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In Darkness Reborn (Paladin Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2013

    Barak and Lacey show that even enemies can find love together

    The third book in the Paladin series was entertaining and finally gave the reader a true understanding of the alien race thatnthe Paladins have fought for centuries. Barak was a great character that struggled with living surrounded by his enemies and the internal struggle with how he had slowly become friends with a few of the Paladins that continued to kill his people. His struggle with whether to trust and share his secrets with Lacey allowed the reader to be in his shoes. If he shared, then his "enemies" would know more about his people, giving them a new weapon. But by not sharing he almost loses the woman he loves. Happy ending of course and the series is getting better and better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2013

    Good Read

    I couldn't put the book down. If you do get this book youll want the next in the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2012

    Santor

    Perdictable. Was hard to finish, however first couple books enjoyable. Still plan to read authors other works.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2012

    1/26/12

    Another winner.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2012

    I HIHHIY YOU READ THIS BOOK YOU WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO PUT IT DOWN

    I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN FROM THE FRIST PAGE TO THE LAST.I READ IT SO FAST I HAD TO READ IT ANGIN.IF YOU LIKE PARANORMALSERIES THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2009

    My Favorite book of the series

    I really enjoy this series and this book was my favorite

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2008

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    My only complaint with this story is that I really wish Barak would have punched a few more guys in the mouth! Oh well, he still proved himself to be just as tough as they are, but in a more subtle way. And he is just as HOT as any paladin!! The story worked itself out perfectly though. With Lacey as well as the friendships with the other guys. Loved Barak as much as I love the paladins that we have gotten attached to.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2007

    They just get better and better!

    This is the third book in this series and features Lacey and Barak's story. Barak is an Other from the world the Paladins are constantly fighting. The Paladins protect the barrier between the two worlds. The Paladins are strapping men that fight the Others and can often die, but are brought back over and over by their Handlers. Barak was first introduced in Dark Protector. He helped save a handler, Dr. Laurel Young. Barak is now living in the world of the Paladins. Lacey is a geologist hoping to track activity of the earthquakes and volcanoes in the Seattle area. Barak's world is a dark world and the Others are leaving their homes to cross the barrier looking for a better life. The Other are using their sacred blue gemstones as payment to cross the barrier. The Paladins want to know who on their side of the barrier is taking the stones as payment to cross. Barak wants to help but not cause his people any more death. We get another look at the characters in the first two books along with Lacey and Barak. The love story was touching and moved beautifully throughout the book. I am looking forward to the next story that will feature Barak's sister and Cullen.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    The Others and the Paladins are at war with one another. Yet when the Others exile one of their own Barak q¿Young from their world, he finds refuge in Seattle due to physician and handler Dr. Laurel Young. Barak knows he lives because of her as the Paladins detest the Others as rabid beasts who always fall prey to the great madness if they don¿t kill one another first. Barak and Laurel¿s mate Paladin leader Devlin Bane have become somewhat friends Devlin tells Barak he must leave because people are talking about his relationship with Laurel that could cause some fanatic to harm her. --- They inform her that he is looking into the illegal sales of blue stones in which an unknown third party gains much from the constant fighting between Paladins and Others that harm both species. Devlin arranges for Barak to work with geologist Dr. Lacey Sebastian at the Geology Department to the outrage of her disabled brother a former Paladin. Although allies to a joint cause, neither quite trusts the other after years of assuming the worst about their foes. However, to both their chagrin, each is attracted to the other so when she is abducted he risks his life to save hers. --- Barak has been a fascinating secondary player (see DARK PROTECTOR for the story of Devlin and Laurel) who proves to fans and Paladins that he is much more than just Dr. Young¿s ¿Pet Other¿. The story line is fast-paced and filled with action yet the tale belongs to the changing relationship between Barak and Lacey. Readers will appreciate this strong entry as the saga continues triumphantly with an incredible epilogue setting up the next crossover. --- Harriet Klausner

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