Night Warriors Series: Warriors Book One
There are 2 parts to the story in this book “Swordbearer Reborn” and “Hunter Born”. In the first part of the story, “Swordbearer Reborn”, Corwyn is a warrior that hunts and kills beasts, vampires. He is trying to save a woman named Anna from an elder beast named Veriel, a.k.a. Jorg. Corwyn imprints on Anna because he know that she is his mate. They have a child together.
The second part of the story, “Hunter Born”, starts with Jayde was walking to class and sensing that something bad is going to happen if she went down a particular street. However thinking it is only her nerves; she continues down the path and runs into a beast. Lucky for her a man named Talon is there to kill the beast. Jayde get knocked out by the beast and Talon goes to check on her and feels the medallion on her and he takes her to a safe place. Talon calls his grandfather to ask about her and learns that Jayde is special and needs to be trained in the warrior ways. He does train her and while that going on they both imprint on each other. Will they get to stay together or will they have to part because of tradition?
This story has a glossary of terms and many excerpts that the author has created to go with the story. They are very thought out so the story is told intelligently and it’s very interesting to read. The author has woven a story that flows from despair to hope. If you get involve in the story like I did, you might need a hanky in the middle. The characters are also full body and they have intelligence to what they say and do in the story.
Book Blurb for Night Warriors
“For the extinction of the beasts that walk the night, we will give our life’s blood and our lives. Such is the curse that we were born to. Such is the duty we swear to. Such are the lives we lead.”
Unknown to humans, Night Warriors hunt the night, saving them from vampire-like creatures called beasts. When Corwyn Hunter saves Anna from the mad elder Veriel, he is irresistibly drawn to her as mate, but there is more to Anna than there seems. Veriel has fixated on her, claiming Anna is his wife, a situation she is at a loss to explain. Is Veriel truly mad or does he have a claim on Anna and her unborn child?
Whichever side ultimately claims Anna’s child will rise the victor. It is a battle neither side intends to lose, no matter the cost.
The warriors have avoided training a female for 1500 years, but the stone will not be denied. It is time for a change in the Warrior ranks.
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