Royal Exile: Book One of The Valisar Trilogy by Fiona McIntosh
By Fiona McIntosh
From out of the East they got here driving like a cruel plague—destroying country after nation and the sovereigns who had formerly mocked the warlord Loethar and his barbarian horde. Now just one land continues to be unconquered—the greatest, richest, and strongest realm of the Denova Set . . . Penraven. The Valisar royals of Penraven face yes loss of life, for the savage tyrant Loethar covets what they on my own own: the fabled Valisar attraction, an impossible to resist strength to coerce, with the intention to belong to Loethar as soon as each Valisar has been slain. however the final wish of the besieged country is being despatched in mystery from his doomed domestic, within the corporation of a unmarried warrior. the way forward for Penraven now rests at the shoulders of the younger Crown Prince Leonel who, although untried and untested within the methods of conflict, needs to continue to exist brutality and treachery so as to declare the Valisar throne.
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For you there’s only the eldest to worry about. ” “You surprise me, Valya. I allow you to be my eyes and ears because you’re good at it but I expect you to tell me everything you learn. If you don’t, your skills are of no use to me, no matter how cunning your mind. I really should punish you,” Loethar said, his mind already racing. “It doesn’t change anything,” she countered, still sounding confident. ” “Not really. ” “I don’t have any plan at this point,” he reprimanded, “other than to watch Penraven’s famous walls be breached.
Roya l Exile 31 “Good idea,” Gavriel said. “I saw Piven earlier today. ” The shrug Leo gave was nonetheless rueful. “Piven doesn’t know much of anything. ” “Anything. ” Leo grinned. It was an old jest, which the twins used ruthlessly against him. ” Gavriel sighed. ” “I know you’re the best swordsman we have, but—” “Of the cohort only,” Gavriel qualified, recalling with pride how his father, the best known sword in the land, had marvelled at the result of his concept to train a small group of youngsters into an elite faction.
Brennus blinked and Iselda knew this to be a sign of frustration at the priest’s clumsiness. “Thank you, Father,” the king said. He turned to her. ” She shook her head, not even conscious of her tears. ” “Just remember we have Leo to think about. He must be worried, confused as well. ” She sniffed, unable to tear her gaze away from the child. “You’re right. I can only imagine what he’s thinking. Bring him to me, Brennus. ” She sounded resolute and Brennus thanked her with a squeeze to her hand.