Tributary by Lisa T Bergren


TRIBUTARY, a novella (1/2 the length of a normal novel), picks up a year after BOURNE…

Lia struggles to overcome the fear that constant battle has heaped upon her; Gabi and Marcello face an unexpected crisis; and Lord Greco just may be ready to leave the grief and loss of his past behind him, so that he might grab hold of the future…

My take:~

The series we can’t get enough of is back! With Luca on the cover and plenty of action, adventure and romance between the pages, Lisa T Bergren sucks you back into her 14th Century world in a flash.  After three books and a novella in Gabi’s first person voice, little sister Lia gets to share from her perspective in Tributary which is an intriguing change.  Her developing attraction to the devoted and witty Luca is fun to watch and I love the scene that explains why a 14th Century Italian knight is sporting a 21st century hair cut on the cover!  A determined new character fires Lord Rodolfo Greco’s imagination, causing him to rethink his melancholy ways. While I’m left a little bereft that Rodolfo didn’t get a full length novel for his ongoing story, Lisa’s skillful and emotive prose makes the most of the shortened format.  My advice with this series? Purchase them all immediately ~ Waterfall, Cascade, Torrent, Bourne and Tributary ~ read them in order and relish every minute of what will be a unique and all consuming reading experience that will leave you both breathless, enchanted and dreaming of more!

With thanks to the author for my review copy

Relz Reviewz Extras
Character interviews with Luca LiaGabi and Marcello
Reviews of WaterfallCascade, Torrent & Bourne
Character spotlight on Gabi, Marcello, Luca & Lia
Character spotlight on Lord Greco
Visit Lisa’s author website and her travel website
Buy Tributary at Amazon or Koorong

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2 Responses to Tributary by Lisa T Bergren

  1. Thanks, Rel, for the continued encouragement and support on the River of Time Series. So glad we could sit on our inner tubes together, drifting along through the rapids and eddies…

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