Wren’s father has just been killed. A
warlord, he was much despised throughout the planet and his
sins are now Wren’s. Her life is in danger and she is being
hunted just for being The Warlord’s Daughter.
Aral Mawndarr is a traitor to the Drakken but a hero to the
Coalition. Having single handedly helped the Coalition
defeat the evil Drakken Aral has a deeper mission to
complete. He plans on finding and marrying The
Warlord’s Daughter. Wren’s identity is compromised
when she comes face to face with Aral. And life as they
both know it, changes in an instant.
Aral was wicked hot. Manly, forceful –
everything I love in a hero. Wren’s characterization was
that of an innocent pawn, but strong. Susan Grant’s way of
showing good versus evil in The Warlord’s Daughter
is notably well written. Secrets, passion, enemies,
traitors – exemplary storyline notwithstanding – I found
The Warlord’s Daughter to be an excellent
addition to the Borderlands series. It was yummy!