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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

* * * In the fourth book of the Dark Warrior series, we return t

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In the fourth book of the Dark Warrior series, we return to the war between Warriors and droughs in modern time Scotland. Evil has once again sought to destroy the warriors and their Druids.

Tara is a Druid who comes from a family full of droughs, a Druid who con...
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In the fourth book of the Dark Warrior series, we return to the war between Warriors and droughs in modern time Scotland. Evil has once again sought to destroy the warriors and their Druids.

Tara is a Druid who comes from a family full of droughs, a Druid who consents to serving the devil. After many attempts to turn her into a drough, Tara flees her family and into the clutches of the most dangerous drough of all. She escapes and has been running for ten years until she meets Ramsey. Now running isn’t so appealing to the most sought after Druid.

A prophesy sends Ramsey to Tara. To prevent her from disappearing, he must keep his identity a secret. But Ramsey was use to hiding his identity. Being part warrior and Druid, he was a rarity in his world and he fears the strength of his magic. But more than his magic, he fears not being able to save Tara, the one woman who affects his magic and his heart.

Donna Grant’s series is fantastic and Midnight’s Warrior does not disappoint! I am so hooked and I can’t wait to read future books. So sit back and get ready to read this incredibly well-written book in one sitting.

posted by BrandieN on November 28, 2012

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For the last ten years Tara has lived a life on the run. She once lived with Declan until she overheard him talking about how he was using her and planning to force her to become drough. She snuck out on...
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For the last ten years Tara has lived a life on the run. She once lived with Declan until she overheard him talking about how he was using her and planning to force her to become drough. She snuck out on him and hasn’t quit running since and Declan hasn’t stopped searching for her either as he’s determined that he will reclaim what is his.

Ramsey has a new assignment, to protect Tara from Declan. He has started working as a handy man at a Scottish castle where Tara works so he can keep an eye on her. Tara is unaware of Ramsey’s mission as he tries to get close to her so that she’ll trust him enough to go back to MacLeod castle with him.

But when Ramsey fails to kill Declan, Tara doesn’t hesitate to go home with an injured Ramsey. They quickly grow close to one another and give in to the attraction they share. But Declan has not given up on recovering Tara and will use any means necessary to retrieve her. It’s obvious to all the residents at MacLeod castle that the only way to stop Declan is to kill him.

I really wasn’t sure about a book about Ramsey as he was never a Warrior that held my interest. But I have to admit that I did really enjoy him in this installment. I loved seeing his protectiveness over Tara and the sacrifice that he’s willing to make for her.

Tara was a middle of the road character to me. She wasn’t an awesome kick-ass heroine, but she wasn’t a complete wimp either; just somewhere in the middle.

I thought this was a nice book even though I figured out the connection with Tara and Ramsey and the strange magical reaction they had to one another pretty early in the novel. Sometimes I do enjoy being proven right after all!

I was also surprised that there was no mention of Saffron’s pregnancy, especially during Tara and Ramsey’s ‘protection’ talk.

The big showdown at the end of the book contained a few tragic surprises that I wasn’t expecting, but that is sure to have an effect in the future books of the series. I’m just waiting to see how everything will play out.

I’m also anxious for a book on Malcolm. I know the next book isn’t about him, but I’m really hoping one of the other scheduled books will be!

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posted by Openbooksociety_dot_com on December 8, 2012

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  • Posted November 28, 2012

    * * * In the fourth book of the Dark Warrior series, we return t

    * * *
    In the fourth book of the Dark Warrior series, we return to the war between Warriors and droughs in modern time Scotland. Evil has once again sought to destroy the warriors and their Druids.

    Tara is a Druid who comes from a family full of droughs, a Druid who consents to serving the devil. After many attempts to turn her into a drough, Tara flees her family and into the clutches of the most dangerous drough of all. She escapes and has been running for ten years until she meets Ramsey. Now running isn’t so appealing to the most sought after Druid.

    A prophesy sends Ramsey to Tara. To prevent her from disappearing, he must keep his identity a secret. But Ramsey was use to hiding his identity. Being part warrior and Druid, he was a rarity in his world and he fears the strength of his magic. But more than his magic, he fears not being able to save Tara, the one woman who affects his magic and his heart.

    Donna Grant’s series is fantastic and Midnight’s Warrior does not disappoint! I am so hooked and I can’t wait to read future books. So sit back and get ready to read this incredibly well-written book in one sitting.

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    Posted August 22, 2014

    Awesome

    Awesome

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2013

    Love all dg books

    I happen to need a new author and seen the druid series for extremely cheap. Once i read thst series i continued to buy one book after another. I think i have all her books and have yet to be disappointed. I love the fact that most of her books are connected. The dark warrior novels are a must read.

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    Posted May 17, 2013

    Sasha to to blake

    U r blake and why r u like that?

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    Posted April 30, 2013

    TO BLAKE

    Why you with this chick if youre supposed to be marrying sarah!!!!!!!

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    Posted May 17, 2013

    Jenny

    Ok babe bye! I luv ya too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2013

    I Love This Book!

    This was another great installment in this series, I love the way this story has progressed and taken turns I never would have expected! I couldn't put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2013

    Loved it

    If you love IAD series, you will love this!

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