New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author and master of romance Bertrice Small welcomes you to the magical, sensual World of Hetar. The complete series list for – World of Hetar Bertrice Small. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and. Lara By Bertrice Small – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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Bertrice Small pulls you into this wonderful world and brings it to life! I’m done – done with the book and done with the series although there are loads of unanswered questions and unresolved plotlines. See all condition definitions – opens in a new window or tab Jul 19, Monica rated it liked it. I don’t usually read sci-fi or fantasy novel, this first of the series is very interesting.

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For UK smmall who have chosen the Special delivery option, please allow up to five days before contacting us. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Returns: Lara is not sold to the Houses but given to a trader for transport to the coastal lands for sale as a Pleasure slave.

Lara World of Hetar 1 by Bertrice Small. This was used in the book but in reference to a slave which would have been incorrect in the Middle Ages. The first issue lar this book has been mentioned by others: Best–selling Small begins a new bertrcie romance that does have a few of her signature elements–including a heroine whose sexual experiences involve other men beside the hero–but some readers may miss the vibrant, richly detailed settings and wonderful period flavor of Small’s beloved historicals.


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Please review your cart. Just Beyond Tomorrow by Bertrice Small. The writing itself in this book was also pretty average which didn’t help at all and I found most of the characters pretty boring. Regardless of squeamish readers, it’s clear that Bertrice Small published the story she intended to write.

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When I first started the series, I was intrigued by the premise: They had a son Thomas David. There are a couple of positives to admit to: A Memory of Laea.

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While a lot of the romance genre is bad, I have read the occasional book within this genre that was good one example would para ‘Firelight’, by Kristen Callihan. Finally, there’s a huge build-up to a confrontation between the Outlanders and the Hetarians, and then Learn More – opens in a new window or tab.

If you’d like to get the additional items you’ve selected to qualify for this offer, close this window and add these items to your cart. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Small’s writing style leaves something to be desired as well. It’s not full of wild sex the way Skye O’Malley was but neither is it full of smal, world building.

Read reviews that mention bertrice small world of hetar mrs small john swiftsword pleasure houses forest lords main character wait for the next half human small books writing style next book crusader knight interesting characters character development many times shadow princes fan of bertrice thoroughly enjoyed looking forward. The Last Heiress by Bertrice Small.


When I saw that she had a new collection out I had to get it. Lara is cool with this, because they are poor and she is the only thing of value that her dad has. I did not finish this. Learn more – opens in a new window or tab. This book was wild from start to finish and I enjoyed every second of it. Lara will journey the depths of desire and despair to find a love that will last an eternity—a love that will change Hetar forever.

Since this is a review that looks at the series in a general, over-arcing way, I will try to hide spoilers for the rest of the books, for those that insist on subjecting yourselve Now that I’ve slogged my way through all 6 books in the series more or less – you can’t blame me for skipping through patches just to keep my large intestine from leaping up to strangle my brain, a la Grunthos the FlatulentI feel I can give a better review, based on the perspective of the whole.

Report item – opens in a new window or tab. And as for the reason I even gave this book one star, well, that was because I actually really liked the concept of it – the beginning at least, being sold into slavery to support your family. When she returns to Scotland and the stories we are more used to, I will be thrilled with that familiar journey also.