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Bertrice Small

Bertrice Small(1937- )
Bertrice Small has written dozens of Harlequin romance novels — most set in a series. We’ll list the fantasy romance epic that she’s written, but you can find out about the others at Bertrice Small’s website.

The World of Hetar

The World of Hetar — (2005-2010) Publisher: Welcome, dear reader, to the world of Hetar. A land of Forest Lords, of Shadow Princes and Coastal Kings. A place that is both civilized and savage. Where the social classes know their place, but where anyone can, under the right conditions, advance to the highest pinnacle. This is a place where pleasure is not censured but encouraged; where the ends are justified by the means. And yet all is not as perfect as it may seem. The orderly, elegant veneer of refined Hetar cannot prevent the rebellion brewing in the Outlands, a dangerous place of both magic and mystery. From the City that is the very center of Hetar, Lara, the beautiful half-faerie daughter of John Swiftsword, ventures forth on a journey that will take her into the heart of darkness and the depths of desire, as she learns the true meaning of love that will last an eternity — a love that will change the destiny of Hetar forever.

Bertrice Small The World of Hetar fantasy book review 1. Lara 2. A Distant Tomorrow 3. The Twilight Lord 4. The Sorceress Of Belmair 5. The Shadow QueenBertrice Small The World of Hetar fantasy book review 1. Lara 2. A Distant Tomorrow 3. The Twilight Lord 4. The Sorceress Of Belmair 5. The Shadow QueenBertrice Small The World of Hetar fantasy book review 1. Lara 2. A Distant Tomorrow 3. The Twilight Lord 4. The Sorceress Of Belmair 5. The Shadow QueenBertrice Small The World of Hetar fantasy book review 1. Lara 2. A Distant Tomorrow 3. The Twilight Lord 4. The Sorceress Of Belmair 5. The Shadow QueenBertrice Small The World of Hetar fantasy book review 1. Lara 2. A Distant Tomorrow 3. The Twilight Lord 4. The Sorceress Of Belmair 5. The Shadow Queenfantasy and science fiction book reviews

 

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Lara: She has no faults

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Lara by Bertrice Small

Lara has been sold into slavery by her father. For most young women in the world of Hetar, this is a disaster that brings about nothing but fear and sorrow. For Lara however it is but the very beginning of her adventure.

Half human, half faerie, Lara is stunningly beautiful and willful as well. Her faerie protector guides her in finding her destiny which involves a series of great adventures and great lovers. Finally reaching the Outlands, Lara comes to realize her destiny is to aid the people she finds there in their war against her homeland Hatar. But when the battle comes will she be ready to face her fears?

Ok, I searched my mind long and hard to find a word that would describe Lara. The only word I can come up with that would seem to fit would be: kitsch.

The plot of Lara is pret... Read More

A Distant Tomorrow: Mindlessly entertaining

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A Distant Tomorrow by Bertrice Small

Five long and peaceful years have passed since the Winter War the people of the Outlands fought and won against the greedy nation of Hetar. But Gaius Prospero has not given up his scheme to become emperor, and after an unexpected and tragic blow, the Fairy woman Lara is pulled towards her distant and elusive destiny once again.

Unexpectedly Lara finds herself in a distant land across the sea know as Terah where, with her newfound powers, she manages to banish an evil curse and earns the love and adoration of the ruler Magnus Hauk.
However, even in this far away land, Prospero threatens Lara and her new way of life. Together Lara, Magnus, and the people of Terah must stand together against the locust land of Hetar in order to continue to live in peace and prosperity.

Admittedly, A Distant Tomorrow did ... Read More

The Twilight Lord: Leave it on the shelf!

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The Twilight Lord by Bertrice Small

Lara, Domina of Terah has been extremely happy caring for her family and husband. She has been reunited with her other children in Terah and they are learning to love their mother again. Nothing could be better.

But over in the Dark Lands, the Twilight Lord is planning her abduction because he has seen the future and Lara is to be the mother of his heir. After erasing her memory and bringing her to the Dark Lands, the Twilight Lord plans to make Lara his bride. Will she be able to remember who she is and escape before the Twilight Lord can complete his evil plot?

Alright, I have been exceptionally kind to this series up until this book. Some might say I’ve even “thrown it a bone” more than once. Unfortunately the charade cannot continue. Where I found the other books in this series (Lara and A ... Read More