Red Gold Bridgeby Patrice Sarath
When Lynn passed through the gordath into Aeritan’s war ravaged society, the man who loved her followed. But while Lynn fought her way back, Joe found his destiny
A year ago, Lynn Romano and Kate Mossland stumbled through the gordath, a portal between our world and Aeritan. They survived, and returned from that world—but not without a price.
When Lynn passed through the gordath into Aeritan’s war ravaged society, the man who loved her followed. But while Lynn fought her way back, Joe found his destiny and stayed behind. Worlds apart, Lynn and Joe have not forgotten each other, but neither expects ever to see the other again.
When Kate Mossland returned from Aeritan, she brought back Colar—a young man whose wounds would have been fatal in that primitive society. But despite his ties to the girl who saved his life, Earth is no place for an Aeritan-born man.
Now, as the rumble of the gordath echoes through both worlds, danger from Aeritan has come for both Lynn and Kate. A powerful Aeritan general—driven by his obsession with Kate—has crossed though to Earth and assembled an army of outcasts. This time the battle will rage not just in Aeritan, but in our own world, and everyone must choose, finally, to which world they belong.
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I am sick of reading a good first book and then in the 2nd or later book having the writer decide it is okay to throw words like f*** in there. I am going to return this book and I hope all of you will rebel against writers taking these liberties when they had a good book without that kind of language. A good writer can write and characterize without these words!
This book actually gets a 4.67 from me. It was nearly perfect, yes, I said that. It had the right mix of intrigue, thrills (not the cheap kind), suspense and wonder. The second book also got the POV's right, weaving them all together almost seamlessly and allowing every character to develop yet go further with the plot culminating back to the beginning to Joe. Joe started this book off and he ended the book, much like Lynne started the last book off. I was afraid I was going to be left with the same feeling I had toward the romance of Aerin and Tor and the magic guy from "The Hero and The Crown" - but I wasn't. It was a good ending told realistically enough with Lynne, Joe and Crae and gave them enough of a good ending to believe anything else that followed. Crae really grew on me in this book and I kept hoping for him to succeed and to be comfortable in his own skin as well as in his own lot. I didn't see him as an interloper between Joe and Lynne like the last book and I really felt he was coming into his own. We learned more about Joe in this book. Between his own narration and the stories that his mother told, I got a better idea of just who Joe was and why he was so special. Lynne took a bit of a backseat in this one and was more or less coming to terms with her own emotions and actions that occurred in the last book. Her choices have an effect on both men. Kate Mossland is the object of a crazy man's affections and she grows up further in this book. She has an idea of what she wants to do and who she wants to be but it takes her a little while to get there. Her sacrifice is enormous and you can feel her loss, blunted only a little by the presence of Colar, and get a sense that maybe this sequel could lead to a third book.
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