Heiress of Healing

Heiress of Healing The people of the Seven Demesnes live in unease Every generation seven sons are born to rule their seven walled cities Without them mankind is fated to fall Now something is killing them before the

  • Title: Heiress of Healing
  • Author: Sonya Lano
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback
  • The people of the Seven Demesnes live in unease Every generation, seven sons are born to rule their seven walled cities Without them, mankind is fated to fall.Now, something is killing them before they can be born.When Iminique Demascus senses a nameless evil striking at the unborn royal children, she has to make a choice A noblewoman and a healer in a world where aristThe people of the Seven Demesnes live in unease Every generation, seven sons are born to rule their seven walled cities Without them, mankind is fated to fall.Now, something is killing them before they can be born.When Iminique Demascus senses a nameless evil striking at the unborn royal children, she has to make a choice A noblewoman and a healer in a world where aristocrats and mages belong to different castes, she is forbidden by her father to ever heal Breaking his dictate, she saves a single girl child.No one thanks her Neither the child s parents nor the people want a girl, reviling her for surviving when the males perished Left as the princess s sole protector and faced with adversity and hostility from nearly every quarter, Iminique allies herself with the wizard who once dragged her to the brink of death and then inexplicably let her go a wizard who has his own secret agenda and casts spells that should be impossible.Meanwhile, in the south, a young sorceress falls prey to an ancient enemy, one weaving his own plans for bringing mankind to its knees.

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    1. My goodness this is an elaborate story! There are so many different stories going on but they are all intertwined. I've not read a book that handles different story lines so well either. I feel like I'm really invested in each one instead of just the main story. The book held my interest from the first page and I felt like I had to rip myself out of it when taking a break. I will be one of the first ones in line for book two!

    2. Full disclosure: I received this book through a giveaway. This has in no way influenced the opinions expressed in this review.I became interested in Heiress of Healing hoping it was the start of an epic fantasy series and began reading it fearing it may in fact be merely paranormal romance disguised under a thin veil of more "proper" fantasy. On both counts, I was right and wrong at the same time, because it is something between the two, featuring a decent enough actual fantasy side and a paran [...]

    3. This book was everything I expected it to be and so SO much more.The book spans about 15-20 years by my estimates, and tells the story of the young healer and the baby she delivers under duress. Whilst it follows a few characters, Iminique the healer is the main one, and we watch her grow from an uncertain child into a beautiful, graceful woman with all the wrong ideas about what it takes to be a wife in the First Demense. Quentyn is the mysterious yet sexy warlock who is Iminique's enemy at fir [...]

    4. I have so many things to say about this book that I don't know where to start. Well, first of all I want to thank and Sonya Lano for the possibility of reading this book and for being so nice to me. Heiress of Healing was a page-turner since the beginning and I enjoyed the book until the very last page (that ending killed me I want to know what happens next so badly!). The world-building and characters were done very well and I can't really fit the book in only one genre. I'd say it's fantasy; [...]

    5. I'll say a good 4.5 stars.Stunning writing. Just stunning.Right from the first I was drawn in to Iminique's world and magic.This is an epic tale, with a large cast introduced over many chapters. Yet, I never felt bogged down by too many new names. They were introduced with just enough depth to get to know them before others came into the picture.It's a tale of political intrigue, with a back-bone of love, desire and trust (or not). It heads down some pretty dark paths, so is not for the easily o [...]

    6. The relationships in this book are all kinda rape-y. I don't see the allure any of the female characters have for the guys they are into.

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