- File Size: 3191 KB
- Print Length: 150 pages
- Publisher: Trim and Julka, LLC; 1 edition (April 17, 2015)
- Publication Date: April 17, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VGZFXZA
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Pema's Storm: Dark Warrior Alliance Book 3 Kindle Edition
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Ronan is a bear-shifter and new to town, having taken a job with security at the new Confetti Too club for the members of the supernatural world. In all his life he has only had one girlfriend, and he thinks she is the best there is so he comes into Black Moon Sabbat for help, only to be knocked for a loop when he see's Pema. Never has his body reacted to the sight of a female like that before and he is lost as to what it could possibly mean.
Things get more complicated when Ronan's ex-girlfriend turns out to be Claire Wells, who hates the sisters, and daughter of Cele Wells, the realm's High Priestess. Cele has been trying for years to figure out a way to get the triplets power and to take over the realm, although not everyone knows that in the beginning. When Ronan picks Pema over Claire, sparks fly and Claire seeks revenge, no matter what her mother's plans might be.
If you have read the Dark Warrior Alliance you will have met the Rowan sisters in book 2 with Jace and Cailyn. If you haven't read that series, you really should because that series really comes before this series, and the characters in that series carry over into this series and you see them again here and there throughout the book.
The Rowan Sister's is more of the romance, fated mates story, but there is still some action, adventure and magic. There is also the humor that only comes from the author's books. Really and awesome read.
My one minor complaint is that the term "female" felt overused. Occasionally using the pronoun "she" or even "lady" or "woman" would have been welcome.
The story kept me entertained, there was plenty of heat but the sex was balanced with a good underlying story and some kick-ass action.
Reviewed by Laurie-J