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Product Details

  • Series: Imnada Brotherhood (Book 3)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (April 29, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1451672934
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451672930
  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1.2 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,457,087 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Complex world-building and compelling characters. Egan's creatures are sexy, soulful and dangerous!"--Molly Harper, author of Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs and How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf (Molly Harper, author of Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs)

Demon's Curse goes straight to the keeper shelf, and I'll make a place beside it for the sequels. One luscious, well told story.” (New York Times bestselling author Grace Burrowes)

"Egan weaves a compellingly dark Regency world of shifters, fey, and passion. A richly layered world with beguiling characters and an intriguing plot. Taut with suspense and mystery, this new series is not to be missed. Alexa Egan promises to be a star of the genre!" (Kathryne Kennedy, critically acclaimed author of The Elven Lords series)

“Nothing beats a well-done paranormal historical and this book is better than well-done. Riveting from the first page to the last, it's filled with characters I want to know better. Egan has created a world I can't wait to get back to!” (Award-winning author Melissa Mayhue)

"Sexy shifters, ancient blood feuds, and a heroine who won’t quit her man make DEMON’S CURSE a must read. I could not put it down!" (Caridad Pineiro, USA Today bestselling author)

“Newcomer Egan beautifully paces the slow evolution of Bianca and Mac’s relationship . . . The complex possibilities in the relationships between the races will leave readers eagerly anticipating future volumes.” (Publishers Weekly)

"Replete with dark, sensuous and honorable characters and a fast-paced, intricate plot, this highly romantic and exciting story is a winner. 4 1/2 Stars." (Romantic Times)

About the Author

Alexa Egan lives in Maryland with a husband who's waiting impatiently for her fame and fortune to support them in a new and lavish lifestyle, three children for whom she serves as chauffer, cook, nurse, social secretary, banker, and maid (not necessarily in that order), one cat, one dog...and twenty-seven fish. You can find her at her website AlexaEgan.com, on Facebook at Facebook.com/AlexaEganBooks, or on Twitter at Twitter.com/AlexaEganBooks.

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Alexa Egan lives in Maryland with a husband who's waiting impatiently for her fame and fortune to support them in a new and lavish lifestyle, three children for whom she serves as chauffeur, cook, nurse, social secretary, banker, and maid (not necessarily in that order), one cat...and twenty-seven fish. You can find her at www.AlexaEgan.com or on Facebook and Twitter at AlexaEganBooks.

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This was by far the most comprehensive of all the Imnada books. Gray has been the de facto leader of the Rogues, who wants the Imnada to live out from behind the palings, or at least have a choice. With the imminent death of his grandfather, the Duke of Morieux, he is the rightful heir to the title and the leadership of the five clans of the Imnada, but because of his exile, well this just is NOT going to happen. Well, unless the new N'thuil and his childhood bestie, Alys gets involved and brings him home for the wonderfully cathartic deathbed reunion. *snort* Too easy. So, of course, there are burst bubbles, pipe dreams, shattered illusions, "I told you so's", and betrayals out the ying yang.

A complex book centered in a fascinating world of magical beings struggling for survival in an increasingly dangerous world, Warrior's Curse, while possibly a stand alone, is made all the more enjoyable by knowing the history of what has occurred in the previous four books. The curse and it's ramifications are all the more dire after reading about Gray, Mac and David's trials to deal with their slow and painful death. You also won't realize what a stoic, and seemingly cold man Gray comes off as in the previous books. I wondered how Alexa could turn Gray into a romantic figure, and she pulled out all the stops. By the end of the book, I was ready to go to war for Gray and his cause.

Alys was a bit naive for my taste, although I don't know if naive is correct. I think it was more a case of denial. If you ignore the existence of evil, it might go away, or something along those lines. Initially she seemed quite content to follow the party line, it made my eye twitch a bit. She does step up, and even saves the day to a large extent. She became a worthy warrior in her own right.
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This is the third book in this interesting yet complex world of the Imnada, clan shapechangers that have tried to keep the less pure out of their race with dire consequences. The four warriors that were cursed during the Napoleonic war have been banished from their clans and labeled emnil, or an exile and they have been trying ever since to find a cure.

Of the four warriors originally cursed, Adam was murdered not long ago, which brought the others, Gray, Mac and David, together to find answers. Gray de Coursy believes he knows where to go, back to his clan to face his dying grandfather and find the Jai Idrish. Gray’s grandfather is currently Duke of Morieux, but his health is failing, Gray will become the next duke and leader of the five clans, but he feels he will not be able to lead unless he breaks the curse.

His childhood friend, Meeryn Munro has been chosen to become N’thuil, the Voice of Jai Idrish, she agrees to travel with him and help. The two must thwart the Ossine, the enforcers who have become increasingly brutal in their attacks against the non-pure and emnils. Meeryn and Gray grow closer as they fight for their lives, the good of the clans and try to find the cure, they only hope they are not too late as the curse is getting worse and the Ossine are getting more daring.

Warrior’s Curse is set in an intriguing world where shapechangers live among humans but keep to themselves, living in clans trying to keep their bloodline pure. As the world encroaches upon the Imnada, the Ossine or enforcers increasingly use violence to keep them out.

This is the third installment of a series that has a continuing story arc; we met the others, Mac and David in previous stories as they found their HEA’s yet they are still in search of the cure.
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I've been hooked on Alexa Egan's Imnada Brotherhood series from the very beginning, and Warrior's Curse brings the story full circle. I thought it was a terrific ending, though Alexa hasn't admitted whether or not she'll do more in this world. I hope she does. Historical paranormals are absolutely fascinating to me, and Alexa does them beautifully.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dark Faerie Tales on July 29, 2014
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Quick & Dirty: Old flames reunite and try to break a curse that’s slowly killing one of them. While having a strong start, I just didn’t end up really enjoying this book.

Opening Sentence: No matter what, they would not see him weep.

The Review:

I wasn’t a huge fan of book 2 in this series, so I wasn’t super excited about reading this one, but I tried going into it with an open mind. It started off strong with a great prologue, but unfortunately went downhill from there, repeating a lot of the same issues I had found with book 2. Apparently, this series is just not my cup of tea.

Gray de Coursy’s time is running out. The “cure” that keeps his and his friends’ curse in control is slowly killing them, and it’s becoming obvious that the cure will only continue to last for a short time, maybe only a few months. Gray’s spent years researching ways to break the curse, and he finally feels close to a breakthrough. All he needs now is a sacred Imnada artifact, the Jai Idrish. Luckily, the person who can communicate with the artifact shows up at his door. Meeryn and Gray grew up together. Everyone assumed they would marry one day, but then Gray left for the army. Meeryn hasn’t seen him since. Now, she’s been sent to tell him that his grandfather is dying. They’ve been estranged for years, but Meeryn thinks they should try to patch things up before it’s too late. The only problem with this is Gray has been banished from the Imnada clans, so it could be very dangerous for him to return home. He’s been guaranteed safe passage, but has learned not to trust anyone. He agrees to go, hoping that Meeryn’s connection to the Jai Idrish will help him break the curse.
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