Sunday, November 7, 2010

Review: Of Fate and Fire by Rebecca Rhielle

In an ancient time of turmoil, Eleia finds herself restless. But as she exits her village, she meets a man. A dangerous man -- and a man she might just be able to give her heart to.

This seventh story of the Paramourtal anthology began beautifully, entrancing me with the beauty of Eleia's and Aurelius's love. The worldbuilding in this story is exquisite and the story spellbinding. But the ending... I won't give it away, but the ending did not uplift me in the same way the story did. While this author would undoubtedly make a wonderful fantasy author, I don't think I'll ever pick up another romance of hers again.

In a word, this story was


Find Paramourtal here. Come back again tomorrow as I review the eighth story in the Paramourtal anthology.



  1. I found it refreshing that this story didn't rely on a sticky sweet ending and instead carried you all the way through with believable feelings!

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