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Heir to the Sun The Chronicles of Parthalan #1 ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Heir to the Sun The Chronicles of Parthalan #1 Author Jennifer Allis Provost – Thomashillier.co.uk A mad king An escaped slave One warrior to save the realm When Asherah stripped of both her memory and her dignity learns that King Sahlgren is responsible for her torment it nearly breaks her Instead A mad king An escaped slave One warrior the Sun PDF Ê to save the realm When Asherah stripped of both her memory and her dignity learns that King Sahlgren is responsible for her torment it nearly breaks her Instead she leads her fellow slaves to freedom More prisons are scattered across Parthalan and Asherah vows to burn them all Heir to PDF or Caol'nir a warrior descended from the gods is sworn to serve and defend the king Then a priestess is murdered and Caol'nir learns that Sahlgren is to blame Determined to stop the king sacred oath or no Caol'nir joins Asherah's rebellion What Caol'nir doesn't know is that Sahlgren has promised the demon lord a woman of rare to the Sun ePUB ´ and singular beauty a woman whose abilities are rud to rival the sun god’s themselvesa woman Caol’nir knows all too well HEIR TO THE SUN Book One of the Chronicles of Parthalan.

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  • Heir to the Sun The Chronicles of Parthalan #1
  • Jennifer Allis Provost
  • English
  • 09 November 2016

About the Author: Jennifer Allis Provost

Jennifer Allis Provost is a native New Englander the Sun PDF Ê who lives in a sprawling colonial along with her beautiful and precocious twins a dog two birds three cats and a wonderful husband who never forgets to buy ice cream As a child she read anything and everything she could get her hands on including a set of Heir to PDF or encyclopedias but fantasy was always her favorite She spends her days drinking vast am.



10 thoughts on “Heir to the Sun The Chronicles of Parthalan #1

  1. Jacqueline Smith Jacqueline Smith says:

    From the first few chapters I was addicted to the fantasy and romance of this novel Ms Provost weaves a beautiful and captivating tale of love mythology rebellion and a fight for freedom against demons and an evil oppressive King Of all the fantasy tales I've read this is one that held my attention from the prologue all the way to the very last sentence The rich history and vivid descriptions of Parthalan and its inhabitants are colorful magical and pure fantasy I love books that draw the reader into their worlds the kind of books in which you easily lose yourself and Heir to the Sun succeeds several times over I lost track of time reading this book because I kept telling myself Just one chapter Just one Personally I've always loved a good love story and Ms Provost gives us not one but two I knew immediately that I would be swooning over Caol'nir the guard assigned to watch over the Priestess Alluria and his heart wrencing love for her Then there's Asherah and King Lormac who are so different but work so perfectly as a couple I'll say it again I could not put this book down Thank you to Ms Provost for a beautiful and captivating story I eagerly await the next installment

  2. Samah Khan Samah Khan says:

    I have not cried this much in a long long time As cheesy as it sounds I wish lormac had survived somehow because after everything Atherah had been through the least she deserved was a long life at her mate’s side and I was rooting for them I cried so much that I nearly took away a star for the pain the ending caused me but that would be unfair A book is only as good as the emotion it can rouse in you

  3. April Wood April Wood says:

    Heir to the Sun is a romantic fantasy about elves faeries demons kings ueens and even priestesses King Sahlgren the Faerie King selfishly hands his faeries over to demons in order to extend Parthalon's borders He essentially makes a deal with the devil disregarding his own people to further his reign His faeries are beaten raped and abused horribly but they hold out hope that Asherah will come to free them When two of the imprisoned slaves Hillel and Torim realize it is their King who has enslaved them they realize it is up to them to save themselvesMeanwhile an unlikely relationship is forming between a Priestess Alluria and a guard Caol'nir who was hired by King Sahlgren to watch her In their case love knows no boundsHillellater known as Asherah once enslaved and now free very bravely leads the imprisoned slaves to freedom while burning down other prison camps as they go She frees every imprisoned faerie along their path and together they all venture to King Lormac for his help Asherah and King Lormac also fall in love despite their vast differencesThe characters come together when Caol'nir joins Asherah in her rebellion Caol'nir learns that his King is not the noble man he thought he was; despite being taught to love fear and respect the King no matter what or else When he finds Alluria on her back seconds away from being raped by a demon he swoops in and destroys the demon to save Alluria He learns that King Sahlgren is once again to blame as he promised Alluria to the Demon lordIn a vicious battle King Lormac is killed and Asherah is devastated Asherah becomes the ueen of Parthalon but life isn't sweet as she would throw it all away just to be with King Lormac againAlluria who has since learned that she is incredibly the daughter of the Sun God and Caol'nir go on and live a happy existence She bears several of his children with their fifth child on the way They feel this child is destined for great thingsI enjoyed reading this book both for its romantic and fantasy elements The sweet yet forbidden love between both Alluria and Caol'nir and Asherah and King Lormac kept me turning the pages Anyone with a strong interest in fantasy with lots and lots of romance would enjoy this book Five stars

  4. Natalie Frampton Natalie Frampton says:

    I really enjoyed Heir to the Sun The cover does it no justice at all There are several main characters we have Caol'nir a warrior who is in love with a priestess he is sworn to protect and not touch There is also Asherah a fae enslaved by demonsAsherah is an amazing character so amazingly strong that any woman would be proud to be her she has amazingly hard times but she is a fighterI don't want to say too much in fear that I will spoil something but oh my godThere was than once that I gasped out loud because something unexpected happened so many times where I thought I was going to hate the author for doing something to a character I likedbut she pulled through all is forgiven JennIn my opinion Heir to the Sun is beautifully written there are so many great lines that I wish I had copied down lines that make your heart melt and you can't help but wish you had written themor even better have said to you by a special someone Caol'nir and Asherah have very separate stories until later in the book when all paths meet after some amazing twists and turnsThis is a book full of love and hate hope and hurt and fighting for good and fighting for revenge I'm really sorry this is so short but it is so difficult to sum this up without giving away something importantIf you have read the Divine series by PCCast I think its uite similar the world is similar and they are both really good

  5. Scott Scott says:

    Heir to the Sun by Jennifer Allis Provost is the follow up novel to Rise of the Deva'shi It does work as a standalone however I personally think I would not have enjoyed it as much without having read Rise of the Deva'shi and having an idea about where Asherah ends up When the book starts out you follow two separate story lines The first follows Hillel later becoming Asherah and Torim The ladies are in a prison camp run by demons They are there basically to be breeding mares The second story follow Caol'nir a temple guard who is in love with one of the priestesses it is his duty to protect The stories progress at an even pace and after Hillel and Torim manage to organize an escape that turns into a rebellion Freeing as many slaves from the prison camps that they find they flee into Elven lands to ask King Lormac for help I enjoyed this book a bit than the first There was still a lot of romance for my taste but it was balanced well with intermittent action and some strong character development I think going with the background of Asherah was an excellent choice by Jennifer She was such a strong character in the first book and showing the amount of adversity she overcame to reach her position really made for a wonderful tale This book is great for fans of romantics fantasies filled with faeries and elvesReview copy provided by the author

  6. Heather Hornacek Heather Hornacek says:

    Heir to the Son had me hooked from the very first chapter I could not put it downRomantic Fantacy at it's finest Epic lovebetrayalrevengeand so much I highly recommend it I already bought the next book in the series

  7. Katie Blythe Katie Blythe says:

    This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest reviewThe story starts with two different events going on at the same time The first one is that Hillel and Torim are fairies who are imprisoned along with many other fairies by a cruel king named King Sahlgren The woman are taken from their cells by demon creatures called Mordeth who rape the woman and try to impregnate them so they can have demon creatures in the world Hillel along with one of the nicer guards plot a way to stop and escape their hell and try to get as many woman saved as possible The second story line across the world starts with Caol’nir who is an elf guard along with his twin Caol’nor his older brother Fiornacht and their father Tor Their jobs are to protect the priestesses that live in a sacred temple The priestesses make a vow and are mated to the God Olluhm They must be untouched in every way and are completely unattainable because they are waiting in hope that he will visit them and impregnate them and he won’t if they are tainted Caol’nir however pays particular attention to one priestess named Alluria He has been in love with her for a long time and will always go out of his way to help or get her anything she wants or needs Alluria needs his help to get out of the temple and go get some specific herbs While out they talk and get to know one another better and Alluria seems to like Caol’nir too They both know it’s forbidden for them to be together but Alluria goes through a trial to prove her love to Caol’nir which will stop her mate bond with Olluhm However something or someone seems to be getting into the temple and doing horrible things to the priestesses It’s up to Caol’nir and his family to try to figure out what it is and stop it by any means necessary The stories start separately but events take place that bring the characters together to take on the evils in the world This fantasy story was so addicting right from the very beginning I was a little leery about the different story lines going on at the same time but it just flows together so well It’s fast paced the characters are great and you really start to love them and love their relationships It’s not insta love because the characters do actually get to know one another first and some have deep rooted issues that have to be addressed in times Characters do take it slow learn about one another and understand that their relationships take time The ending though throws you such a punch that you don’t see coming I was very shocked by how it ended and wished it was different but that just shows that I loved all the characters and the story so much I definitely want to continue on with this series Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official For information regarding our reviews please visit our Fansite wwwfacebookcomNerdGirlng

  8. Jacquie (Rattle the Stars) Jacquie (Rattle the Stars) says:

    This book is a perfect example of why we should never judge something because of the way it looks I HATE the cover It's juvenile and not enticing AT ALL Butthis book was really good It surprised me and I'm looking forward to picking up its seuel really soonWhile there was plenty of magic mythical creatures and a medieval setting what made this book stand out was how character driven it was The author really did a fantastic job in constructing characters that I cared about deeply Plus there was tons of romance A year ago I would have turned my nose up at this but now I can't get enough of it The romance was wonderful a struggle with tough choices that at times broke my heart or made me smile like crazy I loved these charactersMy only issue was that while the romance was awesome it did take away from the rest of the story The characters were fighting for freedom and sometimes this was forgotten about for pages and pages A better balance would have been nice to seeIt's a super long book like 600ish pages long but if you have a chance pick this book up It doesn't read as long The story is fast paced and you'll totally find yourself swept up in all of the action

  9. Tiffany Roberts Tiffany Roberts says:

    I'm happy to have come across Heir to the Sun From the first page starting with the story about Olluhm and Cydia the creatures of of the fae I was hooked If you're looking for fantasy love magic and bloodthis is for you I don't want to really call it Fantasy Romance though it does lean closer towards that but the HEA is kind of up in the air for me It's Fantasy with strong romantic elements I won't give away spoilers but there IS a HEA just not what I was expectingIn Heir to the Sun we follow Hillel and Torim two fae women who are imprisoned by mordeths demons They've grown close during their captivity They suffer horrendously until they are are able to escape From there they meet with Lormac the Elven King I loved this man Loved him So Much He was endearing he wasa mountain sturdy and strong Againdon't want to give anything away Ugh But Hillel who becomes known as Asherah is an amazingly strong woman who rises up to be a leader who loves her people dearly She has a very close bond with TorimWe also follow Caol'nir a fae man who has sworn to keep the priestess's safe and Alluria a priestess he has loved since the moment he laid eyes on herand who is also forbidden as she is meant to be mated to Olluhm Both are willing to sacrifice so that they might be together but there is something much darker at playI really enjoyed this book and will definitely be reading the following books in the series The writing was descriptive it flowed and Jennifer Allis Provost did an amazing job at telling a story So if you're a lover of fantasy romance check it out

  10. Bookish Addict Bookish Addict says:

    This was an ok romantic fantasy read The main races are the elfin and faerie There are other races with short mentions and appearances in the book The story focuses on 2 different couples who eventually cross paths due to a common cause There's a lot of slow moments especially with one couple Their stolen touches words of endearment and yearning glances really drag on for awhile because of their positionstitle The writting style is different It's in 3rd person then there will be random chapters that are in first person view of the 2 main females continuing on with the story

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