- File Size: 4270 KB
- Print Length: 294 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 13, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M0FWSSL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,260 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The King's Warrior (Pict King Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This book had several similarities to the first book - the primary one being the hero telling the heroine to stay put and her taking off and needing to be rescued.
This book features Wrath, the king's warrior and Verity, a woman Wrath finds in a snowbank and seems to know him.
This scene was actually one of the reasons that I didn't love this book. Wrath is shocked that the woman seems to know him, but he doesn't know who she is - but then thinks he has "mated" with a lot of women and can't remember all of them. Sigh....man-ho hero (not a fan).
Verity is looking for her sister and she has had visions of Wrath helping her. She begs him to help her and he reluctantly agrees.
Once the king gets involved and joins them in marriage - things start moving along at a quick pace.
Wrath and Verity begin to grow closer and form a bond - but Verity has secrets and Wrath fights his feelings believing they will make him weak.
Something major is brewing and Wrath and Verity are smack dab in the middle of the action.
This book was well written, moved at a fast pace, has steamy love scenes, a lot of suspenseful moments and a happy ending. But it also has a hero who sleeps with another woman (thankfully off page) after he meets the heroine, has many former lovers and has more than one woman from his past pop up and cause problems with him and Verity.
I would have liked a bit more information on how Verity ended up with the Northmen, but I have a feeling that will be addressed in the next book.
This is the second book in the series, but could easily be a stand alone title.
Donna Fletcher has the amazing rare talent to capture the reader from the first page and hold them there until the last paragraph is read. Complete plot, action, and characters become a part of the reader’s day. I have placed this author on my auto buy, read, and reread, permanent keeper shelf, and added to my favorite treasure list. The King’s Warrior is book 2 of the Pict King series. This book is a complete romance filled with strong warriors, a land of unrest, unexpected hot, steamy passion, disagreements, mystery, laughter, tenderness, strength, and eventually trust beyond question.
A fierce Pict warrior, Wrath, a man not known for his patience or kindness, is the leader of the King’s personal guard. One day he finds a lady in a snowdrift, and not knowing what to do with her, is made responsible for her.
Verity, a woman with visions and too many secrets and her sister had been kidnapped. She escaped and finally made it to her homeland, which she had thought never to see again. Awakening from sleep beside Wrath, she’s shocked as she looks up into the eyes of a man she knew through her visions, but had never met. The fierce Pict warrior joins Verity in her search for her sister. Her visions will prove these two were destined to be together, but although many obstacles stand in their way, they find a love that cannot be denied.
The story unfolds through a well-developed plot and characters, places, and long-ago times become part of the reader’s world and allow them escape for a while. They will read the last page, sigh, and want to start over from page one, or reach for another book by the same author. I highly recommend this book and anything else written by Donna Fletcher.