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1 review for The Misted Cliffs by Catherine Asaro. Dolragon89 says: This is the other book i told you about in my Charmed Sphere review but i love it all the. One generation after war had nearly destroyed three nations, evil was returning. The promise of peace rested on Mel Dawnfield’s noble vow: to marry Cobalt the. The Misted Cliffs, July by Catherine Asaro Luna Featuring: Princess Melody Dawnfield; Cobalt the Dark pages. ISBN:

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The thing I didn’t understand was all the talk about heirs and raising children between Cobalt and Varqelle. It’s much sexier than the first, but its footing is much more firmly in the fantasy genre than the romance.

I take this as a very light listening fantasy soap opera and progress to next level in m It was a little bit better than first ccliffs, but still same patterns appear – arranged wedding, husband who is more emotional and better than at first sight.

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Especially sinced it started out with the resuce of the villain from the previous book in the series, by the man who the back blurb claimed would be the hero of this one. Abused and isolated by his grandfather, Cobalt has long-simmering issues of anger and ambition. I am looking forward to reading the Dawn Star.

Which would be fine, tue he were 16 years old.

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Twists, turns, and intrigue. The writing is nice, sometimes the descriptions got a little confusing, but over all the book was worth reading. It does start off cathwrine bit slow, but then the marriage between Cobalt and Mel happens and it is impossible to put the book down. Lost Continent 2 Members.


When Cobalt learns that his father, Varquelle, isn’t dead as he once thought, but imprisoned, he risks his own life to rescue the deposed king. The final battle was by far the best part of the story. Nov 19, Minni Mouse rated it it was ok Shelves: For Princess Melody Dawnfield, being the daughter of the current king of Harsdown means more than looking pretty and watching men vie for her hand in marriage. This is a fantasy novel and it includes an invading army and a stand against them, complete with cavalry, swords and a mage.

The first, Diamond Star, is the soundtrack for her novel of the same name, performed with the rock band, Point Valid. This was a great second book in the series Although it could be read as a stand alone!

June 4, Publication Date: Much like The Charmed SphereI found it difficult to put this misfed down. To my nephews Nathan and Owen with love. CD Audiobook 0 editions. She does this with Varqelle Escar.

I really felt that I could understand her. I tossed up between an 8 and a misred for a rating for this book. He is tortured, violent, and has the temper of a fire crab HP reference ;P. Melody, as well, is not what her husband expected.

He and Varquelle plan to attack Harsdown and reclaim its throne, with the help of the Misted Cliffs army. The emotional climax, when Cobalt realizes how much Mel means to him, is so inflated with melodrama that I felt a bit manipulated. I had no clue this was the second book in the series and nothing hinted that there had been a first book when I read it. Right dose of magic, romance, and conquest. I wondered if Mel would be able to stop him, but he is who he is: It was as corny as I had expected.


Princess Melody Dawnfield has a choice – marry the Midnight Prince, Cobalt the Dark heir to Misted Cliffs and son of the deposed ruler of Harsdown, or see her country overrun by war. Do yourself a favor and pick up that series instead. At least there was nothing writt Much like The Charmed SphereI found it difficult to put this book down. I recommend this book to fans of romantic fantasy.

But why at age 33! I was especially intrigued by the way magic is used in battle.

The Misted Cliffs (Lost Continent, #2) by Catherine Asaro

Jan 06, Gretchen rated it really liked asqro Shelves: Feb 13, Toks rated it liked it Shelves: It didn’t bother me too much, but I can see how this could get out of hand if the author gets even bolder asato the next books. Visit her at www. His half-crazy mother and terror-inducing grandfather raised him, and hold much of the blame for his dark heart. Highly enjoyable read and really became invested in the characters and their challenges.

It is cljffs of his character and he will always be dark and driven to some degree; he has better balance now and Mel there to remind and guide him when necessary, but there hasn’t been a magical and unrealistic reforming of his essential character.

Yet, despite thinking of himself only as a warrior, Cobalt proves to have a real talent for making up dipomatic solutions to potentially violent problems on the spot. Trained as a mage and excellent swordsmen, Mel is her parents’ pride and joy.