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T'en Trilogy Book: The Last T'en (Last T'En Trilogy #1)

3.79 of 5 stars 3.79  ·  rating details  ·  112 ratings  ·  8 reviews
As the marauding Ghebite army storms her island kingdom, one of the last survivors of the legendary T'En defies the invaders - and becomes the last hope for her people.

Imoshen makes a formidable opponent for the infamous Ghebite conqueror, General Tulkhan. Trained in the ancient arts of war and diplomacy, she has inherited the dark magical powers of her T'En ancestors. Acc
419 pages
Published (first published July 6th 1999)
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Althea Ann
Fantasy romance, with a heavy emphasis on the romance.

Six hundred years ago, T'Imoshen's ancestors, the T'En, conquered the land of Fair Isle. However, over generations of interbreeding, the unique characteristics of the T'En - magical powers and a striking physical appearance (think elvish) - have all but died out. T'Imoshen is nearly the last 'throwback' to have the appearance and powers of the T'En.

One of the only others is her betrothed, Reothe. However, although she's physically attracted t
Shannon (Giraffe Days)
The T'En are a legendary race, exiled from their homeland six centuries ago, washed-up on the shores of Fair Isle where they conquered the people and brought culture, music, art and equality, making it an island rich in trade, wealth and culture. A race of slightly matriarchal aristocrats with silver hair, wine dark eyes and mind powers, Imoshen is the last of them - called a "Throwback" - and her relatively peaceful, complacent land has just been conquered by the invading Ghebites led by Genera ...more
Alicia Wanstall-Burke
This book literally changed my life.
I found it in my high school library when i was in about year eight. I'm not sure i should have been reading this genre of novel in year eight, but there you go!
I was searching for something, anything to ease the torment of teen hood and bury myself in. This was the salve for my wounds.
As one of the first fantasy novel i'd ever read, it had just the right balance of magic, fear, suspense, gore and romance - ok LOTS of romance - but let's not confuse this wit
Just recently I went somewhere where Rowena was doing a signing. So I thought I should give this book another read.

Just as I remembered, it was amazing!
The characters are well defined, the world is almost real! There are points in this story where you just want to reach forward and shake the characters!

And to respond to some of the other reviews. Tulkhan isn't from a world like our own, he comes from somewhere where women are looked down upon as animals. I think the way he treats Imoshen is more
Debbie  Dourte
I read this book under the title of "Broken Vows"... but there are several books with that title. This cover looks newer, so maybe it was changed.

Broken Vows
Amazing, Daniells has an amazing gift of creating complex, deep and driven characters that come to life. The story falls naturally, the character and plot development feels organic, as if these people are real. Real cultures, motivations, prejudices and emotions.
Friend gave to me as a "trashy romance". It wasn't that trashy and was pretty good for a fantasy romance. Title must have changed over the years as it was originally under the name of Broken Vows.
Rowena Daniells
Jun 11, 2011 Rowena Daniells rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
This is the first book of the Last T'En trilogy. It also appeared as Broken Vows, published by Bantam in the US.
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