Ishel

Ishel Trapped between duty and desire even a goddess is forced to choose When Ishel falls madly in love the Mayan goddess is left with a choice Fulfill her royal obligation and marry the god of war or fo

  • Title: Ishel
  • Author: Theresa DaLayne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: None
  • Trapped between duty and desire, even a goddess is forced to choose.When Ishel falls madly in love, the Mayan goddess is left with a choice Fulfill her royal obligation and marry the god of war, or follow her heart and elope wit the deity who has true claim over her heart Kinich, ruler of the sun.Determined to have Ishel as his wife, the god of war will stop at nothing tTrapped between duty and desire, even a goddess is forced to choose.When Ishel falls madly in love, the Mayan goddess is left with a choice Fulfill her royal obligation and marry the god of war, or follow her heart and elope wit the deity who has true claim over her heart Kinich, ruler of the sun.Determined to have Ishel as his wife, the god of war will stop at nothing to ensure their betrothal Left with no other choice, she flees the heavens But there is at stake than even a goddess can foresee An unexpected surprise awaitsOne destined to challenge her immortality.Without the goddess to tend to mankind s plants and flowers, the middle world will surely perish And how will she live on to protect the single person who needs her most

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    1. This prequel to The Stone Guardian is beautifully written. I absolutely loved how each word danced among the pages, creating a flow of vivid colour. I felt every breathe of wind, I smelt the pure fragrance of heaven and heard the music of the lover's hearts. It is simply a story that ensnares the senses and makes you feel incredibly alive. Delightful Sorrowful Sweet DespairingThank you Theresa DaLayne, not only for providing me with an ARC, but for also creating such a delicate and lovely story [...]

    2. This prequel is a MUST READ prior to book one, of the series, Stone Guardian. Theresa DaLayne has created a true love story among the gods that sets the tone for the events to follow. Ishel is a quick, yet emotionally charged tale of love denied. In the battle of duty versus love, Ishel, the goddess with the power to make plants grow must choose between marrying the god of war or living out her life with the sun god, Kinich. Her father has decreed she will fulfill her royal duty, but Ishel and K [...]

    3. This book was short, but I absolutely loved it!! It's a great story of forbidden love. Ishel is a Mayan goddess who is in love with Kinich, ruler of the sun. However, she has been promised to Nacon, the god of war, who she does not love. Nacon is tough and easy to dislike but he shows that he does love Ishel. She makes a choice which changes everything and there are real and lasting consequences.I read this in one sitting and was mesmerized by this story. I could feel how Ishel was torn between [...]

    4. I had never heard of Mayan mythology before, so this was all completely new to me! However, I found the story well written and engaging. I was completely hooked and would love to read more and continue the series! I don't think a short story has ever made me cry beforewell, there's a first time for everything! There were some pretty intense moments in Ishel that had me reading as quickly and intently as I could. This is a beautiful and moving story. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this and am exci [...]

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