Hael's Fury

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Hael's Fury

I really enjoyed this story. It was a short, sweet read with just enough suspense and action to keep things hopping without detracting from the romance.

I do think, however, that Viola Grace should perhaps considering branching out into longer stories. Although the story was engaging enough on it's own, I felt that it could easily have been expanded to include more history of Liv's world, her parents, the culture, and et cetera to really flesh the story out.

As it is, I feel like I haven't had quite enough to understand anything except that it's a pretty hot story with some likable characters, but not much else. Not that this is entirely a bad thing, but it just could be so much more and isn't. More character development would also not have gone amiss. Liv and Vasu are interesting people, but I feel that I don't really get to know them as such before they run off into either bed or adventuring. Their teammates also seem like interesting characters -- but again I don't really get to know them and thus I'm not as interested in their stories as I could have been.

However, I do like what I see of Grace's work, so I guess I'm still in for the ride for now.


Book Blurb for Hael's Fury

Minimizing natural disasters was all that Liv Hael lived for. Her matriarchal family tree had a long history of doing their duty to Drai and she was following in their footsteps. When she meets the dragon that she dreamed about, and he offers her a position in the Sector Guard, she can't believe her ears. Only one thing stands in the way of Liv and Vasu joining. Will she accept his house as her nest?


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2009 3.50