His to protect
When Vera broke Venn’s heart, he was shattered. When she was abducted by mercenaries, he vowed to tear Mortise apart to find her. Now, reunited, he is determined to keep her safe–and win back her heart. Of course, things are never that simple.Hers to defend
Vera has regretted hurting Venn ever since that fateful night in Wexon, but finding the right time to tell him is proving difficult. Traveling with him to Duvan should give her the perfect opportunity, but things take an unexpected turn when they find young children abandoned near a roadside.Theirs to save
Helping the children isn’t in question, but the detour leads Venn and Vera into the heart of a sinister mystery. The truth they fight to uncover could change everything in Eyrinthia–and may cost them their lives.
Shield & Blade is book 3.5 in the Fate of Eyrinthia YA fantasy romance series. It is best enjoyed after reading Royal Captive.
It's no secret that I love this series. I seriously tell anyone who will listen to me. So of course I am excited about this new novella (which is honestly long enough to be a novel) and even more excited because it fills in a part of the story from Royal Captive that we were left wondering about. It's Vera and Venn's story!!
I'm not even a bit embarrassed to say that I sat in my comfy chair all day and devoured this book. I read it from beginning to end with almost no interruptions. How lucky is that?! I adore both Vera and Venn. And when those children enter the picture? The adoration levels skyrocketed. Through the roof. The danger keeps coming, relentless in nature, but Vera and Venn hold steady. They are strong, loyal, brave and kind. The very best kind of heroes.
Love, love, love, love. 💙
Content: violence, peril, death, mention of torture. Kissing.
- I received a complimentary copy of this book but have since bought my own copy. All opinions expressed are my own.
is a #1 Amazon Bestselling YA author who loves epic stories with
breath-stealing romance. She is the author of the Seers trilogy and the Fate of
Eyrinthia series. Her books have been Whitney Award Finalists and Swoony Award
Finalists. She has a BS in Creative Writing and a minor in Folklore, which
means she got to read fairy tales and call it homework. When she’s not
writing, Heather likes to read, travel, and re-watch Lord of the Rings. She
lives in a beautiful valley surrounded by towering mountains in northern Utah.
To learn more about Heather and her books, visit her website: www.HeatherFrost.com