Words of Divinity

Daniel is a sorcerer, good at magic and taking all the credit or so it seems to Liam In Daniel s eyes that s vastly preferable to being Liam, a hunter who excels at killing beasts and sleeping with everything else They cooperate only to keep their country safe until a new and greater danger calls for desperate measures that takes them to the land of gods, and the only waDaniel is a sorcerer, good at magic and taking all the credit or so it seems to Liam In Daniel s eyes that s vastly preferable to being Liam, a hunter who excels at killing beasts and sleeping with everything else They cooperate only to keep their country safe until a new and greater danger calls for desperate measures that takes them to the land of gods, and the only way home again is by facing monsters, gods, and truths they ve been avoiding.
Words of Divinity Daniel is a sorcerer good at magic and taking all the credit or so it seems to Liam In Daniel s eyes that s vastly preferable to being Liam a hunter who excels at killing beasts and sleeping with ev

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  1. WHY SO MUCH HURRY????yes, sorry but I must start this review saying why it's not a 5 stars for me why? WHYYYYYY? Why so much hurry?I like fast paced stories, but this one is too much, even for me! And I still don't know why!The Mcs are ok, but the excessive hurry don't give me time to fall in love with themDaniel a sorcerer, Liam a hunter (warrior, that fight monsters, demonic creatures) enemy to lover everything that made me think this was a perfect book for me. No it wasn't.Not just the lack o [...]

  2. Review posted at The Armchair Reader.3.5 starsIn many ways this was just the kind of book that I love. A solid fantasy (not high fantasy) that plays with alternate worlds, gods/demigods, demon-like creatures, a magical war, and a quest between worlds and back. Though I had a few problems with the book as a whole, for the most part I really enjoyed it.Words of Divinity is told from the opposing viewpoints of Daniel and Liam, a mage and a hunter. We first meet Liam on the streets of the capitol. H [...]

  3. REVIEW WAS ORIGINALLY POSTED AT REVIEWS BY JESSEWAVE WHERE I RECEIVED THE BOOK AS FREE REVIEWING COPYMore often than not when the blurb indicates that the story has *any* indications of “from enemies to lovers” trope, I will make a bid for the book. If the story is also a fantasy/sci-fi, I am very likely to request it. The blurb sounded awesome to me, unfortunately it did not live up to my expectations. Actually I should say the only expectation I had was to read a good story, because this i [...]

  4. 3.5 Stars I liked this enemies to lovers story. Both Liam and Daniel were interesting and I was glad we got both points of view. Unfortunately, it was sometimes both in the same paragraph. I thought the world was well thought out, we don't see everything but we see enough. I liked the Otherworld and the trials they faced there.It was a quick and satisfying read.

  5. 3 1/2 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book ReviewsDaniel’s a sorcerer, Liam’s a Hunter both fighting for the same side against the hell spawn and Idonahites. Daniel despises Liam for his callus attitude and his bed hopping and bragging and Liam hates Daniel for his cold snobbish behaviour, but when they fall for a trap Daniel has to take drastic action. Liam and Daniel end up in the land of the Gods to get back home they have to face gods, monsters and their own truths before finally arrivi [...]

  6. Sorry this just wasn't for me. When I'm trained to hate a character for almost half of the book, a bit of feeble heart to heart doesn't fix all the issues present. Liam's sex addiction, insubordination and blatant bullying is not something I can accept as character flaws. Daniel is in a position of power and influence yet is frequently belittled, looked down upon and crushed, all for it to be forgiven because he is stuck with Liam who eventually overcomes his adversion to sex.Daniels father seem [...]

  7. I really liked the main characters. I was looking forward to seeing how they would learn to get along, much less get together. Between Daniel's insecurities and issues with sex and Liam's apparent nymphomania, I couldn't put the book down as I waited to see how they would help each other find a happy medium.That didn't quite happen. Once the pair ended up stuck together, everything seemed rushed. They started to get to know each other and we learned more about each of them as well, and it felt n [...]

  8. Daniel and Liam are the results of two very different childhoods. Liam, a street rat with an abusive drunk for a father who left home at fourteen, and Daniel, a Lord and sorcerer who’s not really accepted because of the strange “feel” of his magic. Liam is cocky, arrogant, sleeps with any male once and surrounds himself with admirers, while Daniel isolates himself. The only thing they have in common is stubbornness and the fact that they were both well-known even before they finished their [...]

  9. Gah, this could've been an amazing story. But I felt like the character development was lightning fast and there were a lot of loose ends. What happened with that bet, for example? Also, it never addressed whether Liam was going to stop sleeping around; the reader only assumes that he'll suddenly be monogamous with Daniel. And where the heck did Liam get all those random handyman skills?? AND, Daniel should have had a struggle with believing Liam when he said he loved him. But he just accepted i [...]

  10. I had semi-hope for it, but alas, it was for naught. The timing's not quite right, the author doesn't really tell us enough of the world, the characterization isn't quite there, and thus the relationship doesn't quite feel genuine/believable.This is another story that felt like it could have been really great with another author. The writer tried to tackle too great a story/subject matter with too little idea of how to go about doing so. I suppose LT3's a bit hit-or-miss with these epic fantasy [...]

  11. It's a pretty nice story that left me with the feeling of reading a story from the Iliad in a modern MM retelling :) There were gods, demi-gods, hellhounds and many many quests, but there were some sprinkles of Tolkien here and there (with elves, dwarfs and evil sorcerer armies). (short summary ahead - maybe slightly spoiler-ish)The main characters are, at first glimpse, total opposites (view spoiler)[ that are attracted to each other, but after a few "dates" they have huge argument concerning t [...]

  12. I really liked this little book. I found it a little hard to get into at first, but after just a few pages I was completely immersed in it. The world the author has painted is very vivid and there's still a lot to see which makes me hope a little that we'll get to return to it at some point, although the characters' storylines feel very satisfying and complete.I adore the descriptions of the monsters—Hellspawn—in here; they're so horrible! And the gods are pretty damn awesome too.The charact [...]

  13. It's a short novella for a storyline that needs a much bigger book. Everything felt very hurried, and I didn't get the reasoning behind the characters' actions. Also, it was a bit difficult to read because of the constantly changing viewpoint between Liam and Daniel - in the beginning, it was at least separated by chapter lines, but afterwards, it just changed from paragraph to paragraph and was sometimes hard to follow. The worldbuilding seemed promising enough, too bad that it was so short and [...]

  14. MC's, Daniel and Liam were really hard characters to like. Both had their own issues and their hostility and complaints about each other kind of made this a bit of a frustrating and a little annoying read. Not the usual romance story but the plot was interesting. There are plenty of sex scenes between Daniel and Liam about halfway through the book so if that is something that may interest you, the book may be even more enjoyable.

  15. The Mythology was handled in interesting ways, the battle scenes were cool, and the descriptions of the Hellspawn were great. I even like the imbalance in sexperience between the MCs. Daniel's outlooks left me a bit annoyed sometimes, but I could still see where the character was coming from. I loved Laim to pieces. Pretty good if you're jonesing for a nice Mage/Rouge romance.

  16. Such a rich imagination! This book transports you to another universe. i loved every single word. Want to read more from this author in the future.

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