives to be involved in the war the antagonists are worse than two dimensional and the worldbuilding is pretty much non existent It's a mediocre fantasy no

  8. says:

    It's incredibly rare that I enjoy a seuel than the original but that was the case for Prayer of the Handmaiden I

  9. says:

    I would recommend reading the first book in the series before this one so that you already have an understanding of the world and its characters Such a delightful story The characters have depth and the plot well

  10. says:

    Sword of the Guardian was the first Bold Strokes book I ever picked up and it really set the bar Merry Shannon remains my favourite BS author and this 2nd Legend of Ithyria lived up to all my expectations It follows Erind

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