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Midnight's Lover (Dark Warriors) Mass Market Paperback – June 26, 2012
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“Paranormal elements and scorching romance are cleverly intertwined in this tale of a damaged hero and resilient heroine.” ―Publishers Weekly on Midnight's Lover
“It's good vs. evil Druid in the next installment of Grant's Dark Warrior series. The stakes get higher as discerning one's true loyalties becomes harder. Grant's compelling characters and the continued presence of previous protagonists are key reasons why these books as so gripping. Another exciting and thrilling chapter!” ―RT Book Reviews on Midnight's Lover (4 1/2 stars!)
From the Back Cover
Defenders against evil. Bound by the gods. The Dark Warriors are taking their battle from ancient Scotland to the modern world--where a woman's love can set them free...
A WARRIOR'S PASSION
Driven by the fierce god within him, highlander Ian Kerr is sworn to fight for the land he loves--and the brother he lost. But when he's transported four centuries into the future, he finds himself fighting his own desires--for a beautiful, bewitching woman who could hold a warrior spellbound...
A WOMAN'S MAGIC
Danielle Buchanan has heard the legends. She has felt the power of Druid blood in her veins. But she has never known a man as fearsome--or as haunted--as the warrior Ian. With her magic, Dani must help him fight an ancient evil. With her heart, she must join him in his quest. But only with her soul can she free him from his curse...and seal their fates together.
"Donna Grant will keep readers spellbound."
--"Romance Reviews Today"
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Reviewed by Ann & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog
Out of all the Warriors in this series (and the Dark Swords), I have to say that I love Ian Kerr the best. There was just something so compelling about her character from the get-go and I found myself sympathizing with him as the book progressed.
Ian has been isolated for centuries because he doesn't have control over his god, Farmire. As the god of battle, Farmire is always trying to get Ian to engage in battle or at least start a battle so Ian is in a constant state of tension, fearing that once he allows himself to relax, all hell will break lose.
He struggles with his god and so he isolates himself while he tries to tame the beast inside of him. Added to that is the grief he feels over his brother Duncan. So for centuries he has been alone and in pain. How can you not feel bad for someone like him?
The same goes for Danielle Buchanan, who is surprise, surprise - a Druid. With powers that allow her to touch objects and feel or hear their messages, she is thrust into a world that she had no idea existed. Danielle knows of her powers but doesn't necessarily understand the vast capabilities that come along with it. I was thrilled to see a heroine who didn't back away from threats when things got tough. I also happened to love the fact that she had so much faith in Ian.
This scene really captures it well, I think:
"I fought, Danielle. I had wyrran to kill. It kept Farmire content."
She sat sideways against the door and learned her head on the iron. "He tried to gain control while we were shopping, remember? You didn't let him. I know you have the willpower to stop him."
"Do I?Read more ›
Modern day Druid, Danielle Buchanan hasn't had an easy life. Originally from the US, she was sent to live with paternal aunts in Scotland when both her parents were killed in a car accident. Her Aunt Josie immediately sees the Druid magic flowing through her niece and over the years she hones and encourages Danielle's magic until it flows strongly within her. Danielle has the ability of finding lost items but must return them to the rightful owners or she suffers greatly.
New Year's Eve, Danielle plans to ring it in with friend Mitchell, but things go awry when Mitchell wants more than Danielle is willing to give. As she leaves his flat, Danielle trips and finds an ancient looking key in the street and the key gives her the mission to find McLeod Castle and return the key to those who dwell there. During her drive, a snowstorm hits and she has a car accident that propels her car down an embankment. Danielle urges on and ends up walking through the mountains, where luckily Ian finds her, drenched to the bone and almost frozen.
Once Danielle recovers and listens to Ian's story, she compels him to help her get to McLeod Castle, whether he is ready or not. Along the way, Ian and Danielle find an easy attraction to one another and they become closer and closer.Read more ›
What I loved about this book... I hope you're sitting down this may take a while. This was my first book by Donna Grant. Why didn't anyone tell me what I was missing? As the hero in the second book in the Dark Warriors Series, Ian could not have been a better fit. He's big, he's hot and he's battling an internal demon that won't quit. Who doesn't love a slightly imperfect hero? Ian needs the strength and courage to beat his god and take control. Dani has that inner strength that Ian needs to win the battle of wills against his inner god and she's more than happy to lend a helping hand... or more. Of course we know in the end he does win. After all, this is a romance, not a horror. But the story, with its twists and turns is not to be missed. Who will betray the Warriors trust in the end? Will the Warriors figure it out before it's too late and tragedy strikes once again? Will they finally face Deirdre and make her pay? I know... but I can't tell you. You'll have to go get the book and find out for yourself. I will say this, however, I'm definitely hooked. Who wouldn't be hooked instantly on a Highland castle filled with hot Warriors?
So now I sit here trying to think of something that I didn't like about Midnight's Lover and if I'm to be completely honest, as I sit here and rack my brains, I can't seem to think of a single thing. It was very well written, action packed and with enough romance and steamy scenes to make a jaded person melt. Well done, Mrs. Grant. You've got yourself a new fan and follower.
Reviewed for Cocktails and Books by Iris. Review copy received from Publisher.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was interesting and full of action. I read all of the Dark Swords Series before starting this series. I love all of Donna Grants books.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed this book. I've read others in the series and I think this is one of the best.Published 2 months ago by Mary R. Cowley
This Dark warriors series captivated me. some books are very dark, some suspenseful with characters that you either love or hate. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sunwithin
I really liked this book, i have never read Donna Grant before, so this is all new to me. I am going to read all her series. Guess i will be busy for awhile...Published 12 months ago by Diane Davis....
Ms. Grant has created a great world and a complex battle of good against evil. The warriors are strong characters well developed and their fight against evil well created. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Martha Jones