Friday, July 27, 2007

Threat of Darkness by Lauren Dane

Threat of Darkness By Lauren Dane
This book is a spinoff of the Witches Knot series, but can be read alone.
Mei is a Warrior for the Balance. She stands between good and evil. So when her boss tells her she's got to head to Tir na nOg to help the Fae she is most displeased. Mei's mother Aine, the queen of the Fae, betrayed and exiled her millennia ago. Or so she's been led to believe.
But Aine was misled by her own sister, and suddenly everything Mei has thought was true for thousands of years falls down around her ears as she looks up to see the face of her husband. Her first husband, a man she'd thought was dead.
Jayce MacTavish is surprised to find that his wife, thought millennia dead, is alive, but his joy is tempered by the realization that she's got another mate.
Mei, Card and Jayce must find a way to be together as three while a threat from the Dark Fae and a new enemy darkens the horizon.Publisher Note: This book contains brief scenes of male/male sexual enjoyment.

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This is Lauren Dane at her best—fantasy/adventure. Mei is a woman who has survived horrors most people can’t even begin to imagine and now her life is taking another unexpected twist. Revenge, love and war set the stage for this action-packed, erotic read.

Jayce MacTavish is one sexy warrior, but Card Leviathan is one in a million. Card is the kind of hero who doesn’t come along very often, but is so very memorable. There is nothing sexier than a fierce warrior who is in love and isn’t afraid to show the world that his mate comes first, foremost and always. Emotional and riveting.

You don’t have to have read any of the books in her Witches Knot series to enjoy this one, but check them out anyway. You won’t be disappointed.


Tempest Knight said...

I have to check this one out! Thanks for the heads up! :)

Lauren Dane said...

Aww, thank you for the love, NJ!

N.J.Walters said...

You're welcome, Tempest. You won't be disappointed.

N.J.Walters said...

You're welcome, Lauren. I really fell for Card. What a man!