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~EBOOK ☮ Champion of the Scarlet Wolf, Book Two ♪ Five years after abandoning the Sagrada Acedemy Lord of the White Hell universe , Elezar Grunito has become infamous in the sanctified circles of noble dueling rings for his brutal temper and lethal blade Men and women of all ranks gather to cheer and jeer, none of them knowing Elezar s true purpose But a violent death outside the ring marks Elezar as a wanted man and sends him into hiding in the far northern wilds of LabaraThere, creatures of myth and witchcraft long since driven from Cadeleon lurk in dark woods and prowl the winding streets Soldiers and priests alike fear the return of witch queens and even demons Elezar soon learns that magic takes many forms, some too alluring to resist, others too terrible to endure But just as he begins to find his place in this strange new country, the past he left behind along with his school days returns to challenge him once againBook Two of Two T.S. 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Again, a winner.The conclusion to Skellan and Elezar s story does not disappoint The court wrangling, opinion swaying and magic are all intense and engaging To be honest, as much as I like this story and Skellan and Elezar s romance, Elezar s love and devotion between him and his steed, Cobre resonated evenstrongly That partnership, care and unwavering service to each other was breathtakingly beautiful Some parts of the story felt a bit stretched at the end, nonetheless wonderful, and Again, a winner.The conclusion to Skellan and Elezar s story does not disappoint The court wrangling, opinion swaying and magic are all intense and engaging To be honest, as much as I like this story and Skellan and Elezar s romance, Elezar s love and devotion between him and his steed, Cobre resonated evenstrongly That partnership, care and unwavering service to each other was breathtakingly beautiful Some parts of the story felt a bit stretched at the end, nonetheless wonderful, and time well spent Reread 2019I ended up liking this a lot better the second time If you haven t read Lord of the White Hell, this is me telling you that YOU SHOULD Then after that, you can read Champion of the Scarlet Wolf Book 2 continues after the climatic events of the first book, bringing focus to the story from demons to the approaching armies of the Witch Queens There s not much new material I can add to this review if you liked the predecessor,likely Reread 2019I ended up liking this a lot better the second time If you haven t read Lord of the White Hell, this is me telling you that YOU SHOULD Then after that, you can read Champion of the Scarlet Wolf Book 2 continues after the climatic events of the first book, bringing focus to the story from demons to the approaching armies of the Witch Queens There s not much new material I can add to this review if you liked the predecessor,likely you will like this sequel There is less world building with this entry since almost everything you needed to know about the world has already been crafted For this reason, the pacing of the story was a little on the uptake as there s less info dumping.The book itself could be split into two parts the first half dealing with human politics In the wake of destruction caused by the events of book 1, there needs to be a new leader And with that, there s going to be a bunch of political mess involved Not being a fan of such, I would say the first half of the book wasn t my favorite Don t get me wrong it wasn t boring There were certainly other things going on, but it just wasn t something that caught my interest when I know so much other fantasy esque things could be happening.The second half of the book was what I was waiting for magic, violence, myths, and pretty much everything that makes Ginn Hale a master of fantasy storytelling Certainly, the pacing wasn t an issue at this point.It was nice to see the author bring in characters from Lord of the White Hell series, as not just brief glimpses, but characters that stay important to the conclusion to the plot They were relevant, and while the POV is strictly between Elezar and Skellan, I was able to see enough of Javier and Kiram to feel myself satisfied.The romance between Elezar and Skellan progressed steadily throughout the book I m glad the author didn t make Elezar s feelings for Skellan become the magic wand to the inner homophobia he has, or at least its implication to his life back in Cadeleon While things were slow to progress in the grand scheme of things i.e throughout two very long books , it certainly reached a satisfying and realistic conclusion.One thing that did surprise me was the amount of proofreading errors throughout the book Granted, it wouldn t be a deterrant to reading this sequel especially if you loved book 1 , but it wasn t something I expected from this author The book could certainly shine with a second run through for mistakes as there were often sentences that I had to reread slowly to make sense.Overall, I m crossing my fingers and hoping this brilliant world hasn t come to a permanent end When I started on this journey, I didn t think I would like Elezar I wanted Javier and Kiram back I didn t expect to actually fall for the brute of a giant and to be able to revisit old beloved characters It was like I was able to have my cake and eat it too So I definitely give a thumbs up to Ginn Hale for the great hours I was able to lose myself in with this world Sure, it was a bit rough to read due to the proofreading mistakes, but it was still a great adventure worth taking 4.5What a ride This was the epic M M high fantasy I was looking for Mostly everything it it what I need to thoroughly enjoy this genre like witch queens and trolls, myth and legends, great battles and political machinations, friendships and romance, magic and the every day life in a bigger city it was challenging but in a good way and above all it was deeply humane Couldn t be anything else with Skellan and Elezar at it s core.While the first part of Scarlet Wolf was quite good on its own 4.5What a ride This was the epic M M high fantasy I was looking for Mostly everything it it what I need to thoroughly enjoy this genre like witch queens and trolls, myth and legends, great battles and political machinations, friendships and romance, magic and the every day life in a bigger city it was challenging but in a good way and above all it was deeply humane Couldn t be anything else with Skellan and Elezar at it s core.While the first part of Scarlet Wolf was quite good on its own I wouldn t be that amazed without the second part In the first part the conclusion of some secondary story lines felt a bit fabricated and I have to admit that at the time Elezar finally lost the battle against his inner homophobia it came too fast and didn t felt completely reasonable Don t get me wrong, there was never a doubt that both were exactly what the other needed, I just didn t see it coming at that point in time Anyway the first part was muchhigh fantasy than romance and the fantasy part was just beautiful Even after all those pages I still remember the first confrontation between Elezar and the Sumar witch queen.Book 2 of Scarlet Wolf was magic,romance,violence,everything and I got what I rarely get with M M fantasy a satisfying and realistic conclusion and it tells something about Ginn Hales story crafting that I find nothing to complain about her inclusion of old gods.At the start of Scarlet Wolf I wanted to read another Javier Kiram adventure like in Lord of the White Hell, hoping for a bit of that nostalgic feeling that comes looking back at your last school days and how your tight knit circle of friends didn t survived the passing of time but is still in your mind Somehow I even got it Javier and Kiram are necessary characters in Scarlet Wolf and muchthan simple cameo roles and Atreau is the one who suffers most of the split of the Hellions I only wouldn t have believed that the big brute Elezar who s hiding his true self deep inside would grow on me so fast and that together with Skellen I wouldn t have it any other way So maybe the same thing happens again when Ms Hale finally showsof Atreau than the teasing chapter on her home page I certainly wouldn t mind to see him in a different light, wouldn t mind at all although it surely would be a big challenge Oh yeah, I really enjoy the way Ginn Hale does fantasy First book of 2015 Finished on my birthday This was incredible I expected nothing less from Ginn Hale I can t imagine a world without her writing Too bushed to write a proper review, but read it, guys Seriously. Quite simply one of the best books I have read in a very, very long timeReview to follow on blog Quite simply one of the best books I have read in a very, very long timeReview to follow on blog Be forewarned, that 568 pages is A LIE 568 pages, my ass This is in Bloodraven territory.That being said, I m glad I read it because I love these characters and it s clear Hale loves these characters She delivered an epic high fantasy saga complete with trolls, dragons, mordwolves, wizards, political intrigue and machinations and even a couple assassination attempts As a HUGE GoT fan, I enjoyed this but expect about that same minimal level of romance.Skellan and Elezar have moments that are Be forewarned, that 568 pages is A LIE 568 pages, my ass This is in Bloodraven territory.That being said, I m glad I read it because I love these characters and it s clear Hale loves these characters She delivered an epic high fantasy saga complete with trolls, dragons, mordwolves, wizards, political intrigue and machinations and even a couple assassination attempts As a HUGE GoT fan, I enjoyed this but expect about that same minimal level of romance.Skellan and Elezar have moments that are touching and I did do believe in their connection but they do not possess the same x factor of Kiri and Javier For much of the narrative they are apart fighting this war on different fronts and that is my biggest complaint about this book it lacks balance between the action and romance plot lines.My other complaint is the appalling editing A better job could ve been done tightening this story up and proofing it better When a book is already this long making me reread sentences to try to figure out what it s supposed to mean by substituting or deleting words that were missed or added erroneously, did the pacing no favors.One last word of caution, I said in my review of Champion of the Scarlet Wolf, Book One that this series could be read as a standalone, but I m retracting that now There was too much that took place in this one from the first two books that would leave a reader scratching their head.Recommend to high fantasy fans This second book continued right on from where the first book left off which was great news As with all of Ginn Hale s books the storytelling is breathtaking and truly unique and I couldn t put it down I was pleased to see Javier and Kiram had a crucial role to play in this book as the Lord of the White Hell series is one of my absolute favourites Elezar proves himself over and over to be a worthy champion for Skellan as we all knew he would be and I m happy that he finally found the courage This second book continued right on from where the first book left off which was great news As with all of Ginn Hale s books the storytelling is breathtaking and truly unique and I couldn t put it down I was pleased to see Javier and Kiram had a crucial role to play in this book as the Lord of the White Hell series is one of my absolute favourites Elezar proves himself over and over to be a worthy champion for Skellan as we all knew he would be and I m happy that he finally found the courage to accept that his desires were perfectly normal