Review: A Ranger’s Tale

A Ranger's Tale
A Ranger’s Tale by Mysti Parker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’d been through hell and back and thought I’d took up permanent residence there until I had Cali in my arms again.

Caliphany has an easy, if predictable, life as the King’s niece. As the daughter of Sirius, Leogard’s most famous wizard, she’s forced into following his footsteps and finds that it doesn’t suit her at all, and neither does her arranged marriage. She daydreams of adventure and is almost kidnapped. Fortunately, Galadin comes to her rescue, and the two of them strike a bargain–Galadin will train Cali to be a ranger.

What follows is a tale of adventure, of love, and of being true to yourself. Cali and Galadin are fleshed-out characters, each with their own flaws and ideas. The pain they feel is real. The hardships they face, separate and together, shape them in a way nothing else could.

The adventure is lively, filled with twists and turns and trials along the way. Just when readers think they know what will happen, some other choice comes along. Though in the end, love prevails.

The way everything comes together is a triumph of the author. Full of emotion, both grief and love, and adventure, A Ranger’s Tale is not to be missed for lovers of fantasy/romance. Do NOT judge this book by it’s cover–you WILL miss out.

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