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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2009

    A good start...

    This is a great start to a wonderful series. With the combination of magic, drama, love, and battles, it has it all. If you love to read for an escape this is a book for you. I loved it the first time i read it and i continue to each and every time i reread it. Follow it up with the rest of the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2007

    Out of all of her books so far in the series, its #1!!!

    just reading about her makes me wish i were a Circlet as well!! Robin drew me in with the life of Exotique Weather Circlet Marian Harasta!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2007

    Loved it

    I read this book first accidentally, not knowing it was part of a series. But even so the author writes in a way that you can read them out of order and still enjoy them completely. I couldn't put the book down once I started. I was drawn in by Marian and how she agonizes over staying and finding happiness, or going back to her own world to care for her dying brother.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2006

    4.5 Stars!

    On Earth, or Terre, Marian Harasta performs a ritual, seeking answers for her life and at the same moment, a Summoning spell is invoked on Llandrana as the Sorcerers attempt to draw their own Exotique to their world to help battle the dark. As a result, Marian lands in their world and is almost immediately handed over to a cranky, reclusive Sorcerer to receive instruction in how to use the considerable power she never realized she had until now. Marian may find this new land fascinating, and beautiful, but she feels her ties to Earth still pulling on her. The longing for a relationship with her mother is one, the need to cure her brother's debilitating disease another. Yet, she has come to love this new world, and a man in it. Lladrana might have a cure, but first, she must battle the darkness. ......................... Lladrana is a world that is a joy to visit. Ms. Owens has peopled it with memorable character who spring to life and make you care about their fates. Hamster sales might go through the ceiling after readers meet Tuck, Marian's charming companion, and of course, old friends from Guardian of Honor play important roles in this book. If you've wondered how Alexa, Bastien, and Sinafin are doing, you'll get to see them once more. If you missed reading that book, it's not essential to have done so to follow what happens here, but you'll be missing a real treat, so be sure you do asap.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    romantic fantasy at its very best

    Monsters from the Dark were getting through holes created when segments of the magic fenceposts died the people of Lladrana did not know how to repair the damage or recharge the magic until the Exotique Alexa from Earth figured it out and destroyed the monsters in the latest battle. Unfortunately one of the monsters, a sangvile, escaped and killed the parents of the sorcerer circlet Jaquar. --- The Sorcerers summon a new Exotique and Jaquar plans to use her to travel the planes and kill the malevolent maw spawning new monsters. Marian is conducting a Wiccan ritual when she is thrust threw the dimensional portal and ends up in Lladrana where she is first trained by the master sorcerer circlet and later by Jaquar himself. As he gets to know Marian, he abandons his plans because he does not went to send the woman he loves into danger that probably means her death. Although Marian wants to stay in Lladrana she has a brother that she loves very much on Earth that she can¿t abandon and a betrayal by people she has come to trust makes her doubt her feelings about those she came to save. --- One of the great things about Robin D. Owens¿ ongoing Luna series is that each book can stand alone yet there remains continuity through the return of heroes and champions from the previous tale. This sword and sorcery fantasy, complete with Pegasus and a sentient hamster, and an enigmatic fairy is so fascinating that readers find themselves caught up in in the magic of reading. SORCERESS OF FAITH is romantic fantasy at its very best. --- Harriet Klausner

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