Herald of Shalia

Herald of Shalia

A village full of gorgeous elves desperate to be loved? There had to be a catch.

Sebastian Frost’s most recent memory was waking up in a field naked, in a body that wasn’t his own, in a world that definitely wasn’t his own, and three stunning pointy-eared women staring right at him. He also remembered hair as white as starlight, eyes like amethysts, and the name Shalia.

Fortunately, it was the right name to know.

Shalia was the elves’ goddess and that made him her herald. If that wasn’t enough of a blessing, he was in a game world, he was high level, he had hundreds of ability points to spend, and the elves were practically throwing themselves at him.

Of course, there was a catch.

Shalia, her followers, and now Frost himself were viewed by the world as bringers of misfortune and everybody hated them. Although, to be fair, Frost was going to rain misfortune on anybody who attempted to harm his lovable new followers.

Herald of Shalia is a fun fantasy LitRPG by Tamryn Tamer and contains attention starved elves, beast-girl courtesans, foul language, twosomes threesomes and foursomes, and completely over the top love making. You've been warned.

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    Herald of Shalia Reviews

  • Steve Naylor

    Rating 4.0 stars A pretty good book. I wasn't sure with the cover art if there would be an actual story. Based on the cover art it looked like it should be a short erotica, but it was a full length bo...

  • Kara

    Herald of Shalia (Herald of Shalia #1) is an amazingly entertaining LitRPG story, with some of the best dual-narration I’ve listened to.Human MC Sebastian Frost wakes naked in a field, with three go...

  • Steve

    BLUF (bottom line up front): really well written but needs a serious editing to pare it back a bit. The author writes erotica, I get that, and for the first half to 2/3 of the book it had an engaging ...

  • Justin Cox

    Interesting series, Interesting fun start to a new series. Looking forward to more books in the series. Although were quite a few editing errors. ...

  • Dave Stone

    I absolutely loved it don't let that creepy CGI cover fool you -I finished this book a few days ago, and just turned back to page one and started reading it again. Man, I'm hooked!Yes there are sex s...

  • Luke

    Smutty harem component was above average, the plot was predictable, and the litrpg stuff was just along for the ride. It's basically a straightforward "here are some OP powers and some hot elves with ...

  • Santeri Moksunen

    Surprisingly good and different, don't know about the rpg elementThese kind of books are my Guilty pleasure.Things that I remember liking about the book:Rape isn't used as a threat against people the ...

  • Ben  Jackson

    A fun, sensual readI enjoyed it and look forward to reading the sequels. This was a good book. It was really fun to read. The elves are so over the top and I love it! I hope Ena warms up to Frost more...

  • Richard Sprout

    Seriously entertaining book, loved the main character had the attitude, "look, you can pick me, but I'm not the hero you think I am." Then of course throughout the story he proves, over and over, that...

  • Malik Maccabee

    Pleasant surprise A pleasantly surprising good read. There were issues with basic grammar, nothing a good editor couldn’t fix. Even with that said, this story was entertaining with plenty of action,...