The Sorceress's Orc

The Sorceress s Orc Giavolo proudest of the city states and home to the great university where the Magical Sciences are taught alongside mundane studies The city has been at war for longer than any of its inhabitants ha

  • Title: The Sorceress's Orc
  • Author: Elaine Corvidae
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  • Page: 150
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  • Giavolo proudest of the city states and home to the great university, where the Magical Sciences are taught alongside mundane studies The city has been at war for longer than any of its inhabitants have been alive.Vervain Mistress of the Magical Sciences, she is dismayed to find herself assigned a bodyguard after divination reveals an ill defined threat to the univGiavolo proudest of the city states and home to the great university, where the Magical Sciences are taught alongside mundane studies The city has been at war for longer than any of its inhabitants have been alive.Vervain Mistress of the Magical Sciences, she is dismayed to find herself assigned a bodyguard after divination reveals an ill defined threat to the university s teachers Even worse, the bodyguard is an orc.Riyu Vervain s orc bodyguard is determined to save her life if she ll let him.Brighthand When this sinister figure attacks the university and kidnaps Vervain s partner, it s up to Vervain and Riyu to get him backor die in the attempt.You don t have to be a 20 something babe to save the world.

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    1. My review:Characterisation: 5 stars for the MCs. Well done. Usually I find it hard to identify with older h's( this one was 47) but I swear I was reading a book with Minerva McGonagall as the h!! The H was gentle( for an orc) and protective and very much in love with the h. It was not clean romance.Supporting characters weren't very original though.Romance : 4.5 stars. Very well done, character oriented, sweet and slow burnWorldbuilding: 4 stars. Nothing innately original , but the combination w [...]


    2. I LOVED ITI was completely caught off guard by how much I enjoyed this book. I read it in one day and never had a desire to set it aside.Vervain is a magic instructor who ends up getting an orc bodyguard when the university fears for several instructors’ safety. Riyu is the orc assigned to her. For me, the best part of this book was Vervain battling with her perceptions about orcs. One by one, what she thought of the “brutes” was quickly proven wrong. Seeing her struggle with her own preju [...]


    3. Another review said the main character Vervain reminded them of Professor McGonagall from the Harry Potter series. I completely agree. She's no nonsense, strict but fair, and a good teacher. The book kept me turning pages. I was eager to know what would happen next.The romance was a slow build one, and I truly felt they got to know and respect each other.


    4. This is the first book by Elaine Corvidae that I have ever read. I am definitely a new fan. I loved, loved, loved this story. It’s not often that I all out rave about a book, but this one deserves all of the praise I can lavish on it. Vervain was a sharp tonged professor of the Magical sciences with a razor wit and a scathing attitude. I loved her. She let off some zingers that kept me laughing. She reminds me of what I imagine Minerva McGonagall would be like if she never got flustered and go [...]


    5. Picture this: the heroine is hanging from the rafters, about to fall to her deathEveryone started shouting, but Riyu's voice drowned out the rest. "Vervain-ge! Hang on!""What do you think I'm doing?" she snapped back. "Stop yelling at me and bring the ladder."And this in a nutshell is why I love Vervain, the heroine of The Sorceress's Orc.She does not suffer fools. She has no patience for nonsense. She is the sort of teacher I would've hated because she wouldn't've let me get away with skipping [...]


    6. I can't remember who rec'd this to me wish I could. Enjoyed the hero who was no "hero" just a teacher doing the right thing. Loved the unconventional shipping but to be honest would have liked a more graphic description of the orc since I base mine of WoWah really not attractive.looking forward to more from this author.




    7. I never thought I'd fall in love with an Orc. It's happened! And all on an adventure of magic and clockwork creations with danger on out tails.***** Full Review *****Vervain stops dancing Golems from attacking students with her magic on her way to her class, to then be summoned to the Chancellor's study. Vervain sees Orcs there, and learns the Divination Department has foreseen there's a threat to the University's Masters. Bodyguards have been assigned since magic safeguards are already in place [...]


    8. This was the type of book I kept reading in the hopes it would improve and that it would elaborate on some of the aspects that had some pretty good potential…en it ended…This book had a very interesting world: magic is apparently commonplace and studied much like science, a series of independent city-states are locked in some sort of perpetual arms race and there are hints of a complex social system with nobility, aristocracy and political espionage as well as mention of ancient wars and soc [...]


    9. Fantasy romance – in the case of this, I mean both a fantastical romance and a story set in an imaginary world (with magic).Not my usual kind of reading fare – this was largely selected through my (probably naive) thought that it sounded unusual, coupled with the staggering number of 5 star reviews on various book review\marketplace sites.As it is, this is really all about a romance between two central characters. One, Mistress Vervain, a University instructor in all things magic, is a prim- [...]


    10. I read the chapters for this book on the author's website up to the following line: "The sitting room seemed suddenly small, filled with armor and hair and too many muscles." And that's the point I decided to buy the novel.I knew I'd have a good fun read with romance and humour, and I wasn't disappointed. A gave this story five stars for a surprising bit of horror concerning the journeyman. The monsters are gruesome. They would have done well in a story more grim, but having them in this romance [...]


    11. 4.5 stars. I enjoyed reading about a more mature heroine than you usually see in fantasy and science fiction, and I always enjoy coupled characters who seem like an uncomfortable mismatch at first. However, I had questions from the beginning about the worth of the quest. All that for one person who's not a loved one or a figure vitally important to the lives of your fellow men? After a certain amount of collateral damage, it'd be time to look for another option, wouldn't it?


    12. An intriguing story with a compelling main character who isn't afraid to say what she thinks. I enjoyed the intricate magical system that was part of this world and how the love story developed. If you like books like 'The Wizard Hunters' by Martha Wells you will definitely want to pick up this book.


    13. Absolutely wonderful! This is the best thing I have read by this author, which is saying a lot since I've enjoyed all of her books. Very original and well written. I truly hope she writes more in this universe.




    14. Good bookAction adventure romance. A good book though the ending was kind of rushed and a lot more could have of been done with it.


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