Defeat the Darkness
After a vicious attack, Paladin Hunter Fitzsimon is no longer the warrior he once was. So when he’s offered a transfer to the small Pacific Northwest town of Justice Point, he takes it. Tate Justice needs a tenant for the apartment above her garage, but when Hunter shows up, something about him... show more
After a vicious attack, Paladin Hunter Fitzsimon is no longer the warrior he once was. So when he’s offered a transfer to the small Pacific Northwest town of Justice Point, he takes it. Tate Justice needs a tenant for the apartment above her garage, but when Hunter shows up, something about him unsettles her—and it’s not just his sexy grin. When he doesn’t return home one evening and Tate finds him left for dead after another Kalith attack, she realizes how much he means to her. And as the Kalith and the Paladins battle it out, Hunter begins to realize he’d do anything to keep her, too.
Publish date: February 23rd 2010
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages no: 338
Edition language: English
Series: Paladins of Darkness (#6)
In this instalment we get to catch up with Hunter, the Paladin who had been tortured to death in Jarvis' book. Hunter is an ornery male who I have mixed feelings about. In one way I feel so bad about his circumstances, but in another I want to beat him for the way he treats Tate. He's not a horrible...
I've gotten out of the habit of reading het romances but in my heyday I was a lover of paranormal and urban fantasy type books. It's been several years since I read anything in this particular universe but I was able to pick the threads back up for the most part. I wouldn't recommend this be read ...
Hunter is a wounded warrior. He's a pretty irritable one too. He has good reason as the "others" tortured him to death. Back on he mend, but not 100%, he's shipped off to Seattle to help my favourite group of Paladins. Bane and his crew found place where Kalithia could be sneaking in.In Justice ...
I have been really stingy with my 5-star ratings recently, but had no qualms about giving 5 to any of the books in this series so far. I couldn't put the books down. The characters are likable and different enough that you don't oforget who is who like in some series. The plot lines are interesti...
The book has a good start, then slows some but pick‘s up again. You get humor, action, mystery and, adventure, just not as much as the other books in this series. You do have more emotions in this one because of the relationship between Tate and Hunter. This book also misses the hot sex as the other...