The Lord's Tale

SueBrown


The Lord's Tale

The Lord's Tale

  • Title: The Lord's Tale
  • Author: SueBrown
  • ISBN: 9781920501099
  • Page: 236
  • Format: ebook

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I curse you, and your children s children, that you shall all live out your allotted years, and that those years shall be filled with grief and loss and betrayal, even as you have betrayed and bereaved me Phil Fitzwarren is surrounded by death and tragedy as a result of the curse imposed on his family by Jonathan Curtess The estate is riddled with debt, his parents and I curse you, and your children s children, that you shall all live out your allotted years, and that those years shall be filled with grief and loss and betrayal, even as you have betrayed and bereaved me Phil Fitzwarren is surrounded by death and tragedy as a result of the curse imposed on his family by Jonathan Curtess The estate is riddled with debt, his parents and brother killed and his young nephew and much wanted heir to what is left of the Fitzwarren estate fights for his life after being born prematurely Since the arrival of Mark Renfrew, a psychic descendent of Curtess, and Daniel, a soldier suffering from PTSD, breaking two of the cryptic conditions of the curse, Phil feels his life is being overtaken by events out of his control Phil also has to admit that as his friends and family pair off and marry, he is lonely, and maybe a little jealous He takes his anger and frustration out on the climbing wall, only to be picked up by a gorgeous guy when he freezes twenty feet up Lee Curtis is a force of nature, inserting himself into Phil s life before Phil has time to breathe But there is the third part of the curse to break, when the one who seeks in danger is sworn to the landless lord Phil realises that Lee is the final piece of the puzzle and the curse which has plagued his family for centuries may finally be broken.


Recent Comments "The Lord's Tale"

Maybe like 2.5 stars. There were a couple spots I wasn't sure I would finish it I did not like this one very much. Phil was a complete asshole in it and I never warmed up to him. We know nothing about lee and how is he the seeker of danger? Cause he rock climbs in full safety gear? They meet, insta love, lots of sex, Phil is a negative asshole, curse broken Even the characters I had liked in the previous books were less likable in this. I think Phil’s POV tainted it for me and just couldn’t [...]

I think this one is my favorite out of the whole series. I felt it had a nice balance between the romance and the curse. Whereas The Psychic's Tale focused a majority on the curse and The Soldier's Tale focused mostly on the romance this one fell right in the middle which appealed to me a lot.I have to admit, Phil was a complete douche-bag in the beginning. *cough* Okay, for most of the book *cough*. He's very pessimistic and holds a lot of anger and jealousy towards Daniel and Mark. However, I [...]

This book brought the reader back to concentrate on the curse and breaking it. It didn't dwell on Phil and Lee as much as book two did with Sean and Daniel. The six men foretold in the words of the curse breaking gather at the Gatehouse along with Mark's Grandmother who got this whole thing started. Phil, Lee, Sean, Daniel, Mark and Jack clash with mistrust and the effects on Sir Belvedere's and Jonathon Curtess' ghosts. Some parts of this book were melodramatic but Ms Brown managed to tie up al [...]

3.5 stars. Very good paranormal m/m romance trilogy reminiscent of the Nora Roberts trilogies that involve a different couple getting together in each book, all as part of breaking a curse or fulfilling a prophecy. Chris Quinton, RJ Scott, and Sue Brown have done something similar here, skillfully creating the m/m version of the three curse-breaking couples.

The perfect end to a great trilogy.

Centuries ago, Phil Fitzwarren’s ancestor Belvedere had Jonathan Curtess killed at the stakes; before he died, Curtess cast a hex on Belvedere’s family which is in effect down to the present day. It’s this curse which Phil holds responsible for the untimely deaths of two of his brothers as well as for the fact that his newborn nephew is in hospital, fighting for his young life.Phil has almost resigned himself to being the next on the curse’s hit list; even so, he takes great pains to avo [...]

4 1/2 StarsFollowing this story has been a wonderful journey to me. Three authors choosing a topic; with each author writing their own story line for that topic. Each author following one after the other, continuing where the previous one left off. Like a game we played as children, but this story is not for children, it is about lust, greed, betrayal and a curse so strong it has lasted for generations.Psychic’s Tale, written by Chris Quinton, opens the major plot and scenery of The Fitzwarren [...]

5 STARSThis final chapter to this wonderful trilogy was awesome. It's just too short though. I want more. This could seriously make for an amazing long novel. I know that it's three seperate novella's written by three different author's, Books 1-3, which have now been packaged to sell as the The Fitzwarren Inheritance It's an easy read but great. the three novella's and author's involved are:Book #1Book #2Book #3Book 1-3 Bundle

I thoroughly enjoyed the concluding part of this trilogy. Ingenious plot but I think the whole trilogy would have been better had it been served up in a single tome. Character development could have been better as there were quite a few to contend with and I lost track occasionally as to who was was who. Having said that though, I really enjoyed the story.

An ok end to a great trilogy. My biggest issue was the fact I never warmed up to Phil and found him to be an arse a bit to often for my liking. At the same time Lee was ok but we didin't get to know him all that well so it was hard to conect to him.Also, can't help but thinking there's a wee bit to much sex going on compared to the previous two stories and the length of the book.

2.5-3 stars. I just didn't enjoy this one as much as the previous books. Maybe I just couldn't connect with the characters. (I really didn't like Phil too much)

4 StarsGreat end to a really engaging series. I thought the multiple author format would bog it down, make the characterization less solid glad to be wrong! The MCs in this were less fleshed out than the other two, but I loved the plot twist and how it was all wrapped up. I would love to read more intertwined books like this one (provided the authors could do it as well, or better).

The Lord’s Tale is the third and final novella in The Fitzwarren Inheritance trilogy. In a fit of rage over his lover Jonathan Curtess taking another lover, Belvedere Fitzwarren had them both burned at the stake. Being a warlock, Jonathan Curtess placed a curse on the Fitzwarren family that would lead generations to have bad luck. Mark Renfrew, descendant of Jonathan, found an out to the curse which states: ‘When the one who reads the earth joins with he who sees beyond, when the warrior and [...]

Igual que el anterior tiene fallos de tiempo, de detalles de trama y personajes que hablan de cosas que se supone que no saben. Lo que me menos me ha gustado es el personaje de Phil, me ha parecido que lo han degradado bastante entre este libro y el anterior, sobre todo este. (view spoiler)[ En el primer libro Phil es el que encuentra a Mark, el que le ayuda a salir de la iglesia incluso después de averiguar quién es y quien le pide disculpas por el comportamiento de su hermana. No le guarda r [...]

Third part of a trilogy that must be read in order (and best read all in one sitting).Overall, I probably give the series 3.5, where the individual stories still get 3s, and this one could probably be a 2.5 honestly. As a whole, they are a decent story about breaking a curse on the Fitzwarren family. I think it might have been better as a single longer story than as three shorter ones.Individually, this one felt weak to me. Again it was too short to get to know the characters that well. Phil Fit [...]

Definitely the weakest of the three, which kind of sucks since it's the climax and finale. Worth reading to find out how it all ends, but Phil and Lee make the weakest couple and, honestly, are the characters I liked least. We see a lot of Mark and Jack, Daniel and Sean in this, and I think I like Daniel even more in this one than in his own story. That may just be because I have a thing for the strong silent types, though. If anything, it seems like the secondary characters steal the show. The [...]

The final story in Fitzwarren trilogy ties up the loose ends from the previous two books, like it should; however, that is also the book's biggest flaw. While Phil and Lee (and Mark & Jack, Sean & Daniel as well as Alice) work to break the curse, there is very little space for character development. The relationship between the two man is Insta-Love par excellence with the element of fated love thrown in. Additionally, for the better part of the book I couldn't warm up to them at all - P [...]

I think I waited too long between books, I couldn't remember who was who and getting confused with all the characters. Lee didn't really ring true to me, he seemed awfully mature and setteled for 22 in spite of living at home with his family. It was pretty insta-love but I guess with it being such a short story there wasn't much time for build up. Phil was a bit focused on whole top/bottom thing than was necessary and I wonder what it says about the implied underpinnings of his disccomfort with [...]

3 and a 1/2 stars. Once again, not as strong as the first. I adored the premise of this story, and I like all of the characters involved. Though there was a dramatic moment in the middle, where things could have been, but weren't quite resolved, overall, the suspense and emotion wasn't as strong as I would have preferred. I felt like I got closure, but it was a bit of an anti-climax.

I loved the whole of The Fitzwarren Inheritance, and in the third book Sue has pulled it altogether superbly. It's a wonderful read. It would have been so easy for the third book to become a mess trying to pull all the various threads together but Sue has seamlessly taken the story to it's conclusion. I highly recommend the whole trilogy, fantastic books buy three superb authors.

A right nice ending to the Fitzwarren series!All the ends were going to be tied neatly in this one, and well done it was.I would have liked a bit more of a build up on page to Lee and Phil meeting, as it did seem just a bit too easy.However, did like the 'it's not over til it is finally over' cliffhanger with the curse and that all six of the men were involved.

3.5 Ravens. Sue Brown’s dramatic breaking of the Fitzwarren family curse in The Lord’s Tale will surprise and delight readers of this unique series. To read this review in its entirety, please visit blackravensreviews/?p=

3.75 stars (rounded up)Nice ending to the series. I enjoyed all of the book but I really liked this couple (as well as the first couple) the best and I thought Sue Brown wrapped up all the loose threads nicely.

Alright, so I thought that Phil was quite the Negative Nancy, but aside from that I still really enjoyed the final installment to the series.

Final tale of three. Cute stories, think more Nora Roberts than Jane Austen, you know the baddies, you know the goodies, you know the ending, but you still smile as you read it.

2 - 3 stars for me Again*ponders whether someone may have just hit the repeat button*

This was a great completion to as fantastic series.

Good ending for the trilogy. Suspenseful about the curse and breaking of it. I wondered if it would work. Interesting way to write a trilogy with three different authors.

3.5 Ravens


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