Award-winning author Debra Mullins introduced readers to the world of the Truthseers in Prodigal Son and Heart of Stone . Now the story of the lost Atlanteans continues in Warrior of Fate .
Warrior Adrian Gray has dedicated his life in service to his people, and has never doubted his calling...until now.Read more...
Award-winning author Debra Mullins introduced readers to the world of the Truthseers in Prodigal Son and Heart of Stone. Now the story of the lost Atlanteans continues in Warrior of Fate.
Warrior Adrian Gray has dedicated his life in service to his people, and has never doubted his calling...until now. Three mystical Atlantean power stones were assumed lost for centuries, but one by one the Seers of Atlantis have tracked them down in a tireless race against the extremist Mendukati. Adrian's mission? To ensure that the stones are acquired and protected by the right people his people.
Adrian has always been uncompromising in his dedication to the cause. But the True Seer Tessa Montana proves a sensual distraction in his quest, and he soon finds his discipline wavering. Torn between his sacred duty to the Warriors and his desire for Tessa, will Adrian and his secrets cost them the war?"
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-10-12
- Reviewer: Staff
Mullins continues her tradition of solid storytelling about the world of Atlantean descendants in the third Truthseers paranormal romance (after Heart of Stone). Tessa Montana is the protected, spoiled daughter of the Montana clan: the baby sister, the only girl, and a True Seer. Her talents, like her temper, are unpredictable. Adrian Gray, a warrior, has been sent to guard the Montana familyand more importantly, keep the third of the mystical Stones of Ekhia out of the hands of an Atlantean madman. This is his only chance for redemption after he inadvertently allowed the loss of the second stone. Both he and Tessa have heard the myths of destined mates, but they can only experience that delight for themselves if they survive. A fairly slow start, and a somewhat unlikable heroine, quickly give way to Mullins's trademark action and superb world-building. Familiar faces and passionate embraces ease readers back into the magical world, making up for a slightly shallower-than-normal characterization. Agent: Lucienne Diver, Knight Agency (Oct.)