Without a Front: The Warrior’s Challenge

Without a Front: The Warrior’s Challenge

Title:Without a Front: The Warrior’s Challenge
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781912684021
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:482 pages

An assassin’s shot has shattered the Opah family and endangered Lancer Andira Tal. Now criminal forces are racing law enforcement to find the man who could topple Tal’s government.

With the net closing around them, Tal and Salomen Opah discover the power of their tyree bond, a power Alsea has not seen in a millennium. A desperate gamble wins them a reprieve, but the price is high: Tal loses her greatest support just when she needs it most.

As a second, more lethal trap reveals itself, the fate of Tal, Salomen, and Alsea itself rests on the edge of a blade. There is no possible way out—but there may be an impossible one. When a divine tyree bond comes into its true strength, love may not just save a heart. It may save the world.

Length: approx. 150,000 words
Themes: Science fiction · Lesbian fiction · Romance


    Without a Front: The Warrior’s Challenge Reviews

  • Just a man's point of view

    I have been in love with Andira Tal from the moment I started to read The Caphenon, till the last page of Without a Front. And now I'm in love with Salomen Opah too.This story is mainly about feelings...

  • P. Industry

    Alright - time to commit heresy. And it really is heresy this time. You're here because you liked the other two novels, yes? No worries! - they’re damn good, and no one would disagree. But this one ...

  • Heinerway

    Wow. Great book. Great series. This book has certainly sparked my interest in science-fiction. I look forward to (and hope for) more installments in this series. With Vellmar if possible. And with mor...

  • Alealea

    The second part of without a front is more like Caphenon, in the sense that a lot happens, fast and with multiple threads going. The love between the main characters is the principal highlight of the ...

  • Penny

    I do hope we get to see more of the Chronicles of Alsea. Preferably with Salomen exploring more her abilities since, and I quote, "we don't know exactly how powerful she is".Oh, and Vellmar. Lots and ...

  • Arien

    3.3 stars. I'm disappointed. The first book was so incredibly exciting but the second and now third book failed to live up to that standard. First of all there's the tone change from politics on a gal...

  • Tara

    Like some others have said, it feels a bit odd reviewing this one on its own. The book doesn't stand alone at all because it directly picks up where Without A Front – The Producer’s Challenge leav...

  • MJS

    The last part of Without a Front also benefits from some lovely additions to the original story. The scenes between Andira and Lanaril were wonderful, and added a depth to Andira's character. All of t...

  • Lexxi Kitty

    I do not particularly like leaving review boxes empty, but I'm not really sure what to say for this book here.My 8th book by DeLancey is a good solid continuation of the series/conclusion of the Witho...

  • Marilyn

    The intricate plot and wonderful characters make rereading this book a joy and comfort....