5 thoughts on “Destiny’s Star (Epic of Palins, #3)

  1. I really enjoyed the first two books in this series but I read them in 2008 and 2009 respectively so when I started Destiny’s Star I had no clear recollection of the previous stories other than knowing that I liked them. This book is not a stand alone and cannot be understood or enjoyed without first reading Daggerstar and White Star immediately receding Destiny’s Star.

    I couldn’t follow what was going on at all and I suddenly didn’t like either Bethral or Ezren and I liked them just fine in the

  2. I’ve never been a fan of the romance genre, but Elizabeth Vaughan has me hooked with her romantic fantasies. Destiny’s Star is Book #3 of her “Star Series” and Vaughan takes us back to the Plains from the “Chronicles of the Warlands Series.” Avid readers of her work will find this enjoyable and newcomers will be instantly pulled into her wonderful world.

    Destiny’s Star is a classic love story about one talespinning guy who can’t properly sit a horse, and one warrior girl who’s shy with men but no

  3. This is book 3 but you can read it as a standalone novel. I read book 2 two years ago and I had forgotten some things but thanks to the book I was soon up to speed on things. Because each of these books are about a new woman. I actually read book 2 first, then book 1 and then this one (you know how it is.) Also to be noted is that yes this is the series by Elizabeth Vaughan but she is published as Beth Vaughan in the UK.

    Bethral is in love with Ezren and he is on love with her. But neither thinks


    Our heroine is Bethral a fierce warrior charged with the protection of her young queen Glorianna.

    Our hero, Ezern Silvertongue is a storyteller with a pain filled past. Bethral on a whim that she cannot explain saves Ezern from a life of slavery and certain death.

    Bethral harbours a love for Ezern since the moment he looked up into her eyes while she was rescuing him from his slavers. Feeling that there is no way that he can ever feel the same about her, she chooses to watch him

  5. Destiny’s Star is a fantastic, richly-detailed, exhilarating, and satisfying conclusion to Elizabeth Vaughan’s second fantasy trilogy. Not only are the characters complex and flawed and compelling, the world of the Plains is rich and beautiful, the emotions portrayed true to heart, and the dialogue set forth credible and entertaining. Most important to me as a fantasy fan, however, is that the legends and the customs and the practices and the beliefs of the tribes on the Plains are so incredibly

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