The Tristan Stone (Conclusion of Tristan of Dintagell)

The Tristan Stone (Conclusion of Tristan of Dintagell)

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by Leah McDaniel
     
 

Love. Lust. Jealousy. Infidelity. Betrayal. Tristan and Isuelt grapple with feelings and emotions that test their honor, integrity and capacity for forgiveness, and they both struggle to define what love really is. Dark Age kingdoms fall apart around them, and fate finally intervenes, testing Isuelt's capacity not only to survive, but to find love once and for

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Love. Lust. Jealousy. Infidelity. Betrayal. Tristan and Isuelt grapple with feelings and emotions that test their honor, integrity and capacity for forgiveness, and they both struggle to define what love really is. Dark Age kingdoms fall apart around them, and fate finally intervenes, testing Isuelt's capacity not only to survive, but to find love once and for certain.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000690390
Publisher:
Leah McDaniel
Publication date:
01/01/2009
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
468 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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40 something mother and wife, I am in love with reading and writing. My other passions include photography and horses, and my longsuffering family is squeezed in there as well. Thanks guys! I live in Bend, Oregon and train horses when I am not writing or creating photographic art or skiing, hiking, or, well, you probably get the picture. I hope you enjoy reading my stories as much as I have enjoyed writing them. I look forward to your feedback. Thanks for looking!

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Tristan Stone (Conclusion of Tristan of Dintagell) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Fantasy_mom More than 1 year ago
I think lovers of historical fiction, and especially this period and region, will enjoy this. Romance lovers may feel bogged down by the intensive historical detail. In this second book, I noticed the same issues as in the first (historical detail not necessary for the story, odd word usage-I have never heard "tumescence" used to describe a baby bump before, and a poll of writers and English teachers agreed that the connotation was wrong for the context. I do judge indie books editing, as I believe the editing process is a major one in creating a great book. It is impossible not to compare with great historical novelists such as Diana Gabaldon. I would read more by this author, but I think her books would be much improved if she could get an editor.