Elizabeth Vaughan / Jan 24, 2020

Warlord Lara of Xy and her Warlord Keir of the Cat have been through much together Lara abandoned her lands and people for love of him She adopted his ways and learned of his tribe Together they have faced

  • Title: Warlord
  • Author: Elizabeth Vaughan
  • ISBN: 9780765352668
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Lara of Xy and her Warlord, Keir of the Cat, have been through much together Lara abandoned her lands and people for love of him She adopted his ways and learned of his tribe Together they have faced plague and insurgency and despite these struggles, they have known happiness and joy Now they face their most arduous task Keir must take Lara into the Heart of the PLara of Xy and her Warlord, Keir of the Cat, have been through much together Lara abandoned her lands and people for love of him She adopted his ways and learned of his tribe Together they have faced plague and insurgency and despite these struggles, they have known happiness and joy Now they face their most arduous task Keir must take Lara into the Heart of the Plains, and introduce her as the Warprize to the warrior priests She must be tested questioned, examined, watched and must find favor with the warrior priests and the tribe s elders before they will confirm her as a true Warprize But in Lara s heart there are doubts for what if she is found wanting Will Keir give up everything he knows to be with his Warprize

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        Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information Elizabeth A Vaughan is the author of the Chronicles of the Warlands, a fantasy romance trilogy from Tor Books Warprize her first novel , Warsworn, and WarlordShe s always loved fantasy and science fiction, and has been a fantasy role player since 1981 By day, Beth s secret identity is that of a lawyer, practicing in the area of bankruptcy and financial matters, a role she has maintained since 1985.Beth is owned by three cats, and lives in the Northwest Territory, on the outskirts of the Black Swamp, along Mad Anthony s Trail on the banks of the Maumee River.


    1. First off, the freaking twist in this book damn near gave me a heart attack. A HEART ATTACK. Ok, now that we've got that out the way I loved this book. The romance was so beautiful. Their loyalty and willingness to sacrifice for each other was amazing. I loved that Lara let her fiercer side out to play and she let everyone know she was getting her Warlord. You find out a lot more about Marcus in this book and I was rather intrigued. You also find out more about the infrastructure of the plains a [...]

    2. 4.5/5.0*sigh* Oh, I love that moment when, after a wonderful story, you turn the last page happy, satisfied and filled, knowing there really is a happily ever after, even if it is in our dreams. "Warlord" finishes a trilogy that is the stuff bedtime stories are made of - a beautiful princess, a strong honorable prince (Warlord in this instance) who fight for their dreams, perils that threaten to destroy good, evil that is sure to overcome. *another sigh* Oh, that life were so exciting and ended [...]

    3. I currently have a headache from trying to keep in my need to bawl during the last third of this novel. My heart was in my mouth when reading a certain passage and I felt I could 'curse the skies' because my lunch was over and I had to go back to work. How could I? With three chapters remaining?Storytelling like this reminds me why I read in the first place. It sucks you in and demands that you stay up until you fall asleep in front of the pages. You think constantly about the story when you're [...]

    4. The final book in Vaughan’s trilogy.‘The Chronicles of the Warlands’ reminded me a little bit of Diana Gabaldon’s ‘Outlander’ series. There’s no time travel, and Vaughan’s series is nowhere near as epic as Outlander – but on a smaller scale the two series have a few things in common. An outsider follows her warrior lover to his homeland. And both female protagonists are ‘healers’ – persecuted for their peculiar ways by their new adoptive people.In this final book Lara fin [...]

    5. In the third installment, The Warlord, we continue from the second book, they are entering the Plains of the Firelanders, and this installment will prove Keir and Lara and the love they have for each other. Neither of them will be tested as in the WARLORD. Because not only will Lara have to prove her worthiness to be the Warprize, but Keir will have to prove his honor and integrity and deal with the rumors that are spreading, and none of them are good. Upon entering the valley, Lara learns that [...]

    6. so, i'm not sure if i've ever felt this way about a trilogy before. . are my thoughts.i loved the other two books in the trilogy--because they deepened my love for the first book, warprize. i'm not sure that i loved then as much for their own merits. strange, huh? i loved warprize so much--and having a full picture of the culture, motivation, and characters through the next two books made re-reading the first book even better. yes, i said re-reading the first book (well large chunks of my favor [...]

    7. And the hits keep coming Warprize, I really liked Lara. I thought she was interesting and unique. Keir was a little flat, but he served his role as the strong, silent barbarian conqueror. Then, in Warsworn, Lara made stupid decision after stupid decisionke 40+ days straight of just idiotic choices because Vaughan needed a transition novel between the first and last book in order to make her trilogy. Complete waste of time. Now for Warlord.let's forget for a moment that Vaughan couldn't decide if [...]

    8. Once again this story takes off were Warsworn left off. Keir and Lara are headed to the heart of the plains, where all the tribes congregate for the summer. Lara must meet the Elders of the plains and be found acceptable before them, before she can be officially the Warprize and be Keir's bonded. This story was full of mystery, adventure, and intrigue. I love Mrs. Vaughan's world building it was so captivating to me. I love Keir and Lara's relationship and how it continues to grow. All my favori [...]

    9. ALL OF THE FEELINGS!!This book was incredible! We get to see life in the heart of the plains, meets some of Kier's "family"/tribe, Meet marcus' bonded, see some old characters turned new again, find out the truths we've been missing, get our Joden back, have our hearts broken, have them come somewhat back together, AHHHHHHHHHH!Seriously - if you liked the first two books at alley have nothing on this book. Seriously. I couldn't put it down - not even for the bachelor! I was watching in the comme [...]

    10. Okay, after the serious let-down of book two, this was much much better. I still didnt think it was as good as the first book but after reading book two I almost didn't read it at all. Xylara is on her way to the plains to meet Keir's people and try to win their acceptance of her as the warprize. It doesn't seem very likely at this point after the huge obstacle in book two, as she is bearing quite a bit of the blame for what happened in book two. As I was reading I was really looking forward to [...]

    11. Mesmerizing! It took my breath away completely!And oh, how I cried! I could relate to Lara so much. I was experiencing it all through her eyes.I felt what she felt: love for Keir, true and burning like scorching fire. Her doubts, her fears, her burdens. I experienced it all, as if I was there!And Keir, oh such a heroic Warlord. All other Warlords (Conan the Barbarian included) I've ever got to know, stand in his shadow. He's the best of the best and so much more than that!I can't wait to begin t [...]

    12. Fantasy/Romance HeartbreakingNow this, my friends, is true romanceo hearts, beating as one, standing together, even when all is lost. There are so many lovely elements to this story, the legend of the ghost riders, the humor of a 4 year old "warrior", charging on her trusty steed goat, the loyalty of an aged horse, the meaning of honor.My advice? Don't read another review. Believe me, you don't want to spoil the plot.Highly recommended. I am writing this the next day, with tears still in my eyes [...]

    13. I almost died whilst reading this, but it was worth it. You know, after I pulled the dagger out of my soul and realized it was ok. Not so much before.

    14. Wow. I fell for that twist hook, line & sinker. The plains culture was interesting and I was glad to see how complex it was.

    15. I almost feel bad that the second and third book in this series go toward my reading challenge for this year because I feel like they shouldn't count. I'm still going to leave them there, but these last two books gave me such a large sense of "meh" feeling that it almost wasn't worth it. Maybe I would've been better off reading the first one and pretending it ended there. Or even just the reading the first book and the last chapter of this book.As to why I feel this way, first off, like I said i [...]

    16. This is an extremely satisfying ending to a storyline that soothes my soul and reminds me why I love to read fantasy. I am very sad to see this chapter end. I know there are more stories, but I really want more of Lara and Keir. Short of that, I'm going to have to do an annual re-read. Beloved, beloved, beloved.

    17. I finished Warsworn and had to find Warlord! Glad I read all three in the series!Warlord picks up right after where Warsworn left off, with only minimal catching up or references to previous events. So, you really need to read all three to feel part of the saga! Previous characters from Warprize show up and the characters that are central to Keir and Lara lives are all in this story. It is less about Keir (again) and more about Lara. Nevertheless, I was thrilled when they were reunited and oh th [...]

    18. What's with Vaughan's style that always makes me cry like a baby, I wonder The woman has a gift, I tell you. Either that or she's some kind of witch Anyway, in what Warlord is concerned, it was a nice way to end the arc, answering some questions that I had from the previous installment but also leaving some unanswered. Well, too bad, overall, it was good, maybe not as gripping as the second book - far from the first's unbreakable grasp, but nevertheless an enjoyable book. As a review for the who [...]

    19. Good book. I really enjoyed it. I appreciated the fact that the culture of the Plains didn't have to truly change but accept some changes to the way they looked at things. This story, as a whole, while focusing on the Warprize bringing change to the Warlord's leader, was more about Lara learning about and becoming part of the People of the Plains. There wasn't a feeling that their ways would disappear under the onslaught of the more European-style culture, ala Dancing with Wolves and other stori [...]

    20. If I were to think up a phrase that would characterize my response to this book it would be: "I can't believe they managed to live through this whole thing." Kier and Lara are well and truly lovers, deeply entrenched in one another's lives and hearts, but their external circumstances are anything but easy. Add in the continued pressure from their enemies, the disappointment when old friends become detractors, and you have a book that is filled with lots of stress, tension, and worry for the futu [...]

    21. My thoughts on the first book in the series can be found here and my thoughts on the second book in the series can be found here.Well, I honestly believe that Vaughan's writing got better but unfortunately, the story as a whole did not. The most interesting one to read (despite the writing) was the first book because it had the most action going on. I did enjoy the second and the third book as well and the writing got immensely better by the time the third book rolled around but it wasn't what I [...]

    22. I am sad to see the end of this series, sure there is a book 4 but that one is not about Lara and Keir. And sure the book had a satisfying ending but it was not THE END. No, they still had battles before them. But I am happy with what I got.It seems Keir did not tell Lara everything about being a warprize *sighs* men! So they are separated and she has to fight her own battles. Not everyone is happy with her *grumbles something about stupid Iften shitten*. I like Lara, she is courageous, and Keir [...]

    23. Not nearly as good as the first book in the series. The protagonists have become boring; they think too much about sex. A number of scenes are too explicit.Also, the book is poorly edited. Someone needs to learn the difference between lie and lay and between then and than.

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