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  • Posted June 22, 2009

    RED KISS ROCKS!!!

    After reading RED FIRE, I was wishing the months away so I could snuggle up with RED KISS and connect with River and Emma's story, and I am thrilled to say this book engaged me page after page until the end!!!

    I have been thinking what I love best about Deidre Knight's writing and it is the fact that she values relationships and the sanctity of two becoming as one - no matter what difficulties they face along the way. Her compassionate understanding of a hero and heroine and their challenges shows me the caring person she is. Deidre can delve into the human psyche and heal along the way. Her words are like music to my soul.

    Bravo for RED KISS, well done, Deidre!!! River was such a tortured soul right from the beginning and Emma embraced him with a beautiful heart. Tortured heroes are my favorite because I want them to find their way in love. It makes for great story tension.

    I am looking forward to the next Spartan Warrior's story and have enjoyed the world you have created for them in this day and age. Am thrilled I don't have to mourn the end of the story because the GODS OF MIDNIGHT series continues. All of your heroes and heroines, past, present and future, have a place in my heart.

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  • Posted June 11, 2009

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    I really enjoyed this book over the first one! I'm so glad I picked it up, I wasn't so sure since the first one sorta weirded me out with the guy turning into a bird/hawk thing while they um...where..cough.. "getting busy" Made me uncomfortable to say the least. But this one was so good. I can't wait for the next one!

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  • Posted May 18, 2009

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    The second Gods of Midnight romantic fantasy is a terrific tale

    The Spartan warrior slave, River Kassandros, is the ultimate weapon as he can turn into any shape and is endowed with Ares' berserker gift that is extremely useful in battle, which is his life. However during the revolt against their god Ares, River fought as a dagger only to be caught and thrown into the sea trapped in that shape forever (see the RED FIRE). His Spartan mates desperately search for him as they understand the curse he now will suffer eternally with his soul gone forever unless the right mortal frees him, but they fail to find him.--------------

    Several months later, River makes telepathic contact with psychically gifted mortal Emma Lowery. Attracted to his savior, River fears his emotions as he is unsure he can contain his berserker curse. Ares continues his assault on the Spartans and his efforts to regain control over River. Emma wants River, but knows to chase him could mean her death as he seems to be the focus of some powerful forces beyond her ken.------------

    The second Gods of Midnight romantic fantasy is a terrific tale that once again will have readers believing in the Knight world where Gods and immortals intervene in the lives of expendable humans. The fast-paced story line is filled with plenty of action and passion. The overarching plot of the saga moves forward somewhat as Deirdre Knight provides an intriguing tale as his reason for being was protecting humanity, but now wants to focus his protection on one particular human.----------

    Harriet Klausner

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