Foxhart

Foxhart

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Tucked safely away from the world on their peninsula, the three 'Veld kingdoms--Estveld, Ostveld, and Norveld--have little to do with the rest of the world, instead focusing their efforts on fighting amongst themselves. But the world hasn't forgotten about them, and the Cheil Empire has turned its armies their way.

The three 'Velds ally together, but even their combined might is not enough to prevent their eventual defeat. The kings are forced to surrender, but the terms for Estveld and Ostveld appear suspiciously lenient; each kingdom maintains its independence, so long as the royal bloodline continues unbroken. The only catch seems to be that the Cheil Emperor is allowed to choose each generation's bride.

Prince Cavan of Ostveld is unhappy with the terms because he fears he won't be allowed to marry the princess to whom he was betrothed. Prince Gair of Estveld is disgruntled because he never intended to marry at all. But the surrender is already signed, and the princes are left with no choice but to travel to the capital of the Cheil Empire where they will learn who--or what--the Emperor has in store for them.

Title:Foxhart
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781610407335
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    Foxhart Reviews

  • Seregil

    The first half of the book was great, but after the main characters got together the story seemed to drag on. It continued up to the point where both their fathers died, yet they still found no soluti...

  • Ayanna

    I rather liked it, even if I rather dislike the name "Gair" and I'd have preferred if it ended a bit more...resolutely. As is, it rather leaves you hanging. Still, the universe is fantastic, and I'd r...

  • Kristy Maitz

    Boring story plot. ...

  • Moniqee

    Is there any chance of a sequel?...

  • Jill Hornor

    I read this story originally when it was posted to fictionpress and livejournal as two stories. The author did a great job editing and cleaning up everything, and I was so happy to finally be able to ...

  • Daesy

    I read this book in less then one day,what i can say is really good.Gair and Cavan are enemies who unite their armies to fight versus the emperor,they lose the war and the emperor calls them at court ...

  • L-D

    The war between the three 'Veld Kingdoms and the Cheil Empire is over and the 'Velds have lost. Estveld, Ostveld, and Norveld must bow down to the Cheil Emperor and accept the terms of surrender. The ...

  • Rin

    I first saw the book in fanfiction.com and waited around before finally purchasing the ebook and reading it the past week. The most outstanding thing in this book that amazed me was the world building...

  • Fehu

    The story dragged some in the middle and the ending then left me unsatisfied, that's why it's not a five stars.Prince Cavan and Gair are caught unprepared by some terms, when both their kingdoms are c...

  • Cornejo Kurt

    Pleasantly surprised.Once purchased I still had reservations about the book and it's vague synopsis. However, the opening chapter literally further piqued my interest and rest is history. ...