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Fletcher (Prydain #3)

4.48  ·  Rating details ·  56 Ratings  ·  28 Reviews
Rebellious, mouthy Lind has had enough of being a slave. She’s certainly not going to act meek and mild to please a bossy, stuck-up Guildsman, even if he is a dangerous nutcase with a rep for burning down entire cities. Determined to run away, Lind quickly discovers that the Fletcher is more than a match for her.

Having lost his family, master craftsman Ware Fletcher is dr
Published October 14th 2016 by AJ Adams
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Nov 06, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dark, safe
“Let me look at you, tender beauty.”

The world of “Fletcher” was such an interesting place to explore: battles, castles, horse riding and archery, dukes, aristocrats, craftsmen and slaves. Though it was very fun to read, the conditions were so harsh even for the richest people in the story that I wouldn’t dare live in it simply because I wouldn’t be so lucky to have someone help me like Ware helped the heroine.

Lind was a great heroine, she was stubborn, bad mannered and her endless swearing
Oct 31, 2017 marked it as dnf
Shelves: annoying-heroine
From the bottom of my heart, I gave it my best effort. Despite my notoriously twitchy DNF finger, I made myself pick up this book again at least a half dozen times after giving it up. It took me a week just to get to 30% and I normally devour a book a day. I just couldn't be inside the heroine's headcasespace anymore. A very apologetic DNF because I really enjoy this author's quirky books and this fantasy series was so far a breath of fresh air amongst my more conventional reads.
Cathy Geha
Oct 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Fletcher by A.J. Adams
Prydain #2

Ware Fletcher is a master at his craft, has traveled extensively and experienced life to the full. When he returns home and finds his family has been murdered he sets out to get revenge by murdering the man responsible, Sir Ranulf. To achieve his goal he purchases Lind, a thrall (slave), with a skill necessary for him to reach inside Sir Ranulf’s lair.

Pyrdain is a world that is wild, savage and yet filled with laws that must be obeyed. There are frequent conflict
Nerdy Dirty & Flirty
Nov 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing

A romantic quest like no other…
I heard “dark” and I couldn’t jump on this book fast enough! It is a different type of dark though. While being sexy and smart it is also brutal and violent. This is not utopia but a world that could very well be the twenty-first or the fifteenth century. It is a fantasy and a quest. A tale of revenge. It is a reminder how far we’ve come and how far we need to go in how we treat each other has men and women. As human beings. Blend that all together with clever char
Lene Blackthorn
Nov 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The fantasy world we are taken in might be confusing at first, but with some time, the complexity and detailed functionality find a path to the reader's heart. I found it charming, attractive, stunning. I'd like to experience living in such fantasy world.
Ware is a master arrow maker who is filled with lust for revenge after a family tragedy. Plotting his vengeance, he meets Lind, a thrall who suffered one master worse that another and her rebellious manners make her position even harder. He buy
Tanya Rae ~ TaSTy WordGasms
While reading Fletcher I discovered I just had to keep reading and turning pages so I could find out what was happening.  I really enjoyed this book so much so that while I had to even read it while at work on my breaks I just couldn’t put it down. 

“Fletcher” is Ware Fletcher and Lind’s (a Thrall).  Ware ends up buying Lind to help him with revenge against the man that killed his family.  Lind turns out to be a terrible “thrall” (slave) because she would rather runaway and possibly die than to k
Oct 29, 2016 rated it really liked it
I really, really enjoyed reading A.J. Adams' Fletcher. It's the right mix of adventure, sassiness, and sexiness.

Ware Fletcher is out for revenge for the death of his family, their farm, and their shrine. He knows who did it, but he just needs to find a way to get revenge.

Then he meets Lind, climbing perfectly down the side of the building, knowing that she is the secret weapon he needs to get his revenge. She's a thrall, nothing more than a common slave who has a smart mouth and loves to swear
Oct 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This book is set in a fictional country but it is similar to our own medieval times.
Our hero is Master Ware Fletcher a famous arrow maker who has invented many different sorts of arrows with special uses. He has been away from home for several months and comes home to tragedy . That sets him on the path to vengeance.
Our heroine has been a Thrall (slave) since her parents sold her as a child. She has had many owners each new one worse than the one before. Unfortunately for her she has never lea
This book was great! I loved being in the world of Prydain again! Ware and Lind are a very unlikely couple but they have a great connection and as the story progresses they both get to learn what it's like to live in each others world. Ware is on a quest and he's determined to do anything to achieve his goal but it's not easy. There are so many people who are against him he has to fight hard. Lind is just living her life the way she wants to and fighting back the only way she knows how regardles ...more
Oct 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This had all the elements of a great book. The story was unique, involved and full of action, drama and some twists. The H was a strong, honorable Alpha male and the h was feisty, brave and unique. While the background story is explained the world AJ Adams created is complex and takes some time to understand. This is clearly a fantasy world but very well done and the characters are well developed. I love that the story is told from both the H and h point of view adding interest and insight. Look ...more
Oct 10, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2016
Wow I feel like I just went back in time and found some long lost friends. I am not fond of reading books based in the past, but...well..WOW!! The heroine is lively, stubborn and strong. The hero is just as stubborn, strong and lively. I read this entire book in one sitting because it was so captivating!!! AJ Adams has kept me up all night yet again with spellbinding writing.
Cécile Smits
Set in medieval times,this is the story of Ware and his thrall,Lind. He's on the path of revenge when he finds her and they embark on a journey filled with danger to seek justice for what's been done to him. Written with AJ's good sense of humor,this fast paced story captures you instantly and has you cheering Ware and Lind on right 'till the end. Loved it!
Heidi R.
Oct 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
What a totally cool story! I loved Ware Fletcher and Lind!
The Color of Ink
Nov 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Fletcher is definitely an interesting and unique story. I really enjoy the world A.J. Adams has created. She does an amazing job of weaving in the most unexpected love stories. Her characters are strong and quirky, and Ware and Lind are no exception.

He’s out for revenge. She’s seen as nothing more than a common slave. Except, Ware knew right from the beginning she wasn’t quite as common as they all thought. Her specific talents may just be what he needs to get his revenge. Ware soon finds out,
Mar 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: myth
Once again A.J Adams delivers a action packed story with a feisty heroine and a delicious lead man. However this story has a clever subtle undertone throughout which really appealed to my feminist side.

I loved Lind (I adore anyone who swears like a sailor on shore leave) and Ware was a complex hero with many layers. I'd say he was A.J Adams most fully formed male leads in any of her books.

I can't wait to return to Prydain.
Nov 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Fletcher is the second book set into A.J.'s Prydain universe.

You don't need to read Beast to get into it, though it does give an edge as you'll be already familiar with the rules and customs of the world. Fletcher follows a completely different set of characters, with no prior appearances in the previous book.

Fletcher starts as a plain old tale of revenge: Ware Fletcher returns home to find it destroyed, and sets on a quest to make the person responsible pay. Along the way, he buys Lind, a reb
Nov 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of Fiction Adults 18+
Wow! Just wow! What a fan-freaking-tastic must read for fans of fiction no matter what your usual favorite genre is! ... I’m a huge contemporary fiction fan so I wasn’t sure about visiting another era, but I should have known that anything from the pen of AJ Adams would blow me away! ... "Fletcher" grabbed me from the start, kept me glued to my seat and turning pages like crazy right through to the end, then left me wanting more! ... This medieval fantasy is packed with some dark and gritty dram ...more
Kristi Cramer
I'm thrilled with this installment of AJ Adam's Prydain novels. Fletcher is witty, dark, sexy, riveting and just all around fantastic. Ms. Adams gets the mix just right in this twisted tale of one man's quest for revenge and one woman's quest for freedom.

Lind is a terrible thrall, and I totally believed her character, from her foul mouth to the way she's developed means to deal with a master's right to use his thrall in any way he chooses. She totally blindsides Ware, until he doesn't know she h
Shelly's Book Corner
Nov 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: lourdes-reviews
Ware Fletcher is a Master Craftsman, citizen of Prydain and famous for his skill. When he returns from his travels to found his home destroyed and his family and friends gone he sets on a path to seek revenge from the rogues who razed it. Upon arriving into Caern, he meets Lind under very unusual circumstances. Foreseeing the girl will be of use to him in his plans, he buys her and saves her from certain death, but the thrall is not a meek, easy to handle slave. She’s feisty, determined and dang ...more
Michelle Austin
Nov 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing

Fletcher was a great 5 star read.

Ware has returned home and finds it has been destroyed, he vows to get revenge.
Lind has skills that Ware could use on his journey, so he buys her.
Lind is a very strong character and Ware is a true alpha with a slight temper. Can Lind help Ware get his revenge?

Through their journey they grow closer and I really enjoyed the humor. There is so much more to this read that I don’t want to give anything away. There is some grap
Jan 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I didn’t think I could love author AJ Adams any more than I already did, but this book just blew me away. Lind is a sarcastic, cheeky, wild and incredibly strong female. And what to say about Ware? OMG, he’s perfect absolutely perfect! Strong, smart and brooding oh and he knows how to use what the gods gave him (wink wink) HEA with a good serving of romance, sex and a just dash of angst. This author is absolutely brilliant and I will hold my breath waiting for her next book. I highly encourage y ...more
Selina Harvey
Nov 08, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: chick-porn, fantasy
The Good:
Fast paced and full of adventure, with quirky and mostly likeable characters.

The Bad:
The story was a tad trite and cliche.
The writing style was all over the place, with far too many colloquialisms (such as "had a blast" or "say what?" moments) to truly fit the genre the author was going for (fantasy).
The tense (past/present/future) was also all over the place, especially with the going back and over for each viewpoint of things already seen.
The characters were fairly predictable and th
United Indie Book Blog
Nov 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
I must be honest the cover art gave me chills .....phenomenal 4 star chills !

So Fletcher cones home to find his family murdered and he swears to take revenge but he needs help and he gets in the firm of Lind .

Lind is a slave and she dreams of freedom and she soon realises that freedom comes in different forms.

Fletcher is a skilled man and he's good at warfare and would you expect anything less from a gifted swordsman ?!

Lind and Fletcher took me on quite a fantasical trip through Pyrdain and let
I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review and I am pleased to be part of the blog tour for its release.

In true artistic fashion author A.J. Adams brings the readers a dark and historical make believe land that only the strong can survive in. The story starts as a revenge plot to avenge the main characters family after he finds his home destroyed. As part of the MC plan he purchases a thrall (women slave) to help him play out his revenge. The adventures and horrors that fol
Nov 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
*4.5 stars*
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If you love romance with an edge, you're in the right place. With AJ Adams you enter into the violent world of the Cartel, Camorra, Belial's MC and Prydain where death and romance go hand in hand.

All my novels are all self-standing and although some feature the same families, you need not read them all - although it would be awesome if you did!

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Prydain (3 books)
  • Beast (Prydain, #1)
  • The Beast and The Sibyl (Prydain, #2)