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Darkness Unknown

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  • Posted January 5, 2009

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    Exciting romantic fantasy

    In the woods next to her farm, Gwen Mosely saves Jarvis Donahue¿s life when she pulls his unconscious body from a stream, which keeps him from drowning. To her surprise, his wounds heal immediately although she has seen her teenage half-brother Chase pulls off the same effect. She hopes the stranger will be able to answer questions the siblings have about Chase¿s previously thought of unique skills.<BR/><BR/>Jarvis is shocked when he awakens to find his nurse easily accept his recovery ability. However, what truly stuns him is when he sees Chase; he could be the identical twin of a dead Palladin. As Jarvis and Gwen fall in love, he knows the teen also will soon become a Palladin, which means he must mentor the lad to fight against the Others for the rest of his life. <BR/><BR/>After starting another ¿dark¿ saga (see DARK WARRIOR UNLEASHED) Alexis Morgan returns to the Paladins of Darkness universe (see REDEEMED IN DARKNESS, DARK PROTECTOR, DARK DEFENDER and IN DARKNESS REBORN) with a strong entry. The romantic fantasy contains two intriguing lead characters and in many ways an even more fascinating support player whose healing skill comes between them. The story line includes the dark battles between the Palladins and Others, but it is the triangle relationship that makes this a superb thriller.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted February 11, 2009

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    Not up to par

    Wow, I can't say how disappointed I was with the last book. It was missing the excitement of the "Others" (pun intended). It was really<BR/>just the story of Gwen and Jarvis - no real meat to the story, no blue<BR/>gems - I really just ended up skipping through because there was really <BR/>no substance. Hoping the next will be better! I have really enjoyed <BR/>the Paladins in the other books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2013

    Story was great but the ending lacked a lot

    I really like Jarvis and Gwen but the ending was so disappointing. It ended abruptly, the brother came across as having an about face that was almost unbelievable, and there was big loose end with how the Others were escaping. I liked the story but needed a lot more from the ending.

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  • Posted July 5, 2012

    recommend

    ALL paladin warriors are hot and interesting to read about BUT Jarvis finds he is NOT immuned to a woman and Gwen gives him a run for his money, especially with her bro in tow

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  • Posted August 2, 2011

    Fabulous!!!

    Wow! Jarvis can count my freckles anytime! This was the best one of the series, so far! The books have all contained the right amount of humor, action and sex!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2009

    Great addition to the series

    I enjoyed this one

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  • Posted March 26, 2009

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    Another great book in the Paladin series

    If you've been keeping up with Alexis Morgan's Paladin series, this is yet another great story of one of the Paladin's and his discovery that love for a great woman can bring him happiness after all. The Paladins are great fighters for the human race against aliens from an ajoining world. They live, fight and die only to come back losing a bit of their humanity each time. Finding a woman who can love them for who and what they are is something most Paladins never think will happen to them. Jarvis Donahue is discovered by Gwen Mosely after a horrible fight with some of those aliens. She also has a brother who Jarvis recognizes is a Paladin. The story covers Jarvis and Gwen's growing love for each other and how Jarvis introduces Gwen's brother Chase, to his fellow Paladins and most importantly, a piece of Chase's history that has never been revealed to him. I would highly recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2009

    The title of this book certainly fits and it most definitely goes along with the other books in this romance series. The cover is one of the reasons I was drawn to read this book.

    Definitely an exciting and hot romance novel. Alexis Morgan does it again with another thrilling Paladin hero. I just could not put it down. I was so enthralled in the romance of Jarvis and Gwen and how the hero ends up showing his softer side that I can't wait for another one of these books to come out. If you haven't read the other books by Alexis Morgan on the Paladins you are definitely missing out on some good romance novels. She is one of my favorite authors for romance series.

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