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Royal Airs (Elemental Blessings, #2) Master storyteller Sharon Shinn created the thrilling and enchanting world of Welce in her acclaimed novel Troubled Waters Return with her to that elemental universe in this tale of secrecy, romance, and a battle for power Josetta is a princess of one of the Five Families But she is far from the throne, so she is free to spend her days working in the poorest sections of the city Rafe Adova, an outcast since he was born, lives the life of a career gambler in those slums He has no ambition other than cheating at the card tables until the night he decides to help a girl named Corene, who looks like she s stumbled into the wrong bar She, too, is a princess sister to Josetta, who finds her with Rafe He fascinates her Josetta has never encountered anyone like him someone seemingly devoid of elemental blessings He is drawn to her, though he thinks they are unlikely to ever meet again but their connection grows strong when she nurses him back to health after he is assaulted by foreign mercenaries And when they learn the reason he s being hunted, they know that the truth about his history could endanger not only their love but also their very lives New Download eBook Royal Airs (Elemental Blessings, #2) Author Sharon Shinn – thegreatwallonline.us

Ý New Life Í Royal Airs (Elemental Blessings, #2)  Kindle Ebook By Sharon Shinn ☆ memoir – thegreatwallonline.us
  • ebook
  • 416 pages
  • Royal Airs (Elemental Blessings, #2)
  • Sharon Shinn
  • English
  • 23 January 2017
  • 1101589760

10 thoughts on “Royal Airs (Elemental Blessings, #2)


  1. says:

    What a spectacular letdown this book was No, it was not terrible by any means, but considering the previous book in the series was spectacularly good, and one of my favorite YA high fantasies, this book, was a grievous dissappointment It is the equivalent of watching Green Lantern after having seen The Dark Knight Sure, both the Green Lantern and Batman are superheroes are in t...


  2. says:

    This sequel to Troubled Waters is set five years after the first book ends, and focuses on a different set of main characters Josette, one of the princesses from the first book, who spends most of her time running a shelter for the poor, and Rafe, a professional gambler with a mysterious past, who lives in the slums Rafe is kind of an aimless, ambitionless sort who lives from card game to card game off his winnings, but of course he has a noble, chivalrous streak, so when a young girl Coren This sequel to Troubled Waters is set five years after the first book ends, and focuses on a different set of main characters Josette, one of the princesses from the first book, who spends most of her time running a shelter for the poor, and Rafe, a professional gambler with a mysterious past, who lives in the slums Rafe is kind of an aimless, ambitionless sort who lives from card game to card game off his winnings, but of course he has a noble, chivalrous streak, so when a young girl Corene from the first book stumbles into his bar, he decides to protect her from trouble Josetta finds he...


  3. says:

    3.5 stars This is actually a nice book, but Sharon Shinn set the mark so high with Troubled Waters , the first novel in the Elemental Blessings series that this one unfortunately falls short of great expectations The major problem is with the main characters Josetta, Princess of Welce one of the possible heirs to the throne and his love interest Rafe Adova, a guy with a mysterious past, who seems to be standing above the elemental blessings he does not have any and always gets the extr 3.5 stars This is actually a nice book, but Sharon Shinn set the mark so high with Troubled Waters , the first novel in the Elemental Blessings series that this one...


  4. says:

    Fa la la la la, la disappointment Frankly speaking, I didn t expect Royal Airs to be particularly memorable after Troubled Waters. I mean, how could I It wouldn t have been fair of me to hold this sequel to the same standards I held its predecessor, not after absolutely loving the first novel in this series ...


  5. says:

    I wanted to like this a whole lot better than I ended up doing I already knew I liked the world and many characters in it from the first book, so I was anticipating this one being, if not as interesting, then at least along the same axis of interest Unfortunately, this did not pan out and most of the interest came as a result of having read the first book.Josetta and Rafe were just so bland Worse, they were largely passive, waiting for events to happen to them as they go about their regular r I wanted to like this a whole lot better than I ended up doing I already knew I liked the world and many characters in it from the first book, so I was anticipating this one being, if not as interesting, then at least along the same axis of interest Unfortunately, this did not pan o...


  6. says:

    I feel a little uncomfortable giving this a starred rating, as it seems I ought to have liked this book better than I did It takes place five years after the events of Troubled Waters, focusing on the princesses Josetta and Corene whose family relations were so spectacularly disrupted in that book Now Josetta lives in the slums, running a soup kitchen flop house only very nice and not at all slummy and Corene is trying to find her place in the world Gambler Rafe Adova enters their lives whe I feel a little uncomfortable giving this a starred rating, as it seems I ought to have liked this book better than I did It takes place five years after the events of Troubled Water...


  7. says:

    You know, the setting for TROUBLED WATERS and ROYAL AIRS is pretty unusual How often do you find a fantasy where the medieval world is just now giving way to the Industrial Revolution Granted, this particular Industrial Revolution involves technology with quite a large magical infusion along with the engines But Smoker cars Elaymotives Aeromotives Factories where all the above are made We re mad about vehicle technology, in this world It makes so much sense that Rafe in particular Rafe You know, the setting for TROUBLED WATERS and ROYAL AIRS is pretty unusual How often do you find a fantasy where the medieval world is just now giving way to the Industrial Revolution Granted, this particular Industrial Revolution involves technology with quite a large magical infusion along with the engines But Smoker cars Elaymotives Aeromotives Factories where all the above are made We re mad...


  8. says:

    Based on several lukewarm reviews of this, I d expected to be disappointed, but I enjoyed this at least as much as I did Troubled Waters Unlike some reviewers, I wasn t disappointed in Josette and Rafe, either individually or as a couple I enjoyed both characters, particularly Josette, who is both sensible but feisty in her quiet way, and I enjoyed the slow build up of their romance.The novel is not flawless The pacing is off at times and the novel could have been tightened a little The trop Based on several lukewarm reviews of this, I d expected to be disappointed, but I enjoyed this at least as much as I did Troubled Waters Unlike some reviewers, I wasn t disappointed in Josette and Rafe, either individually or as a couple I enjoyed both characters, particularly Josette, who is both sensible but feisty in her quiet way, and I enjoyed the slow build up of their romance.The novel is not flawless The pacing is off at times and the novel could have been tightened a little The trope of the ne er do well who turns out to be a prince is a bit tired, and the plot wraps up just a little too neatly, but then the plot of Troubled Waters does too, if I remember rightly In fact, I think this one ended with just the right punch view spoiler Corene s decision to go off to Malinqua at the end, although signposted so that it isn t a real surprise, makes complete sense psychologically hide spoiler Corene turns out to be one of t...


  9. says:

    I enjoyed this novel Not surprising, as Shinn is one of my favorite writers Her new books automatically go on my To Read list, and I own most of them This one is the second in the author s new series Elemental Blessings The story occurs several years after the first book in the series, Troubled Waters, and many familiar personages pop up on the pages The action revolves around two central characters Josetta and Rafe Adisparate set of lovers is hard to imagine Rafe is a professional I enjoyed this novel Not surprising, as Shinn is one of my favorite writers Her new books automatically go on my To Read list, and I own most of them This one is the second in the author s new series Elemental Blessings The story occurs several years after the first book in the series, Troubled Waters, and many familiar personages pop up on the pages The action revolves around two central characters Josetta and Rafe Adisparate set of lovers is hard to imagine Rafe is a professional gambler, living in the slums of Chialto, the capital of Welce, and plying his card trade nightly in a semi respectable tavern He doesn t like what he is doing very much who among us likes their jobs very much but he is good at it and he makes a decent living Until fate brings him in contact with Josetta, he never questions his way of life Afterwards things hap...


  10. says:

    A few scattered thoughts I still loved the worldbuiling, but the romance really brought the novel down view spoiler The nobody really was a prince Yawn He wasinteresting as a professional gambler hide spoiler Troubled Airs produced a fascinating political tangle, but the resolution was a bit too easy, which undermined the cunning foresight of the antagonist The plot was oddly paced in general, and many character reactions were predictable At least the novel s title is fantastica A few scattered thoughts I still loved the worldbuiling, but the romance really brought the novel down view spoiler The nobody really was a prince Yawn He wasinteresting as a professional gambler hide spoiler Troubled Airs produced a fascinating political tangle, but the resolution was a bit too ea...

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