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    So interesting

    I loved this book and it’s one of my old favorites that I pull out every once in awhile. The world building is really interesting with the differences between the the people of Xy and the people of the Plains (Firelanders). I found Keir and his people to be fascinating and I loved seeing all the differences between the two cultures and how they learned to communicate and interact with each other. Keir the Warlord was a wonderful treat in this book. He had all the Alpha-ness you want but was still a great character who doesn’t act overly cocky. He truly grows as a character in the book and his wooing of Lara was so sweet. I prefer dual POV’s because I would really have killed to know what was going through Keir’s head during this book. Lara’s spunk and feisty personality was the perfect match for Keir. Even when she believes she holds no status, she’s not afraid to stand up to Keir and begin acting as a healer in the camp. She’s a truly compassionate woman but she’s not a push over. Watching these two spark off each other was great. It’s a little silly that Lara didn’t realize her true status sooner considering how much leeway she had in camp and how Keir treated her.
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