Sacred Fate By Eresse – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards , publishing history, genres, and time period. Sacred Fate introduces you to an amazing world from the imagination of fantasy romance author Eressё. Some things are worth fighting for, which both. “Sacred Fate is a captivating and distinctive story of a dual-gendered world. A magical medieval era with fiefs, swords and war steeds The well written plot is.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Most bonds evolve with time. But a precious few begin even before birth. In the dual-gendered realm of Ylandre, the great divide between the high-born True Bloods and the lower-ranked Half Bloods is deemed impassable by most. Rohyr Essendri dared to cross it when he took young Lassen Idana from his provincial town and made him his paramour.

Lassen perforce learned how to na Most bonds evolve with time. Lassen perforce learned how to navigate the intricate byways of life at court. But anything worth having is worth fighting for, both figuratively and, as Lassen discovers, literally speaking. Contains hermaphroditism and explicit homoerotic sexual encounters. Chronicles of Ylandre 1. Rohyr EssendriLassen Idana. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Sacred Fateplease sign up. Amy Um, I sort of made my own. Maybe it will help: See all 3 questions about Sacred Fate…. Lists with This Book. This was me before starting this: What, what, you say?

And this was me after: That was surprisingly super-y duper-y good! Not gonna lie though At first, I had NO idea what da fuq was going on.

But you know how things go when you start a new fantasy-type series Lots of world building If you are like me – and dig all that kind of shit? Then you too will think this ish was awesomely badass. Already downloading numero dos View all 45 comments. All I have to say in this review is that the writing ruined what I consider to be an amazing 5-star story. View all 28 comments. Dec 15, Heather K dentist in my spare time rated it it was ok Shelves: I think it is safe to say that this book is not for me.


I struggled immensely with the writing. It is a lot of “thou” and “wherefore” kind of talk coupled with names that I think were designed just to confuse readers.

Virtually unpronounceable and thoroughly un-rememberable, I could not for the life of me recall the names of either the characters or the places. Also, was I the only one who noticed the POV changes from paragraph to paragraph? To top it off, I thought that the relationship between Lassen and Rohyr was just fraught with miscommunication and inequality.

And the scheming relatives bored me. I also thought the sex was a strange and not particularly erotic, but maybe that was the intersex quality of cate MC, which I found to be more interesting than hot. I don’t know, I don’t know I think fantasy doesn’t work for me a majority of the time. This was no exception. It wasn’t bad, I could have probably finished it, but I felt totally eesse towards it the entire time.

A miss for me. View all 8 comments. Oct 12, Valentina Heart rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book simply captivated me. The world is magnificent, the idea behind the story unique and quite beautiful. The characters are caring and kind, yet intelligent even when a bit naive. He was so beautifully portrayed in his innocence and simple goodness that it brought me to tears at times and I couldn’t read the words fast enough.

Sacred Fate (Chronicles of Ylandre #1) by Eressë

Rohyr is a great ruler, fair, strong and very conscious of h This book simply captivated me. Rohyr is a great ruler, fair, strong and very conscious of his desires as much as his obligations. The care he showed for the man he loved was astounding and I couldn’t help it but adore him from that first talk with the elders ersese his overwhelming confidence. The very bearing of a child was described to the smallest detail, giving the very notion of how much effort was invested in the concept of the story.

It gripped me from the beginning to the end and I found myself enjoying their sexual endeavors, smiling at their gentleness and enduring through their pains. It was truly a wonderful experience to read this book and I hope there will be a worthy sequel in store.

Apr 02, M’rella rated it did not like it Recommends it for: My rating is for eresxe part only. Erresse happens in the first third of this “fantasy”. The book itself is a huge info dump of useless history, descriptions of unimportant things ie plumbing and family liaisons. Fwte language is pretentious and heavy, trying to camouflage as an “old charm”. Rohyr the King is a push-over and a suck up, bending backwards in order not to upset his evil uncle.


Lassen is a “breeder”, someone who can bear children. He is a hermaphrodite, identifies himself as male, but acts like a female. Why not make him a woman from the beginning? Is it just for the sake of mpreg tag? Don’t hold your breath. Young Lassen finds himself given away to the king Rohyrin exchange for military protection of the province where he lives. Rohyr makes Lessen his whore concubine never to be a consorteven tho the boy is underage at 28 breeders don’t reach sexual maturity until they are past Gate life span and all.

Lassen lives somewhere in Rohyr’s castle, but not with him. Every once in a while they run into each other and suck face and other body parts.

Lassen finds out that Rohyr’s evil uncle has an evil plan at hand. All around and in between the above mentioned events we have: PS Looking at the characters’ bodies and their heads, I can’t stop thinking “Escher”! View all 20 comments.

Sacred Fate

Dec 30, Bookwatcher rated it it was amazing Shelves: Once upon a time, far. Surrounded by his loyal followers How can I show you how amazing is Rohyr Essendriwith all his immense power, never being able to give his soul to another being, and finally know this strange but so much desired sentiment Fantastic story, amazing secondary characters, perfect in all aspect!

There is a lot of strange words, and the glossary certainly is very useful. View all 25 comments. Jul 14, Lexi Ander rated it really liked it Recommended to Lexi by: As novel as the idea for this story is, it could easily overwhelm the unwary reader.

A glossary of terms came be found at the end. I would suggest first time readers to at least take a look before tackling the story. Even I needed a bit of help with the terms used.

This was a reread for me because I wished to finally read the rest of the series, which I already own just haven’t gotten around to yet. I’m glad that I did because I needed the refresher on the world and terms. The story was unique enough that I still recalled the plot but the terms tripped me up.

I still hold to my stance, there are too many side characters.