Finding the Lost
Sentinel warrior Paul has been searching for centuries for a woman like Andra. To find her, he strikes a bargain with a bloodhunter that could cost him his life. Now, his desire for Andra threatens to destroy his much-needed control. Against her wishes, Andra agrees to join Paul on a journey... show more
Sentinel warrior Paul has been searching for centuries for a woman like Andra. To find her, he strikes a bargain with a bloodhunter that could cost him his life. Now, his desire for Andra threatens to destroy his much-needed control. Against her wishes, Andra agrees to join Paul on a journey fraught with danger- and leading directly to the Synestryn who victimized her family eight years ago.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 3rd 2009
Pages no: 355
Edition language: English
Series: Sentinel Wars (#2)
This is book two inn The Sentinel Wars series. It is paranormal romance. This one is slightly better than the first book and has opened the world in which this is set up so much. There are many ways for this to grow. There are to more Theronian females found in this, actually three in a way. One i...
I admit that my interest in Shannon K Butcher's books was initially sparked from my huge fanship of her husband's writing. But I have stuck around and continue to read this series because I like Ms. Butcher's style. The mythology behind the Sentinel Wars is interesting and from my experience in th...
Finished today & I liked the 1st book better.I really didn't connect completely with Andra/Paul. I felt more/was intrigued by Nika/Madoc.IMO, book 2 should have been Zach/Lexi's book. There wasn't enough info give in book #1 regarding Paul. Didn't endear him as a character vs. Zach/Lexi. I do unders...
I liked this one better than the first one. I think it gets more interesting once you get the world figured out.
I liked Finding the Lost much more than I liked Burning Alive. I obtained a much better sense of the world and the storyline, which is expected. More importantly, I felt a much greater connection to Andra and Paul. I admit a big part of my problem with the first book was the way a death of a chara...