- Release Date
- January 2016
- Book 2 of Warriors of Light
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery
Hector is a born warrior and a protector. But in the war against the evil he cannot fight alone. While he has his brothers-in-arms by his side, a new element is necessary for this battle. That's when he finds Riley, and he realizes dreams can come true even for one cursed to walk forever throughout time.
Riley Jensen is sensitive to lies—the lies others tell, and any she has ever tried to tell. Seeking out sanctuary behind thick walls is her only escape from the pain. Except now it appears she might be the hunted. Not one to sit back and wait, she goes on the offensive with the help of a powerful warrior.
The danger grows thicker, and lies will blend with truth. Only Riley can discern fact from fiction with her gift to keep all the warriors walking the true path.
Apr 01, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
157 people found the following review helpful
He's a born warrior and protector, but in the war against evil Hector cannot fight alone. And when he finds Riley, he realizes dreams can come true even for one cursed to walk forever in this scintillating paranormal romance.
Riley Jensen is sensitive to lies so she pursued sanctuary behind thick walls to escape the pain. The reader can't help but get pulled into the excitement and passion as Riley and Hector join forces to discern fact from fiction using Riley's gift. The scorching passion between Riley and Hector heats things up to a combustible degree very quickly but evil has plans to put a stop to that which adds exciting tension to the story as these strong compelling characters demand your attention and the well written, fast paced and smooth flowing plot thrills readers with lots of passion and suspense.
If you enjoy lots of passion and romance in your story then this series is a must read as so far it focuses more on the relationship than the evil as each story is about the meeting, the mating and surviving a battle which packs these quick reads full to the brim.
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