Review: Midnight’s Warrior by Donna Grant

May 3, 2013 Review 0

Review: Midnight’s Warrior by Donna Grant

Defenders against evil. Bound by the gods. The Dark Warriors are taking their battle from ancient Scotland to the modern world—where a woman’s love can set them free…

For ten long years, Tara has been a woman on the run, hiding from the magic-wielding Warriors and Druids of modern-day Scotland. Now, as a tour guide at a remote Highland castle, she hopes to finally escape her past—until one impossibly gorgeous man enters her life…and exposes her wildest secrets.
For centuries, Ramsey MacDonald has concealed his strength and skill as part Warrior, part Druid, for fear of unleashing the full force of his power. But when he takes Tara into his arms—and seals their fate with a kiss—Ramsey will have to fight for her love…though it may mean losing control of the magic inside him.

Title: Midnight's Warrior
Author: Donna Grant
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Midnight's Lover, Midnight's Seduction, Midnight's Kiss Part I, Midnight's Kiss Part II
Series: Dark Warriors
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Midnight's Lover, Midnight's Seduction, Midnight's Kiss Part I, Midnight's Kiss Part II
Published by St Martin's
Source: Purchased for Self
Published: November 27, 2012
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 336
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

There is one hell of a climatic ending to be found in Midnight’s Warrior. With four more books left in the series I am dying to know where Donna plans to take her sexy Warriors and their clever Druid women. Once again I am thankful that I have the next book in the series waiting for me to grab. I have full intentions of immersing myself in it at the next available moment.

Readers learn in Midnight’s Seduction that Ramsey is a different type of warrior that his brethren. The thing that makes him different is exactly what the people who live at MacLeod Castle need. It is that difference that will give them the break they need from the life they have been barley living due to the constant battle with Deirdre and Declan. The quality that Ramsey possesses that is going to be an assent to his family is something to be feared. Ramsey has a fear of it. He also knows that a sacrifice is sometimes in order for the benefit of the greater good.

Tara has been a lone runner for so long that she is unsure of how to live in a caring environment where everyone has each other’s backs. That is exactly what she finds a MacLeod Castle. She also knows it is all just temporary. Tara knows that Declan will never relent in his desire to have her working by his side. Tired of running and wanting to explore the feeling she has towards Ramsey she decides to give life at the castle a try. Nothing is ever as easy as she would like and Tara soon discovers that she will never be out of Declan’s reach.

Midnight’s Warrior turned out to be a real page turner. Many unexpected things happened. I mentioned earlier that I was eager to get to the next book in the series. There are so many reasons for this. As soon as the Warriors and Druids find an answer or solution to one of their problems it seems that two new pop up. The people living at MacLeod Castle deserve to have one big happily ever after and I am totally enjoying reading their journey to it.

Donna Grant


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