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Sorceress of Belmair (World of Hetar) Perfect Paperback – 1 May 2008

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  • Perfect Paperback: 488 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books (1 May 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373772955
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373772957
  • Product Dimensions: 20.2 x 13.4 x 3.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,067,046 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Perfect Paperback
i am dutch and therefor i rather read in my own language.
however, not all of Bertrice Small's books have been translated in my language.

when i found the description of the first book of Hetar (Lara) on the internet i was immediately intrigued.
learning that this would not be translated in dutch, i purchased the book in english.
after reading a chapter or two, i decided to buy the other ones too.

i first THOUGHT that this book (book 4) would interest me less than the first 3, for at first i thought it
would NOT go about Lara, but more about her son.

i could not have been more wrong.
it was still about her son...but Lara , Kalique, The oudlands and the fairyqueen Ilona and such were still a big part of it.
PLUS , there was a whole new PLANET with all kinds of new ways and magic added to it.

this book was just impossible to lay apart. i read it in just 2 days!
remember..english is NOT my native language, so that also accounts for the book!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great Plot Great Characters 2 May 2008
By C. Sims - Published on
Format: Perfect Paperback
Bertrice Small comes up with a great plot, the young women of Belmair are disappearing from the planet. The heroine and hero love each other enough that when the heroine herself disappears their love endures this separation and they both must suffer the crafty plot of another to replace their true love. The characters are interesting and worthy of your attention and the villians are relentless in their schemes. The outcome is cleverly resolved and Bertrice Small holds your attention to the end. You don't want this book to end. Great story with a twist and with a rather surprise ending. Well done.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
fantastic romantic fantasy mystery 6 May 2008
By Harriet Klausner - Published on
Format: Perfect Paperback
Being the offspring of two extremely powerful parents especially his mother Lara, the Domina of Hetar, Dillon is not surprisingly a very potent magic practitioner. He also understands his duty when the dragon of Belmair directs him to marry headstrong but beautiful mage Princess Cinnia; after that he is to rule Belmair.

Dillon and Cinnia prove much attuned to one another especially in the bedroom and even when they work royal dealings. Dillon uncovers a strange but powerful connection between Belmair and Hetar that concerns him, but not as much as the sudden serial disappearance of young women. The newlyweds diligently investigate in order to prevent any more vanishings, hopefully rescue the ladies, and stop the unknown culprit before further harm comes to the kingdom.

The latest World of Hetar tale (see THE DISTANT LORD, A DISTANT TOMORROW and LARA) is a fantastic romantic fantasy mystery as Bertrice Small shows her skills by effortlessly combining the genres. The amateur sleuth investigation into a world filled with magic strengthens the already robust passionate ties between the lead couple. Fans of the series will especially appreciate this excellent entry as murder, love, and magic mix perfectly together by master sorceress Ms. Small. Harriet Klausner
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Very Nice Read 17 Sep 2008
By Janet K. Moore - Published on
Format: Perfect Paperback Verified Purchase
The story of Hetar has been a wonderful forray in to the mystical. Although, much preferring Small's historical genius, I have fallen in love with Lara. I felt that this book was perhanps more prepatory for the next than the first books? To me the devotion of an entire book to one of her offspring, when Lara's destiny is yet to unforld seemed out of place. Unlike other series of Ms. Small's books, the "Matriarch" was pushed to the side and her offspring highlighted before she had completed her "destiny." If this is an intregal book of information, I think it would have been better to incorporate this story line in with that of Lara's a little more evenly. However.... it stands by itself and is full of wonderous characters, beautiful romances accross races, (species?) and set in a world of wonder and awe. I was captivated by the new characters and the development of her brother in the story line. I would definitey suggest this book to others as a must read. Keep on Bertrice Small! You surely are the Queen of romance!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Fantasy Historical Romance 1 May 2009
By LARA - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I love a good romance with fantasy, I have read the series of the World of Hetar and loved the actual faery-ness of it all. Bertrice always keeps my attention, sometimes the love making can be too much but she always has another great idea with magic, excitement and suspense. Love her forever.....
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I hope there is a good reason for the introduction of a new world... 8 May 2008
By Sarah Griffin - Published on
Format: Perfect Paperback
I am a huge fan of Bertrice Small and the World of Hetar. The first 3 books of the series are well-written, and you don't want to put the book down until you finish the whole thing! However, I am really disappointed with the newest addition to the Hetar series. It's definitely not the best out of the 4.

Dillon and Cinnia's "love" was undeveloped and seemed unbelievable. An entire world was introduced without having much development. I couldn't have cared less about any of the characters or why the women were disappearing. The 2 things I found fascinating were the Yafir and the relationship between Nidhug and Cirillo.

I'm sure this book will be relevant to the next addition, but it didn't seem like much progressed. We find out a surprising bit of news that doesn't really faze the characters other than Lara. Things that would have made for great reading are swept neatly under the rug. And the ending just dropped off. I actually reread the last chapter twice just to make sure it was in fact the ending.
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