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Tle matter of an old friend calling in a debt of honor and blood–a debt Kaia can’t refuse Now a reluctant Kaia and her companions face a rebellious army assassins assassins and oh yes the assassins They don’t have a chance but Kaia Steelflower thief and sellsword has never known when to ui.

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SteelflowerEf Kaia Steelflower has done uite well for herself and she longs to retire as an innkeeper Unfortunately one night she picks the wrong pocket and finds herself saddled with a barbarian an elven princeling and his two hapless companions a wharf rat and a lutebanging minstrel And there’s the lit.

Free read Steelflower 100 Lilith Saintcrow was born in New Mexico bounced around the world as a child and fell in love with writing when she was ten years old She and her library co habitate in Vancouver Washington.

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  • Meghan

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerUpdated upon rereading i had to add a star i liked this novel even better the second time aroundThis was fun No excess world b


  • Kathy Davie

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerFirst in the fantasy Steelflower Chroniclesand most likely the lastMy TakeKaia a shunned elf who believes she never manifested any of her expected elfin powers left home to seek her fortune as a mercenary We first encounter a hungover Kaia doing battle while still half asleep only to find she's fighting on behalf of the man whose pocket she picked the night beforeIn general I really like Saintcrow as an author and the idea of this story is intriguing But must Kaia whine so muchI got the message — she doesn't believe she has any power In spite of all the indications she's receiving to the contraryThen Kaia talks about Rikyat being gods touched Well thank god Saintcrow keeps telling us because I sure am not getting it from his actions Stop telling Start showingReally a lot of good ideas desperately in need of some depth And lots less whiningThe Cover and TitleIt has a great coverit's too bad the cover artist didn't do the illustrationsThe


  • CAROLYN

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerI really liked this It reminded me of the older style sword and sorcery books Kinda like Jennifer Roberson's Sword Dancing but not uite as in depth In this day and age to find a new author who writes an entertaining tale such as this that does not involve heaving bosoms or rampant masculinity is a treat I look forward to


  • Brielle

    Free read Steelflower 100 Steelfloweri love lilith saintcrow's style she gives a kind of well hidden fragility to her protagonists that makes them likab


  • Rebecca

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerI picked this up on a whim knowing that Lilith Saintcrow was one of those authors that could be hit or miss about me Uusually she's in the group of fantastic worldbuilding but the characters tend to make me want to slap them sometimes I also occasionally have problems wiht her romance I have a weakness for sword and sorcery that is compounded by my insistence on interesting and varied female characters What can I say For all it's flaws I cut my teeth on Mercedes Lackey's Vows and Honor duology Conseuently I'll be a bit daring about that than the fifty million Urban Fantasy books I read I did like Kaia as a character Her world sounded interesting but I had some problems with immersion too many countries too uickly I like tha


  • Darcy

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerThis author is very hit or miss for me Two of her series I really like two others I couldn't finish the first book Sad to say that this book fell into the later category for me I made it about 20 pages in when I gave it up There was something about the language that just bugged me the shorted drawl that you aren't sure what the characters are saying


  • Debrac2014

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerGood read Too bad there isn't a seuel Interesting world and nice mix of characters


  • Lori

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerNOTE Speed read onlySo where to start this review The book is called Steelflower but the ballads mentioned in the book itself call the main character Iron Flower And that's pretty much how the rest of it goesWhy would a society that reveres all females throw out one who has serious issues after her mother diesWhy would a main character immediately start killing guards in the opening scene when they aren't even there for her and she's supposedly a thief and assassin eg someone who would want to avoid attention from the lawWhy would said character go out of her way to honor a nearly forgotten promise but dismiss others' attempts to bind themselves to her via their particular cultures' honor systemThis title has serious issues that a good edit would have handledS


  • Alice

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerOh how I love a sword and sorcery tale Love Lilith Saintcrow's writing all her worlds are very well drawn and her writing style is very distinctive makes me think of Simon R GreenKaia Steelflower is a mercenary who insists on working alone However she soons finds herself unwillingly collecting travelling companions and possibly embroiled in two separate issues of 'succession' both of which may get her killedA word of warning though this is supposed to be the first book in a series trilogy While the book doesn't end with a cliffhanger it's obvious that the


  • Melissa

    Free read Steelflower 100 SteelflowerI changed this from currently reading to read because I have read as much of as I possibly can The main character is insufferable and the action is slow There is a lot of fantasy culture references with no explanation so I spent a lot of time re