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Defender of Magic (Champion of the Sidhe urban fantasy series Book 3) Kindle Edition

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Praise for The Sidhe Series:

Great series, I'm ready for the next one. -LH Moore

As usual, S.A. Archer has created incredible characters that grab you and drag you into their world. Kelly - Reading the Paranormal review blog

I don't think these guys can write anything I don't love! Cassie - Gathering Leaves review blog

I have read all of the books in this series and they never fail to intrigue. If you love stories about the fae these are a must read... Can't wait for the next book. D. Raddatz

Sneaky. Good. Well played. I love it when things are all entwined together and play out on a bigger screen. - MelHay

S.A. Archer keep them coming! I am hooked! Kira - The Book Lover's Realm

I can't say enough about this series. If you like urban fantasy then stop right now. You can't get better than this. - Sherri S.

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  • File Size: 294 KB
  • Print Length: 47 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ravynheart Publishing (March 16, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 16, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007LCNSG8
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #931,391 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Debbi on March 17, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I have been on pins and needles waiting for S. A. Archer and S. Ravynheart to release their next book in the Champion of the Sidhe series and finally it's here! I devoured this novella in one sitting and it left me very excited for more. If you haven't already read the first two books "End of the World" End of the World (Champion of the Sidhe urban fantasy series) and "Champion of the Fey," Champion of the Fey (Champion of the Sidhe urban fantasy series) I'd highly advise you to begin there, since "Defender of Magic" picks up where they left off.

Lugh, Champion of the Sidhe, continues his struggle to save his people. Now that the Mounds have collapsed, he desperately seeks any Sidhe survivors and has yet to encounter even one. Lugh has several different tasks to complete. One is to continue seeking out anyone who survived the Collapse. But the second and more important task is to try to find the plethora of artifacts that Danu, the All-Mother and Creatrix of the Mounds used in order to create a new Fey Realm.

Lugh has one tiny problem and it's not just that he doesn't know how all the artifacts are supposed to fit together. Time is not on his side; since the Fey were bound to the Mounds in order to live and recharge their magic, now that the Mounds have collapsed, the clock is ticking.

This story is rather heart-wrenching, but it continues to cement Lugh as one sexy hero.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MelHay on April 15, 2012
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We start with Lugh having very fond memories of one Sidhe he cared for; loved and loved him, Rhiannon. Lugh is yearning for the Touch of a fellow Sidhe, one of which like him, and he has not found another since the fall of the Mounds. Lugh is drawing weaker as every use of magic drains him more, bringing the Fade closer. As Lugh and Willem near to their temple of the All Mother, Lugh senses trouble. Changelings have found and attacked their safe haven for the artifacts. Lugh needs to take the body of Danu and artifacts to somewhere safe, but where would that be... Lugh has an idea and it involves a dragon.

We see Lugh weak here. We learn of his strong, long past and are able to realize just how weak he is without the mounds magic or even interaction with his own kind. Lugh is so weak, he gets trapped by the nasty little goblins.

We meet a new character here, Jonathan....a dragon-shifter! I like meeting this new man! He's got a little bit of a pest issue, with the next of goblins now scurrying through his territory. Oh, Jonathan's home...I love the picture drawn of Jonathan's home! Love the looks of this place, inside the cave. It's not what you think it would look like.

This world keeps growing with different creatures mentioned. There is mention of wolf-kin, or werewolves as they go by now, as well.. in this ever growing world. With the world growing in this series, it's also growing to the other two series affiliated with it. If you are reading all three series; Champion of the Sidhe (this one), The Rise of the Unseelie, and Touch, you will take note that the goblin nest that had fallen and now pestering Jonathan are the ones from the Touched series in which Donovan, from The Rise of the Unseelie, had also squeezed out of their home.
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At A Glance
I don't know what happened. I still love the series, but this book didn't really do it for me.

The Good
Dragons!!! Gotta love me some dragons. Lugh is still on a quest to collect and hide certain artifacts that will rebuild the fey mounds. But Lugh can already feel himself growing weaker as the Fade that kills off his people starts to descend on him. His life, and most of the sidhe, now must depend on a scary dragon who would as easily kill you as help you. Because only he could hide the artifacts from those who want to steal them.

Lugh is getting weaker and it shows a lot in Defender of Magic. You have to respect the guy for trying so hard to restore his people but it's looking more likely that he may be too late. His enemies are taking full advantage of his weakness and you can't help but feel bad for the guy. It's like the world is on his shoulders.

I loved the addition of Jonathan, the dragon-shifter. He was pretty badass. He's both frightening and reasonable. He much rather kill things than anything else, so the fey should be very weary of him. But we know Lugh, a little fire and a huge dragon doesn't scare him.

The ending definitely got my attention. Some things are revealed and they could be life-changing for Lugh. I will be reading the next book because I have to know what happens next.

The Bad
It's no secret that I find this series of the three tier series to be the weakest for me. I am just not the biggest fan of Lugh's. He's kind of boring to me. This book didn't change my opinion of him. Out of all the series, he has the biggest quest, that's for sure, I just think the other characters are so much more entertaining.
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