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review 2015-06-28 06:14
Love is a battlefield
Warrior's Cross - 'Madeleine Urban', 'Abigail Roux'

Cameron Jacobs sees Julian Cross every Tuesday night.  He comes into the restaurant where he works and orders the same thing.  Every sing week, the same thing.  His co-workers think he has a thing for Cameron.  Cam just thinks he is the sexiest man he has ever seen.  He wishes someone like him would ever look at someone like himself.


Julian is a friend of the restaurant owner and is happy to come to a 4 star place to eat.  He occasionally has guests.  His behavior is typically odd.  He is soft spoken.  There are many things Cam knows about Julian.  He just does not know the intimate ones he wishes secretly to know.


Julian ends up in a battle for the warrior title, when his protege tries to kill him and Cameron.  He has to keep those he cares for safe.  So it is an all out war that it comes down to.


Cameron cannot believe he finally has the love of his life.  He has never been so loved.  He has never felt so good about anything or anyone.  What he has with Julian is a miracle in itself.  Can they survive this attack that is headed their way from Julian's past?


Such an amazing story of love and loss.  Tugs at the heart and gives amazing banter too!  This is the background for characters who continue into the Cut & Run series later.  I give this great book a 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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review 2012-08-02 00:00
Warriors of the Cross - T.R. Graves Review from busymomsbookreviews.comAllison is leaves home to start her residency, while there she becomes friends with her roommate. She also starts to have feelings for her Brody, her mentor. Allison has the ability to help save people who are dying, later she find out that Brody does as well. Together they try to find out how to stay safe from people who want them dead. I thought the beginning of the book was really interesting, but the book was really slow. Most of the book seemed to lag and it was only at the end that we got some answers but not enough. I didn't know that this was supposed to be a Christian romance; I felt like the author was trying to push her beliefs on me and that pretty much ruined it for me.
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review 2012-05-31 00:00
Warriors of the Cross
Warriors of the Cross - T.R. Graves I got this book for free, in exchange of an honest review.

What I liked about this book:

I liked Allison’s nature-the reason she saw beauty in everyone around her was because she was a good person.

The book managed to be Christian fiction without being preachy.

All of the medical procedures/actions were described well- not too much to weigh a layman down but enough to make it sound authentic.

What I did not like:

the name of the sect of the bad guys

how Allison seemed to stay in denial about her powers

how she was fine with both Chase and Brody when she knew they were covering up something-not natural for a teenager.

how she never believed the dreams were premonitions or whatever.

I would have liked a little bit more detail about the whole Daryn thing- who possessed him, what did they want etc.
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review 2011-08-03 00:00
Warriors of the Cross - T.R. Graves I received this book as a Kindle freebie and was pleasantly surprised. I am definitely looking forward the reading the next one!
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review 2011-07-17 00:00
Warriors of the Cross: The Warrior Series - Book One
Warriors of the Cross - T.R. Graves I have about 60 pages left of this book, but I just wanted to say how amazing it was. I absolutely love it. I started it this morning and I haven't been able to put it down. Such a good book. I'll have to go over this a little more after I finish, but if you're contemplating reading it, DO IT!! You won't be disappointed in the least.

Okay, I finished the book last night. I can't believe I'm done. I want to chastise myself for reading it so fast because it's over now and I wish that there were more.

First off, I loved the setting. I live in Houston and Galveston is one of our favorite places. And believe it or not, The Face Wall ... is real. Anyway, Graves did a great job portraying what Galveston and it's residents are like.

All of the characters were very well written and completely explored, the story itself was an amazing beginning to a series. As much as I was frustrated with the ending of Warriors of the Cross because it was over with, it was great in the fact that it left so many doors open to be explained in the next installment.

I absolutely LOVED Warriors of the Cross and I can't wait to read it again!
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