Of all the species of the twelve realms, Rhuul is unique. The product of two races who despise each other, he is reviled by his family and unwelcome in his homeland.Exiled, he finds himself in a new realm with beings he’s never seen before. They’re not important; only his destiny is. Driven to prove his worth, he seeks to rule a realm of his own. Nothing will stand in hisOf all the species of the twelve realms, Rhuul is unique. The product of two races who despise each other, he is reviled by his family and unwelcome in his homeland.Exiled, he finds himself in a new realm with beings he’s never seen before. They’re not important; only his destiny is. Driven to prove his worth, he seeks to rule a realm of his own. Nothing will stand in his way, and no one will change his focus. Or so he thinks.When a mysterious woman calls out for help through his dreams, he searches her out. When they meet, she’s unlike anyone he’s ever encountered. Can they set aside their beliefs to work together? Can love bloom when their ideals are exact opposites?...
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Rhuul's Flame Reviews
Another amazing story from my new favorite author Nulli Para Ora! The story starts out with our hero Rhuul being exiled from his home world of Karn, one of the twelve realms in which this intriguing story is set in. He is reviled for being a Paralta, a half breed. Leaving his home via a magical way gate Rhuul decides that he will prove his worthiness and strength by taking over another realm to rule as his own. Arriving in Akash he starts having dreams of a woman asking him for help. He finds that he can’t refuse her pleas and sets out to rescue her. Rhuul is drawn to Avalea and she is unlike anyone he has ever been around. She revers and cherishes life where he is more of a kill first ask questions later kind of male. But he has plans and they don’t include a feisty “life bringer”. I ADORED Rhuul! He is cranky and short tempered, but when you read his back story you’ll understand why. The sex scenes were scorching HAWT and Rhuul’s little thing that he likes to do in bed is ummm... yeah, with biting, wings…and other things. JUST READ IT! Trust me you won’t regret it. :) The side characters were a hoot especially Talloc. I won’t spoil it for you but I definitely could read a story centered just around him LOL…I can’t wait read to read more about this fascinating new world and learn what happens next in the series!*I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review
I enjoyed Rhuul's Flame very much. I sped through it in one sitting. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because it ended rather abruptly for me, satisfyingly wrapping up the romance plot, but leaving us with a looming external conflict which I expect will be continued in a sequel.Azalea is a great heroine, brought up to be very respectful of all life, when something threatens Rhuul or when confronted by the injustice of his childhood, she is a relentless enemy. Rhuul's past has made him focus on the future with laser like single-mindedness, but once he falls for Avalea, nothing can pry him away.Anyone who likes romantic fantasy series will love Rhuul's Flame!
Another highly entertaining read by a great new-ish author. This one will make you want to weep and make you want to fan yourself. Two words on that last part: cave scene. Hot with a capital HAWT ;) Great characters that will have you rooting for them and wanting to smack them by turns. Fans of light PNR will enjoy this one.We first meet Rhuul as he is being banished from his home realm for no other reason than because he is a half-breed, in particular, a half-breed that is a product of a mating between two races that are sworn enemies. It doesn't help that the king, his grandfather, is an asshole who has taken personal offense at Rhuul's existence because he feels it sullies his bloodline. Because of this banishment, and because of the rather callous way he's been treated all his life, Rhuul is a very angry young man with many violent tendencies. Yes, he has good reason for it all, but still. Not long after arriving in a new realm and vowing to himself that he's going to take over and rule his own realm to show his grandfather that he's not worthless and not someone to be disregarded, Rhuul starts having dream-visions of a woman in trouble and he feels an undeniable pull to go to her aid. Thus, with the help of a fiend named Ghena, and a shapeshifter named Talloc, he heads out into the wilds to find and rescue the damsel in distress.Avalea is the damsel, and while she is in distress at the moment because her magic has been bound, she is far from defenseless ordinarily. She too is a half-breed between a peaceful, earth-loving race and a fire elemental. Unlike Rhuul, however, she has always known love and acceptance from both of her families and from the community that she grew up in. Largely because of her upbringing among her mother's people, she is a pacifist to the extreme, and though she welcomes Rhuul's aid, and accepts that he is her true mate, she is horrified by his violent tendencies and the way in which he can kill without thinking anything of it. At first glance it hardly seems to be a match made in heaven, but despite Rhuul's initial resistance to becoming involved with Avalea, it doesn't take long for it to become apparent that both of them are too drawn to one another to deny their connection, and that both are willing to find a way to make it work, whether they'll admit it to themselves right away or not.Shortly after Rhuul and Avalea return to her village, they are thrown into a quest together by the village elders who employ rather ingenious means to force Rhuul and Avalea to learn to work together and not fight one another. You might call it a fantasy version of a "get-along shirt", for that is what it most immediately reminded me of. It's rather amazing how effective it proves to be as well, and it's interesting that the one who fights it the most is not who you'd think. The quest serves to both draw them together and to help them to learn more about themselves in the process. They both learn to temper their behavior, and to reconsider some long-held tenets, and they both emerge from it changed and stronger for it.One warning: this book ends on a cliffhanger, so if you really don't like such endings you might want to avoid this book until the next one is out. The immediate story here is completed, however, and the cliffhanger mainly serves as an intro into the next chapter of Rhuul and Avalea's story (or so it is to be presumed from how it ends). Personally I felt the book was complete enough that I didn't feel as though I'd only been given part of the story, I just grumbled a bit when it ended because things were just starting to get very intriguing. Certainly the author has laid a lot of groundwork to build upon in future volumes of the series and I'll be interested to see where it goes.As noted above, I'd recommend this to anyone who likes paranormal romance, particularly those that are a bit lighter in tone and full of humor. That's not to say that there aren't serious situations in here, for there are, but the overall mood of the work is more lighthearted than dark. 4½ stars from me.
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book from the start! Rhuul on the other hand was harder to like in the beginning! He seems arrogant and egotistical even as he is being exiled from his homeland. Exiled to Akash, Rhuul automatically forges a contract with Ghena, a fiend who helps him find a place to stay. Immediately, he begins to have dreams of an exotic woman that is in dire need of his help! Even though he doesn't know this woman he feels compelled to rescue her. Avelea is captured by a tribe of pirates, after they stole a important relic from her tribe, she steals it back from them and hides it. As they torture her and bind the majority of her magic she struggles to reach out to someone who can save her before it's to late. Avelea recognizes that Rhuul is her kan'na, or soul mate the one destined to make her whole. Ora's writing style is beautiful, she creates a beautiful and intriguing world where love transcends the different species and cultures in her world! The love scenes are steamy and HOT HOT HOT! The only thing I found to be frustrating with this book is that there are so many concepts and ideas that are new that it's kind of hard to keep up! I also wish I could see sketches of the different species in this story. Ora describes them wonderfully but I had trouble picturing them in my head. All in all this is a great read, I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves a good fantasy romance. ***Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official. For more information regarding our reviews please visit our fansite: www.Facebook.com/NerdGirl.ng***
Another stunning work from Nulli Para Ora. The world-building and the characters seem to effortlessly come alive around you as you travel the realms with Rhuul, Avalea and the others. As you watch them interact with each other and the worlds around them, you realize the true beauty of the book lies in the simplicity of each moment and the complexity they build together. This book is completely stunning in every way.Rhuul comes from a realm where he is despised as a half-breed and is used to being hated and belittled by all there. He is banished from this realm - quite happily - and we join him on his quest to find his destiny. He is determined to find a realm where he can rule - then no one will ever again be able to tell him what to do - in any way. And he is determined that nothing and no one will ever stand in his way again.Avalea comes from a home, family and realm of love. All she has ever known is love and acceptance from those around her. When she is captured she seeks out Rhuul through his dreams for his help. I can't tell you much else without spoiling parts of the story and that would be rude. What I can tell you is that this story is HAWT and silly and funny and sweet and sexy and OH I ADORE TALLOC! This is a story of love, friendship, acceptance and learning the hard truths - like loving and forgiving yourself is much harder to do than loving and forgiving someone else. And that we all have something to give and teach.Definitely an easy to read and enjoy, hard to put down, you stopped WHERE???? kind of book. 4 1/2 **** stars cause I wanted more - it ended too soon!
One of the reason I really really loved this book was for Ava. It was awesome to see such a strong character of a woman, and how she maintained a PERFECT balance of vulnerability in love and how she was strong and stubborn with her views, and what she believed to be right. It is very rare we see women characters who can protect their man in such an amazing was and then also take their shoulder when they need it. ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT.Then Rhuul on the other hand was hard *coughs* `hotheaded and strong! I liked how his behavior and attitude towards life was so well explained. The story of both of them was fire.....it was hot as hell!! I loved the details in the story, they painted such a vivid picture of their world, I could almost imagine myself there..BEAUTIFUL READ. I HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT! :)