Series: Isian #1
Published by Red Mountain Shadows Publishing on September 17th 2012
I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
Prince Garin is a brave, proud, adventure-seeking prince. Elani is his most trusted servant and she would do anything for him, even die for him. Their quest to find the mystical Treasure of Isian is immediately interrupted and they find themselves confronted by angry giants, soul-stealing elves, bewitched dragons, a vengeful water-witch, battling foes, and a mysterious kingdom.Elani must face her greatest fears to save her prince and her kingdom. Garin must decide what the most important things are in his life. Will they be able to make a great sacrifice to save the kingdom? And will Elani find true love?
Become lost in the adventure, love, loyalty, and mystery of The Treasure of Isian!
Prince Garin is off to find the elusive treasure of Isian, the one that will make princes wishes come true. Followed by a few good men and his faithful servant Elani they make their way. Little does he heed the warning that the treasure may not be what it seems. They search on in the lands where many magical creatures dwell, what they discover is most unexpected.
In ” an Oyster Shell – A mind-blowing fantasy read with a sweet romance intertwined.
The Pearls – The world building was just amazing. I love how this author took creatures that we may know from other fantasy stories and made them her own. I was over the moon as the party moved towards the land and the encountered magical creature after magical creature. She did a very good job at making each species distinctive to this story.
The story was romantic and poignant. The book read almost like a fairy tale of old. It had a moral that the reader could take with them long after they put the book down.
The characters were well defined. They played well of each other Garin and Elani. The supporting characters were helpful as well.
The Sand – This was a really good book