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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

The latest Midnight Bay Warrior romantic urban fantasy showcases Janet Chapman incredible talent

In eleventh century Scotland, Fiona Gregor was raped and died. For the next millennia she was a hawk helping her siblings heal fractured souls.

In the twenty-first century Maximilian "Mac" Oceanus the wizard returns Fiona to her former female human form. However, a...
In eleventh century Scotland, Fiona Gregor was raped and died. For the next millennia she was a hawk helping her siblings heal fractured souls.

In the twenty-first century Maximilian "Mac" Oceanus the wizard returns Fiona to her former female human form. However, all those centuries she never lost the horrific memory of the brutal assault. Her brothers fear that Fiona not only has never moved on passed the attack but will be unable to cope with twenty-first century life. Still they feel they need to leave her alone to do so; like tossing a child into a pool to learn to swim. They arrange for her to stay in am apartment owned by a friend, former Afghan veteran now a New England lobsterman Trace Huntsman. When demons attack Mac, Fiona and Trace are caught in the crossfire.

The latest Midnight Bay Warrior romantic urban fantasy (see Moonlight Warrior and Dragon Warrior) showcases Janet Chapman incredible talent as she combines humor with suspense and romance starring two wounded warriors. The story line is character driven as Trace and Fiona find love but both understands she needs to find her land and sea legs after soaring for centuries. Their leisurely relationship pace is abruptly ended with the Big Mac attack. Mystical Warrior is a superb entry in one of the best urban fantasy series on today's market.

posted by harstan on June 20, 2011

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Have loved Janet Chapman in the past

I'm not sure what happened to Janet Chapman's writing in this book, but it was a struggle to even like or care about the characters. The author uses the Lord's name in vain at least every few pages. The hero of the book was constantly being told he smelled like dead f...
I'm not sure what happened to Janet Chapman's writing in this book, but it was a struggle to even like or care about the characters. The author uses the Lord's name in vain at least every few pages. The hero of the book was constantly being told he smelled like dead fish and that he and his home were filthy. The heroine was a dimwit and had been a camp whore after witnessing her father being slaughtered in front of her and then brought to the future and thinking she needs to just allow men to please themselves with her body. The whole story was just off. I wish Janet Chapman would go back to writing strong characters as in her Highlander series. This book was not worth reading.

posted by LoveToRead04 on April 4, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2012

    Have loved Janet Chapman in the past

    I'm not sure what happened to Janet Chapman's writing in this book, but it was a struggle to even like or care about the characters. The author uses the Lord's name in vain at least every few pages. The hero of the book was constantly being told he smelled like dead fish and that he and his home were filthy. The heroine was a dimwit and had been a camp whore after witnessing her father being slaughtered in front of her and then brought to the future and thinking she needs to just allow men to please themselves with her body. The whole story was just off. I wish Janet Chapman would go back to writing strong characters as in her Highlander series. This book was not worth reading.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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