The Blade to Your Hand

The Blade to Your Hand The pirate lioness Mazalaen has survived by pretending to be a man a murderer and a thief and fears she has become those things in truth Until she meets a fearless princess in battle Could this woman

  • Title: The Blade to Your Hand
  • Author: M.C.A. Hogarth
  • ISBN: 2940011164590
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Nook
  • The pirate lioness Mazalaen has survived by pretending to be a man, a murderer and a thief and fears she has become those things in truth Until she meets a fearless princess in battle Could this woman be her salvation Originally published in Anthrolations.

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    1. My frequent plaint: too short! Mazalaen is a woman (and a lioness) who has sacrificed nearly all her self-worth to survive, hiding what few scraps of ethics she has beneath the exterior of a vicious pirate. When she sees salvation in the form of the Princess Qethryn, she leaps for it -- seeing a person greater than she has become, reaching for something bright that she can no longer dream of being without help. Saving the princess' life (twice!), Maz sacrifices her past to seal her fealty, seeki [...]

    2. This story starts you off in the middle of action that leaves you feeling like you missed out on the first half of the story. But as the story progresses it becomes a wonderful piece of work that leaves you wishing there was more at the end. The writing is solid with little to no complaints other than the choppy opening to the story and what I like to call the 'furry factor'. Though this is a piece of furry fiction, the 'furry factor' is decidingly lacking in the piece. You could take that fact [...]

    3. A tale of blades, blood, and a budding romance that pulls you in and doesn't want to let go. Set in a world of anthropomorphic animals, it's a beautifully written short story that captivates you with its poetic narrative and wonderful dialogue. This tale of love between a strong-minded princess and a hardened female pirate longing for a better life begs to be expanded on.

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