Title: Midnight's Temptation
Aisley is afraid to let Phelan get too close. He has the power to make her forget about the evil that is hunting her, putting both herself and him in danger. Yet she can’t resist him, even when she knows that she will eventually need to let him go. The passion between them flares higher and hotter than ever…even as dangers closes in, threatening everything they have found in each other’s arms.
Author: Donna Grant
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Midnight's Lover, Midnight's Seduction, Midnight's Warrior, Midnight's Kiss Part I
Series: Dark Warriors
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Midnight's Lover, Midnight's Seduction, Midnight's Warrior, Midnight's Kiss Part I
Published by St Martin's Source: Author
Published: September 17, 2013
Genres: Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance
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Aisley and Phelan are keeping the pages hot. I have to admit I really like the pairing of these two. They are trying to find a common ground between each other. Phelan wants her to trust him with the secrets she is keeping. She wants to trust him. He makes it so easy for her to do just that too. Her past, her mistakes, and her current situation makes this difficult for her to do though. It also comes out that Phelan has some secrets of his own that he has NEVER shared to anyone. I’m totally loving reading this couple on their road to a happily ever after.
There are complications arising at the MacLeod castle due to battle wounds from the last book. Jason is managing to cause much havoc from beyond the grave. His tampering with magic in the way that he did seems to be having some long term side effects that no one expected. I’m looking forward to reading more to see where that whole mess is going to lead.
Towards the end of this part Phelan and Aisley took a trip. This is another aspect of where this book is going that I want to know more about. Aisley reveals something about her druid history that can potentially be extremely beneficial to everyone. They are going to meet some resistance there in the form of possible allies or a new enemy. Which it is though is a big question. Enough review. I must find out what Donna has in store for her warriors and their women with the next part of this exciting book.