Taking Karre

The fourth Divinity Warriors book, set in the Divinity Universe.

Karre has gone by countless names in countless dimensions spying and stealing to gather the information she needs to take down Divinity Corp. One mistake leads to her capture and imprisonment...kind of...on Starla. Starla has a deal with Divinity to trade their special waters for brides, but they didn't know that not all of the brides are willing participants in the bargain. Starla is a hard world, constantly at war, but the warriors cherish women, treating them with respect and care. Karre is not a typical woman though, she is used to fighting for what she loves.

Sir Vidar is so busy trying to win the war and protect his land that the King has to order him to take a bride. Vidar isn't really interested, but he'll do what he's ordered...after all one woman can't be too much trouble can she? Meeting Karre blows all of his previous ideas away. She is like a diamond with different facets any way you look at her. Time binds them closer, even as the other forces rally to seperate them.

This is the fourth installment of the Divinty Warrior series by Michelle M. Pillow. The books are all written to stand alone, but reading all four gives you the whole picture instead of just a section of it. I liked this series, it is well written and entertaining. My favorite was Lilith, but Karre was fun to read with her dry sense of humor and witty turn of phrase. Definitely worth the read, but read them all.

Book Blurb for Taking Karre

Line: Xanadu
Series: Divinity Warriors
Sir Vidar of Spearhead is too busy guarding the borderlands to bother with the headache of selecting a bride. Ordered to marry by the king, he plans to grab a woman and get back to the warfront as soon as possible. That is, until he meets the alluring Lady Karre with her teasing eyes, lush lips and irresistible ways.
Known by many names, inter-dimensional thief Karre has only one purpose—take down the company that ruined her life. When her luck runs out and she’s caught, Divinity Corporation condemns her to matrimony on a primitive, warrior-filled plane where Karre soon discovers there are worse fates than being the sexual prisoner to a man with insatiable carnal appetites.
Before long, days and nights filled with a surfeit of sexual bliss become something neither expected, and when Karre is taken, Vidar is forced to confront emotions a battle-hardened warrior never expected to feel.

Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2009 3.75