When retired Erdemen army officer Kemen Sendoa helped the young prince Hakan Ithel reclaim his throne, he thought he was happy. He had shaped the future of his beloved country and earned a place of honor and respect.
In the shelter of the palace, he finds peace and the promise of a life he never imagined. Yet his own choices, and brewing border troubles, may force him to a final sacrifice.
A tale of love, honor, and forgiveness, A Cold Wind follows The King’s Sword in the Erdemen Honor series.
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“I wasn’t expecting it, so when we jumped into a new character’s pov in the first chapter, it came as a shock. But Riona is a gentle, interesting character, and I enjoyed getting to know her.
Kemen is as perfectly honorable and steady as ever. We love him.
This is a story of love, of honor and duty, and of finding one’s will to live and thrive.
Kemen gets exactly the ending he deserves. And that was perfectly satisfying to see.”
“The saga of Kemen continues. I had been hoarding this book for a little while because I knew I was going to really enjoy it, and I did enjoy it very much. A great job of showing the different perspectives and the inherent confusion in conversations between cultures and sexes, where expectations are different and words don’t mean the same thing. Action, adventure, love.
I received book #3, Honors Heir, as a gift and I am trying to savor the anticipation for a couple days before I devour it.”
“I am awed by the depth of the emotion captured in the tale. Simply great writing! At many points I laughed as well as teared up. But finally with a great sigh I smiled! Brightley is a word smith of rare ability!”
“Even more wonderful than the first of the series.
Brightley has done it not only again, but even better.
These characters truly live, for me… I find myself hoping the series lasts a very long time, indeed!