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His Darkest Salvation (Jaguar Warrior Series #3)

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  • Posted July 22, 2011

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    A winner

    Three years ago adversarial jaguar shifters Jaden DaCosta and Julian Castille met and shared an incredible tryst. She recognized him as her mating bond, but he failed to do likewise. He just vanished into thin air like Copperfield performing a stunt.

    Jaden is unaware that in combat in Belize sorcerer Cormac O'Hara dispatched her mate into hell where he was tortured for three years. A third party frees Julian and sorcerer Declan O'Hara but also warns the pair that they must shut a portal or lose their souls for eternity. She barely recognizes him while he has no idea who she is except he thinks she may have betrayed him in Belize.

    This gritty romantic urban fantasy is an intriguing tale for those who read the previous "Darkest" novels (see His Darkest Embrace and His Darkest Hunger) because of the realistic metamorphoses of the hero after three years in hell and his soul on the line. Although loaded with action and unexpected but welcome twists, the super story line is character driven as the pair team up with plenty of distrust and fears of betrayal to take down an evil sorcerer and his malevolent allies including apparently her family in able to close the portal.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2013

    If you like Paranormal romance you will love His Darkest Salvati

    If you like Paranormal romance you will love His Darkest Salvation! 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2011

    highly recommended.

    I had waited with great inticipation for the release of this book. It was everything I expected.

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  • Posted July 25, 2011

    Great Read

    Julian Castillo had been missing for three years. He's back and he doesn't even care about Jaden. Nor does he seem to know that they have mated.

    This is fast paced story about shapeshifters and forces beyond our world. Julian has been in hell, literally, and he has very little time to accomplish his mission here on earth if he wishes to earn redemption. The premise of the story is pure fantasy, but the plot stands up well. There's lots of action, and you get caught up in the fight between the jaguar clans. Julian is Castillo; Jaden is DeCosta. They're sworn enemies. But in this fight, they need each other's skills to find the portal.

    The author creates hard-hitting characters with a touch of evil in them. She adds sorcerers and gods themselves to the story. You'll keep turning pages to see just what is going to happen next. There are constant surprises in the story.

    I enjoy reading about animal shape shifters, and jaguars fascinate me. But the real reason this story appealed to me was the romance between these two opposing clan members. They can't trust each other, but they do love each other even if they are fighting it. They argue a lot and I enjoyed watching them turn from enemies into embracing the love between them.

    Ms. Stone has created a complicated plot with lots of little subplots. There will be more in this series, I'm sure. She's going to pick up one of the strings she left hanging out and work another story from there.

    Why not get a copy of this book and maybe the first two in the Jaguar Warrior series? You won't be bored!

    Originally posted at the Long and Short of It Romance Reviews

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