Jarrett failed everyone close to him.
In disgrace, he resigned his position as Captain of the Royal Guard and entered self-imposed exile in the Eastern Forests. As a common soldier, he fought the remainder of Marduk’s monsters.
A surprise summoning, though, brings Jarrett back to Bertrand. He finds Clara nearly bedridden from an assassination ...more
The third book in the Lorst series, Secret Burdens, did not disappoint. Suzanna J. Linton has created a cast of amazing characters that you care and root for. The emotion in her writing is real. You celebrate and mourn along with them. This third book has secrets around every turn and you lose track or whose trust worthy. If you have already started the Stories of Lorst series than this is a must read that you don't want to miss.
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Fantasy is great at tearing us away from the mundane. The best of it takes the ordinary emotions that we know and sprinkles around them just enough magic to dazzle and amaze us. Secret Burdens is filled to the brim with hearts full of love, hope, and the need to find a place among others. Add ...more
This is an intricate story, and my admiration for Suzanna J. Linton knew no bo ...more
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While Secret Burdens completes a trilogy it leaves plenty of questions in the reader's mind as to what happens next - hopefully Suzanna will write at least another book in the Stories of Lorst to satisfy her loyal readers.
If you haven't read the preceding books yet, do so. I'm sure that you'll be pleased that you did so. ...more
This next book in the Stories of Lorst doesn't end in your typical hea. The author gives us an ...more