Dark Warrior

Dark Warrior

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by Rebecca York
     
 

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In the first century BC, Ionian Priestesses made a bargain with cursed warriors called the Minot. When the truce fell apart, the Minot remained cursed, and the Ionians remained mistrustful of men. In modern-day Arizona, Jason Tyrone, son of a Minot and an outcast Ionian, has come to reclaim his heritage.

At the Seven Sisters Spa, where the Ionian women live and

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Overview

In the first century BC, Ionian Priestesses made a bargain with cursed warriors called the Minot. When the truce fell apart, the Minot remained cursed, and the Ionians remained mistrustful of men. In modern-day Arizona, Jason Tyrone, son of a Minot and an outcast Ionian, has come to reclaim his heritage.

At the Seven Sisters Spa, where the Ionian women live and hide their true identity, Jason falls in love with the beautiful Sophia Thalia-and their passion will re-ignite a conflict that could destroy the Ionians.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425243701
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
09/06/2011
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Ruth Glick has written more than seventy novels, most of them under the pseudonym Rebecca York. She and her husband live in Columbia, Maryland.

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Dark Warrior 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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After attending a late meeting of the Sedona Business Association, Sophia drives home to the Seven Sisters Spa where she and her Ionian sisters live. Something comes out of the dark at an incredible speed causing Sophia's car to land in a ditch. Her cell phone fails to work. Her clan's enemy, a Minot shoots a vapor into her face, which freezes her and begins to assault her when another male intercedes. The first flees while the second mentally tells Sophia he is a friend. Jason wants Sophie the way his late Ionian mother and deceased Minot father wanted each other. Sophia explains to the leader Cynthia and the others what happened. She shows mental pictures of her attacker and rescuer. Cynthia insists both males are enemies and that the rescuer could not have shared a mental thought with Sophia. Wealthy Minot, Rafe wants a child with Sophia's biological sister Tessa. Sophia interviews Jason for a veterinary position at the spa. She is shocked as he is her rescuer, a Minot who got passed their wards. They have sex in which he names her mentally. At the same Rafe knows only one other Minot to ally with him in his quest as that man loathes the Ionians. Cynthia is right as trouble has arrived at Seven Sisters Spa. The key to this fast-paced enchanting New Mexico fantasy is that the Ionian and Minot races seem genuine. Although the Minot seems to have easy access to the impregnable compound and no thinning of the Ionian or Minot blood after two millennia with human sex partners, fans will enjoy this star-crossed romance as her Sisters object to their match even if he has proven a hero. Harriet Klausner
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