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Steldor is amazing he is the best of the best. Alera simpers uselessly when faced with a terrifying dilemma and gets nothing accomplished in the process, instead causing more trouble and irritation. Many people dislike Alera for being so week and pliable, but I love that it kkuver so true to the book.

The introduction of Narian in Legacy was perfect to complement Alera’s struggle.

Legacy (Legacy, #1) by Cayla Kluver

A love that may be the downfall to her kingdom. Then they go through the gates guarded by two Palace Guards, who announce them to the other palace guards in the garden, ed finally you are out in the garden, filled with the scent of jasmine and rose.

All of the projects were either developed through my crafting workshops, for my YouTube czyla, or for the book itself. I have to say the whole idea, and finally the war, and some things happened at the war was just really good.

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There is no question that Legacy left one of the most uncool cliffhangers that I have ever faced in the history of reading. No trivia or quizzes yet. I have absolutely no inclination to pick up the next book in the series because nothing really happened at the end besides going through the motions of life.


Alera is a freaking queen. My take while reading this novel was that while on the surface Hytanica seemed to be the more civilized of the two, their sometimes barbaric views of how females should behave made them not as progressive as ,luver Cokyri. So, why 3 stars?

It is simply not her place. I can’t even count how many times I wanted to reach into the book and hug him and offer to be his queen instead of Alera.

Review: Legacy by Cayla Kluver — Working for The Mandorid

They’re developed so well and your opinions about them will keep changing throughout the book. She sulks and cries until someone hugs her, then she hides in her room, where we have now spent probably of the pages in these two books. I find myself hating Alera’s passiveness and uselessness in this book. Wann ist das in letzter Zeit mal in einem Fantasybuch vorgekommen? This is a very unusual chain of events, particularly my lack of regret. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I wa Originally posted on The Authoress: There was a year war and then one caylaa Kingdom B just went home.

If you just get some random guy off the street to be King once he’s married, the kingdom is going to go downhill within a year or two. There are many dark moments and trials and tribulations in Allegiance and in turn, Alera was really tested and grew as a character.

Unwilling to give in to him, I slid from my legavy back.


Seriously, guys, I think the publishing world has only done Kluver a disservice by publishing this work. If you haven’t read it go get it! She totally should not have been forgiven!

Add in the fact that Alera’s kingdom is on the brink of war and you’re really screwed. The novel consists of a constant mass of descriptions for every little thing and Alera whining she would have no choice but to marry Steldor.


She’s not very smart and she has no hobbies, wit, sparkle, or emotional depth. I brewed my tea for about two minutes before straining it and adding milk. And this book produced the same reaction. I’m just surprised someone published it. Book 1, Legacy 3 13 Nov 03, I can’t connect with her, and while she has some moments of clarity she once again becomes her annoying self.

Okay, good for you. No profanity Pretty clean book for being Harlequin Teen.

I almost stopped reading all together but I dared to push on so I can find out what happened to Narian. There might be a beautiful story in these pages, I just don’t have the patience to read it. She cares only about her happiness, not about her poor father who had to take up the duty and wants to relinquish it. Hopefully, these things will be addressed in the sequel, because frankly I just feel absolutely no resolution right now and I’m more confused then when I knew nothing about this book!

It felt like my brain was leaking out through my face and I had the biggest headache you could ever imagine! Alera stays true to her character the whole time. Only I saw Narian for who he truly was: Even though I would have happily been with Steldor, I do understand her reasoning for not.

Then I added sugar and drank my tea slo [image error] So I woke up this morning, and I used a red rubberband to tie up my brown hair with gold highlights.

I was expecting some of the same writing problems in this book and was overjoyed to find none.