Author: Alexis Morgan
Series: Paladins of Darkness
Publisher: Pocket Alexis Morgan's sizzling paranormal Paladin series continues with a courageous female warrior who can't resist the man of her dreams -- even if he is her sworn enemy....
A fiercely beautiful female leader from the Other world, Lusahn q'Arc can't forget the Paladin warrior she met in battle -- his chiseled body and piercing, thoughtful eyes still haunt her dreams. While investigating the smuggling of the mysterious blue stones used to light her shadowy world, Lusahn receives word that her missing brother, Barak, is alive -- and working with the Paladins. Although angry at his betrayal, she arranges to meet him. But at the appointed time it is not Barak who arrives, but Cullen Finley -- the enemy warrior who torments her memory.
Intense attraction immediately burns between Lusahn and Cullen despite their rival loyalties, and they can't help surrendering to passion. Their time together is limited, though, for soon Cullen must return to his own world -- with or without Lusahn. But when carefully laid plans go awry, together they must fight to keep their forbidden romance a secret -- and keep each other alive.
After my experience with In Darkness Reborn
, Redeemed in Darkness
turned out to be a true page turner.
If I'm to analyze it critically, sure, the book had its own problems. I would have liked a bit more background on characters (the same problem with other books), or more information on the finally shown world of the Others (a.k.a. Kaliths). And maybe love and trust came too quickly than it should've considering the heroes were enemies from different worlds, but while reading the book I've got chills crawling up and down my spine. A physical reaction which tells me that despite everything, I enjoyed the story.
So I guess it were only minor problems. Not a deal breaker.
-> Romance books
-> Redeemed in Darkness