Alora knows that it is her destiny to
step forward and fulfill her ancestorís promise to become a
bride to a Dark Elf lord. She knows it is time to step up
when her cousin is grabbed by Caldur at a party. She does
just that and finds that she is attracted to Cladur but
thinks that his time with Alora while platonic, will keep
him from desiring her. She has always felt the pale
comparison to her cousin. But what she didnít count on was
that Caldur would be attracted to her and her to him.
What Alora finds is not only a man who
thinks she is beautiful in her own right but one who seems
to be her perfect mate. Additionally, he seems to be able
to trigger her magic which has largely been inaccessible
through her, and her relatives, history. With his help, the
Magic of the Warders would come again to Realm.
Due to her family history, Caldur is
afraid that Alora will run so he does not trust her, which
might further drive them apart. But time can heal many
The Warderís Elf is a tough review for me to
write. If this was the first Viola Grace book I had read I
would say it was fantastic. But, as a long time fan of
hers, I felt The Warderís Elf was unfinished.
I ended reading by saying to myself, ďThis is it? What do
you mean I am done already? What happens to them moving
forward? Huhn.Ē So while it was a well written short I
didnít think it does the author justice if this is the only
work you will read of hers. So, while it is a good story,
donít start with The Warderís Elf, pick up
another of Ms. Graceís stories first.