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These books irritated the living crap out of me. I am still shaking my head and have re-read the ending over a few times already wow! Preview — Sacrifice by Cayla Kluver. Doesn’t know a thing about love, and has some very screwed up priorities. Dec 07, Dark Faerie Tales rated it it was amazing Shelves: Again it seemed like the author was trying to show this strong, rebellious women when all I could see was a unnecessarily reckless, caypa teenager.

Jun 26, Mara rated it did not like it Shelves: Legacy failed to leave a good impression on me. The country over holds a possibility of love but kuver huge possibility of her entire country getting wiped off the map.

Yes, lsgacy is a war.

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yb Now is when the fight will begin. Anyways, about a month ago I agreed to review one of the books you see here, Sacrifice by Cayla Kluver. As for the love triangle all I can say is that I didn’t like Steldor too much but I don’t hate him either Shaselle is our other heroine in this story.

Guess where that one is? Still my favorite ever series: I loved everything about it, the characters were well developed, the storyline was intriguing, the romance was great, descriptions of surroundings were wonderful. Published June 28th by HarlequinTeen first published August 4th She’s the villainess of the story, a self absorbed girl who only cares for her own happiness and that of her lover’s instead of her country’s and that’s not someone I can cheer for.


Ldgacy my favorite people in this book? Sacrifice wasn’t a bad book, but it didn’t live up to the caliber the first two novels had set. I read it the whole way through, hoping I’d find a redeeming star hidden in the pages I had quite a bit of trouble trying to drag myself away from the book kluvrr reading, and I managed to finish it in a little under 24 hours. I developed klufer love hate relationship with Steldor. After the first several chapters, it quickly became fast-paced and action filled, accompanied by a series of twists and turns that proved all of my plot predictions false and left me begging for more.

Don’t try and do the math on this one, my friend, it doesn’t even make sense to me. To be honestSacrifice caylla a little short of my expectation. And instead of actually saying anything to her father, she’d rather whine and complain about the fact that she has to kluuver time with him.

If you like historical fiction with a flair Who lefacy like that? I like how the red colour of the girl’s dress stands out from the background. With each step he took, it pressed more painfully against my chest, trying to escape.

Sacrifice (Legacy, #3) by Cayla Kluver

Alera has to find a way to balance life between the two kingdoms, sacrificing a little bit levacy in order to make compromises there. Retrieved 30 April With Alera we see her coming of age and trying to over come some of her immaturity, and naivety.

Seriously, guys, I think the publishing world has only done Kluver a disservice by publishing this work.

Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Cayla Kluver’s writing is beautiful. For Alera, as queen, she can not be involved in the rulings of the kingdom. The protagonist as well as the other characters in this story are very original and interesting.


Narian her love interest was a great character and I just wish he’d had more time to shine. Steldor is handsome and full of chivalry but Alera is stuck with the likelihood of marrying a guy she actively dislikes.

He is an arragont, conceited, jerk. Unfortunately, there is only one such man that meets his standards, and Alera can’t stand the mere sight of him. I’m just surprised someone published it.

The author fell back into the over descriptive trance from the first book. The Elite Guards calling Princess Alera and future queen “childish” and “ridiculous” to her face makes no sense even if women aren’t as important as men in Hytanica. Not that I have anything against this author, but I just found descriptions boring, bland, and mostly emotionless. Harlequin Teen provided me with a copy of Sacrifice.

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Alera wants to find more about it, but her father feels that she should focus her pretty, little head on deciding which suitor to marry and leave all the war concerns to him. The only component I disliked about this book was the conclusion. Honestly, who cares about the cut of a dress? She worded everything so the words just came to life, allowing my imagination to organically create these vivid visualizations.

Even though I am highly anticipating new characters and new worlds from Kluver, I am so sad to leave the Legacy world behind. No trivia or quizzes yet. Damn, I hope he gets shot in the face with his own poison darts!