Lord of Rage
Osborn: The Dark Warrior Princess Breena is plagued by strange powerful dreams – visions of a warrior lover. She’s never believed them true until she is taken from her home and cast into a dark, dangerous realm. Wandering this terrifying new world she encounters a mysterious woodland cottage –... show more
Osborn: The Dark Warrior Princess Breena is plagued by strange powerful dreams – visions of a warrior lover. She’s never believed them true until she is taken from her home and cast into a dark, dangerous realm. Wandering this terrifying new world she encounters a mysterious woodland cottage – and the enigmatic stranger who haunts her dreams. Osborn, a dark warrior who has lived in hiding since his family suffered a vampire attack, is instantly captivated by Breena – and intent on seducing her. Yet Breena needs his protection more – and the supernatural skills he has long buried – to bring vengeance upon those who took her kingdom.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 20th 2011
Pages no: 282
Edition language: English
Series: Royal House of Shadows (#2)
Oh yes, this one sooo lived up to the first book.Osborn is the epitome of an alpha male (Bear) lmao...soooo hot and sexy, so dark n broodyand Breena is the epitome of a heroine to me, patient, strong, courageous, I loved their tales, and how they slowly formed a unit to take on the sorceror
I enjoyed reading this retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Osborn is a beserker that lost all of his people except his two brothers. His losses have caused him to hide from the world and protect his brothers too much. Breena woke up in Osborn's forest after surviving an attack in her kingdo...
I was really curious about the Royal House of Shadows series, 4 books written by 4 different authors and all based on a different fairytale - whats not to like about that? Especially when one of the authors is Nalini Singh and another is Gena Showalter - both authors who have written books I have en...
Osborn was too angry for my tastes.
This was my first book by Jill Monroe. The story started off a bit slow and a little confusing but ended rather well. At times it was very sweet to read. I thought it was cute how Osborn was nervous about showing her the room. The armband, cloak and dress were sweet.I'm anxious to read the rest of t...