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Midnight's Captive

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  • Posted September 22, 2013

    Midnight's Captive (Dark Warriors Book 6) by Donna Grant Charon

    Midnight's Captive (Dark Warriors Book 6) by Donna Grant

    Charon Bruce was different from the other warriors. Most of the Warriors lived together with their mates in McLeod Castle hidden behind the magic shield that protected them. For Charon though, Furness was home and that was where he belonged. Never doubting that should any of the warrior be in trouble they would all be there, Charon was about to discover that duties would be called upon before long and this time it would take help from an unexpected source if they were to survive for this time the enemy knew them as well as they knew themselves.

    I enjoyed reading Midnight's Captive. The story was well written and I love the dynamics and the strength of the characters, I would definitely recommend this book and series!

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  • Posted July 9, 2013

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    ~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog MID

    ~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

    MIDNIGHT’S CAPTIVE is book six in the Dark Warriors series. Wow, how did we get to book six already? There are several things I like about this series:
    1.The writing: I enjoy Grant’s writing style. It’s simple, not frivolous with unnecessary dramatics and it is also very detailed. It moves at a great pace and she knows just when to put things into motion.
    2.The Warriors: If you’ve read a Grant book before, then you know that she loves to bring past characters into the storyline. As a result, she has created a family amongst her Warriors and their women. Each person has their own purpose and duty and I feel that without one, you are missing something.
    3.The sprinkles of old and new: Though now set in modern times, there is a great balance of the old and new in this series. Within the Warriors, there is a sense of ancient power that emanates from them. They speak with an accent that can lapse into older speech patterns, but they also integrate themselves into the modern world well. This is most especially true for Charon who works with his assistant, Laura.
    4.The Women: Speaking of Laura…At first, I wasn’t struck by her presence. She was just an assistant who lusted after him. However, I really began to like her character when the world of the Warriors is revealed to her and she stands up to it instead of cowering away. All of the women in this series are strong and I think that’s what makes them so admirable and endearing. They display a quiet strength about themselves that line the pages of this book and make it easy to read.
    5.The villain: Jason Wallace is by far my favorite of the villains so far. He is manipulative, ruthless and cunning. I don’t always know what he has planned and that’s part of the fun and the mystery. He seems like he is always one step ahead of the past villains, so the warriors will have a challenge on their hands as they face Jason.

    Overall, MIDNIGHT’S CAPTIVE is a fun, passionate book that I would recommend to readers of Lara Adrian and Karen Marie Moning. Grant has that touch of the mystical that both authors do so well, but also has the camaraderie that Adrian has in her Midnight Breed series. Yet at the same time, I don’t think there is another author who can compare in the extensive worldbuilding that Grant has been able to do in across all her series. That being said, if you’re a fan of the Dark Kings series, you’ll be seeing some familiar names.

    *ARC provided by publisher

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  • Posted February 12, 2014

    It just keeps getting better. This series is one of the best.

    It just keeps getting better. This series is one of the best.

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  • Posted December 10, 2013

    I love everything about this story EXCEPT it is only an introduc

    I love everything about this story EXCEPT it is only an introduction to the story.  Why not just wait until the whole book is complete?  I love Donna Grant, but I won't be buying any more "sections" of a book.  Well, written and enjoyed the story, but I like to curl up with a book, not a couple of chapters......

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  • Posted September 20, 2013

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    Oh my I loved, Loved ,LOVED this book! Charon oh my Charon *sigh

    Oh my I loved, Loved ,LOVED this book! Charon oh my Charon *sigh* I have to say before this book I really didn't care for him. I thought he was standoffish and a bit of a jerk. But know I just might be in love. Charon and Laura are such great characters and there is some series hotness in this book. I really enjoyed the secondary romance and the introduction to the Dreagon's in the book. I can not wait for Phelan and Ainsley's book.

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  • Posted July 30, 2013

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    Donna Grant does it again! Another great read

    Donna Grant knows how to weave a wonderful story with characters that come off the page and a plot that pulls readers into her world. Wonderful read.

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  • Posted July 30, 2013

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    Yummy !

    Has with everything Donna writes it is hot,hot,and oh yea hot. If dreams did come true there would be real men like these walking around looking for women like us.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2013

    Love the cross over from the Midnight Kings series. I haven't r

    Love the cross over from the Midnight Kings series. I haven't read those books YET! however I hate how the writter or bublisher is breaking the books down into less than 100 pgs in those series.
    I jumped into this series in the middle (I didn't realize it was) I haven't decided to read the prior one's since I already know the outcome. I am really ready to read the next one in the series. But dislike how they split the book up to get more money so I will wait until the entire book is released. This book didn't drag on like some can. All in all I enjoyed it and will continue to read them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2013

    Sizzling

    As the Warriors face another evil we are pulled even deeper into their world and learn of new desires. What amy women wouldn't give up to have a Warrior by there side.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2013

    wonderful as always

    wonderful as always

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2013

    Keeps gettin better an better

    Omg not only did we meet new couples but new warriors! New allies too cant wait for next book!!! Love series a got to readfor sure

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