A Cold Wind

A Cold Wind When retired Erdemen army officer Kemen Sendoa helped the young prince Hakan Ithel reclaim his throne he thought he was happy He d shaped the future of his beloved country and earned a place of honor

  • Title: A Cold Wind
  • Author: C.J. Brightley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When retired Erdemen army officer Kemen Sendoa helped the young prince Hakan Ithel reclaim his throne, he thought he was happy He d shaped the future of his beloved country and earned a place of honor and respect But what about his own future Now, in the shelter of the palace, he is offered joy he never imagined But will choices and circumstances force him to a final saWhen retired Erdemen army officer Kemen Sendoa helped the young prince Hakan Ithel reclaim his throne, he thought he was happy He d shaped the future of his beloved country and earned a place of honor and respect But what about his own future Now, in the shelter of the palace, he is offered joy he never imagined But will choices and circumstances force him to a final sacrifice A tale of love, honor, and forgiveness, A Cold Wind follows The King s Sword in the Erdemen Honor series.

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    1. I enjoyed the first book in this series, and, as I predicted, this one is better. I found it emotionally moving more than once, which doesn't happen often. It has two threads to it: a romance plot, and what can't quite be called an adventure plot because it's deliberately not high-action or fast-paced (and, to me, is none the worse for that). The two would-be lovers, kept apart by their lack of self-confidence and their inability to communicate, were wonderfully depicted, and the matter-of-fact [...]

    2. This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.I can't believe I read it in one sitting! Yes, it is that good.Kemen Sendoa helped the prince gain the throne and become the king. He and the prince became friends, and now he lives in the castle in a position of honor. This is the second book of the Erdemen Honor series, and will not disappoint readers.I really like the way the author allows the story to flow naturally. There is no forced romance, it all happens almost accidentally. Kemen Sendoa often [...]

    3. Sweet and mild love story4.5Reader thoughts: It took me a while to get into this book. The previous one was fast-paced and had politics and fights and adventure and travel. The first 30% of this one was mostly just a warrior and servant courting each other.Then the action happened! We had anger and honor and border battles and subordination and regret and danger. Much more my kind of story.Through it all, we have characters who are humble but not shy, characters who just genuinely put others bef [...]

    4. This one is a little different from the first volume. This volume is told in a different POV in each chapter, revolving around two characters as they creative a relationship with each other. I can't quite remember though if I was thrown off or not. I had a feeling about the new character and decided not to like the character but ended up loving her because reasons. For some reason my first reaction to possible love interests for characters I adore is resentment and it's heinous. The title is wel [...]

    5. Erdemen has a new king. But Kemen Sendoa's efforts at the denouement of A King's Sword have left him bed-ridden and recovering. Yet there may be a silver lining to the lingering cloudse palace is full of people the soldier might have otherwise not had occasion to meet. Later, as Kemen's duties again require him to travel on behalf of his friend the king, the man must fight a pair of battles--one a reprise of history (but no less deadly), and the other of a kind for which he has no preparation.Wr [...]

    6. The saga of Kemen continues. I had been hoarding this book for a little while because I knew I was going to really enjoy it, and I did enjoy it very much. A great job of showing the different perspectives and the inherent confusion in conversations between cultures and sexes, where expectations are different and words don't mean the same thing. Action, adventure, love.I received book #3, Honors Heir, as a gift and I am trying to savor the anticipation for a couple days before I devour it.Thanks [...]

    7. This book answers the question, "You just saved the kingdom - what are you going to do next??" And the answer is, obviously, fall in love and attempt to get married. This book focuses much more on the development of Kemen and his struggle to show his feelings while upholding his sense of honor and duty. While there is less action than in the first book, this is a wonderful continuation of Kemen and Hakan's story.

    8. Where the first book in the series is a story of friendship and love of country, the second is, at heart, a love story. Though the same themes of friendship and honor as in the first remain, we now see a deeper layer of Kemen's heart as he woos Ria. Surrounding all of this is a marvelously told adventure to secure the kingdom's northern border.

    9. Unlike book 1 in this series which was a fabulous coming of age fantasy (in the swords and princes line), this (book 2) was 100% romance. I liked being in the head of the hero, and enjoyed the small glimpses into racism. I actually teared up a couple of times.

    10. The second book in this series is more focused on finding love and forgiveness. Once again 'good' triumphs over 'bad' and we get to see the hero finally find his HEA.

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