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    Great story!

    Great story! Very well written. I had no idea that this was the author's first series. Her character development and world building are excellent and diverse. I am so looking forward to the rest of this series! I received the audiobook and am leaving a voluntary review based on that format. The narrator was excellent and I will definitely be looking for more of her work in the future.
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    Winter Wren

    Winter Wren works as an introductory short story. We meet seventeen year old mage apprentice Rielle who is accompanying her master on a mission to save an important Viscount from a village under the control of mercenaries. The question of save one in order to save many is an internal conflict that presents itself for Rielle within the rather short read. Having already started the first full-length book in the series, Blade & Rose, I can assure you that Winter Wren sets up quite nicely characters and situations that we'll continue to see in the main arc of the series. I'm surprised by how much in Blade and Rose seems to hinge on things that occur in Winter Wren, but I feel like Miranda Honfleur makes these decisions very well in that they enhance what's to come, but if you don't read Winter Wren you won't be lost whatsoever. I really enjoyed the narrator as well. I thought she did a great job with the different voices (both male and female). I hope she continues narrating the series. Overall, this is a great, short, could read on a lunch break-type read. Perfect enticement to what already feels like a promising series.
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    Wonderful Introduction to Rielle

    I listened to Blade & Rose first and loved it but there where a few things I wanted to know more about. This book gives more insight into Rielle and Jon’s first meeting as well as the relationship between Rielle and Leigh. You don’t have to listen to Blood & Rose first to enjoy this book though. This short story introduces Rielle on a battlefield where she shows not only courage and valor but also passion and desire to protect the innocent. She such a strong and wonderful character. I look forward to continuing her journey. (4.5⭐️)
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    Winter Wren

    Winter Wren was a good introduction into The Blade & Rose series. The action was great! I can't wait to read Blade & Rose. The narration was good. It drew you in and made you more interested in the story and equally interested in reading or listening to the remaining books or audiobooks in the series.
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