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Blood Oath: An Orc Love Story

4.25  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  3 reviews
On a perilous journey to hide a sacred and powerful stone, the young orc Ripliancum comes across his betrothed, Zehra, wounded on the battlefield. After being mauled by a scavenger dragon, Zehra has only hours left to live—unless Ripliancum can get her to the sage enclave in time to counter the dragon’s venom.

Ripliancum hasn’t seen Zehra in three years. While he loves Zehr
Paperback, 102 pages
Published April 3rd 2014 by CreateSpace
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John Olsen
Dec 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
An amusing twist shows the devotion of an orc and what lengths he will go to for love.
Jay Barnson
Apr 05, 2015 rated it liked it
I bought this one at a convention. I mean... "An Orc Love Story." COME ON!! How could I not? And it is exactly what it says on the tin. It's clean, off-beat, and while actually written as a serious romance, the author clearly had fun with it, and that made it fun for me as the reader. I enjoyed the two lovers trying to explain why they are so evil and thus not worthy of each other's love, the lurid description of the climax's setting, and what the well-thought out magic system which still fit wi ...more
Seeley weaves a wonderful love story into the tapestry of war as Ripliancum and Zehra try to make their way to the safe haven where Zehra can be healed. The story is very rich in details without overwhelming the reader.

You can read my full review over on MySF Reviews.
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Through two wonderful mentored research experiences, Sarah E. Seeley had the opportunity to work with dead sauropods and ancient odonates while acquiring her undergraduate degree in geology from Brigham Young University. She hopes to study more dead things in the future and contribute to scientific discussions about what makes life on Earth so amazing. In the meantime, she explores the bright side ...more