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Warrior Betrayed (The Sons of the Zodiac, Vol. 3) Mass Market Paperback – May 3, 2011
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Paranormal Romance -May 3rd, 2011
Warrior Betrayed is another fascinating paranormal in the author's Zodiac series - Hot heroes aligned with the Goddess Themis to fight against the evil Goddess Enyo to save humanity. The third in the series, it can easily be read by itself but would be better appreciated having read at least the first book to understand the origins and struggle between the two Goddesses.
This story starts out with a bang as Eirene, the Goddess of Peace, gives up her immortality to love a rich human named Jack Grant. But their relationship does not last long and Eirene soon leaves him and her daughter. A daughter destined to take her place.
Montana Grant is rich and successful but her life is in danger and there is only one man who can save her, the powerful warrior Quinn Tanner. As a Zodiac warrior, he fights to prevent her from falling into the Goddess Enyo's clutches. But will a suspicious Montana accept his aid especially when she learns who he really is?
The author mainly focuses on the relationship between the hero and heroine for most of the storyline and less on some of the paranormal aspects of the storyline. I felt this was a bit of a shame because all the Goddesses really fascinate me and I would liked to have more scenes with them. Even the villainess Enyo is interesting with her evil manipulations. I particularly wanted to learn more about Montana's mother, Eirene, the Goddess of Peace. But overall, this was a solid romance with two well-matched main characters. I particularly liked Quinn, who was the ultimate warrior. He is any woman's dream `bodyguard.'
An absorbing paranormal series filled with combating Goddesses. This was an exciting read that fans will enjoy.
Reviewed by Steph from the Bookaholics Romance Book Club
This time we meet Quinn, the Taurus Warrior, the information gathering, secret electronic geek, security focused member of the group. His heroine, Montana Grant is a shipping heiress who may or may not be involved in shady underworld activity, or she may be the latest pawn Enyo, the goddess of war, plans to use to destroy the Zodiac warriors.
Montana is a very strong woman, who is trying to live out the destiny her late father left her with his shipping firm. Secretly she's been looking into the possibility that her father's rise to the top wasn't as on the up and up as she'd always believed. However, fate intervenes when her long lost mother and a sexy security expert step into her life, and Montana learns her destiny may be totally different than what she expected.
Add into the mix a dangerous entity or two that wish to exact revenge and you have a very, sexy page turning book. One you will delight in spending a day on the beach or by the pool getting lost in!
Ms. Fox has found her stride with Warrior Betrayed and I can't wait to see who is the next of these warriors to get his story!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this series. It is filled with adventure & romance. Addison does a great job at bringing her characters to life. I love getting lost in the story lines.Published on May 30, 2013 by Dani Mitchell
This book was excellent! if you are a fan of paranormal romance books look no further! Ms Fox knows her stuff! I highly recommend this book and love the series as wellPublished on January 27, 2012 by Lynette K. Reicks
I think these books have an interesting theme but sometimes the plot is kind of stale. I still like them and the books have interesting and likeable enough characters to keep... Read morePublished on November 27, 2011 by Leah