LEGACY DE CAYLA KLUVER PDF
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For Alera, as queen, she can not be involved in the rulings of the kingdom. Cayla wrote this book when she was only 14 years old! I was so uninterested and disgusted with the whole thing that I couldn’t trudge through the last oluver of the book. The color of ones eyes are not an indication of their love-worthiness.
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Honestly its like looking into the mind of a selfish, idiotic and clueless kid.
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I can’t wait for more! The character development that went into Steldor led me to believe that the author would finally take this story in the right direction.
This frustrates me and I sigh about it an awful lot, but it’s cle Originally posted on Small Review 3. Eventually, it attracted the attention of Harlequin Teen. Paperbackpages. We all know that. The characters’ descriptions and depth was everything I love in a story! Even without all of the above, the romance is completely forced and just about as gag-worthy as the worst YA “predestined” romance you can imagine.
Many people dislike Alera for being so week and pliable, but I love that it is so true to the book. Just in the same way that since Alera Loves Narian Forever, we’re going to conveniently ignore that whole he’s-killed-how-many-innocent-people?
Alera is the princess and heir to the throne of Hytanica, and now at age of seventeen, she has one year to find a suitable husband who meets her father’s standards to rule the kingdom at her side.
Not only dumb, but selfish, immature, and misguided. While I’ve read a variety of complaints about the author’s age upon the completion of this book 16I didn’t find the writing to be immature or juvenile. Narian is handsome to but not quite as much as Steldor. The good guys were under the impression that because the Cokyrian invading force was in Hytanica, their capital would be unguarded.
In the first book I didn’t much care for Steldor Alera’s betrothed The rest of the past 10 hours has been spent reading this book. I am so impressed with the storyline, it kept me at the edge of my seat.
All of the projects were either developed through my crafting workshops, for my YouTube channel, or for the book itself. That said, she’s probably more heavy handed than necessary to get her point across, yes, we know she’s trying to break into a male dominated world even though she’s queen now and be the one making the life and death decisions for her kingdom, and sometimes it makes her look meaner for it, but she has her moments where she makes the hard choices that makes her actions understandable, though in a few places I think the pressures do get to her.
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The way he talks, acts, and what not is just annoying to the max. The horrible, horrible adverbs. Despite her heartbreak, Alera must find a way to lead her kingdom to more hopeful times.
No long arrogant and completely chauvanistic, he begins to show a great deal more compassion towards Alera. He reveals more of his feelings for Alera and what that may imply.
Now get on your horse. I’m even holding out a teeny tiny bit of hope that some of the guys will get a shot at lrgacy Cokyria is threatening to invade Hytanica, and Alera is pining after Narian while trying to avoid consummating her marriage with Steldor. I really wanted to like this book, really I did.
They made me laugh, cry and root for them all the way to the bitter end.