Keeping Paige (Divinity Warriors 3) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Alternate Reality Romance
(parallel universe)

Divinity Warriors 3: Keeping Paige
Series One of the Divinity Universe

An outcast because of her psychic abilities, Paige doesn’t expect her people to rescue her when a zealous sect of Faerians sacrifices her to their gods. Thrown through a fairy ring to a new...
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Keeping Paige (Divinity Warriors 3)

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Overview

Alternate Reality Romance
(parallel universe)

Divinity Warriors 3: Keeping Paige
Series One of the Divinity Universe

An outcast because of her psychic abilities, Paige doesn’t expect her people to rescue her when a zealous sect of Faerians sacrifices her to their gods. Thrown through a fairy ring to a new dimensional plane, drugged on ambrosia, she is compelled to seduce the first man she meets. Only when the effects wear off and she’s left with an insatiable husband expecting more than she’s willing to give, does Paige discover the true extent of what the fairies have done.

Ordered by the king to marry, Sir Aidan of Fallenrock is dead set against taking a bartered bride. He believes his people should be patient and wait for the gods to bless them. When the beautiful Lady Paige comes through the sacred rings, kissing and touching him like she knows their joined fate, Aidan’s sure he’s being rewarded—until his new bride tries to back out of their marriage.

Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence.

If you like this book, check out:
Book One: Lilith Enraptured
Book Two: Fighting Lady Jayne
Book Three: Keeping Paige
Book Four: Taking Karre
For Info: www.MichellePillow.com
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Editorial Reviews

Bitten by Books - Bitten by Books Reviews
4 1/2 Stars! "emotional and sensual entertainment" Bitten by Books, December 2009
Fallen Angel Reviews - Fallen Angel
5 Angels! This is the third book in Michelle M. Pillow's Divinity Warriors series and it is by far one of her best fantasy romances. Keeping Paige is an explosive hot romance that I could not put down.... Ms. Pillow gives the readers what they are asking for in a fantasy romance and so much more. Keeping Paige is a story readers should not miss. I loved Keeping Paige and I cannot wait to see what will happen next in this fabulous series."
Literary Nymphs - Literary Nymphs Reviews
"Michelle M. Pillow delivers action, suspense, drama, romance, and spine tingling erotic encounters in Keeping Paige." - Literary Nymphs Reviews, Aug 2009
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016668239
  • Publisher: The Raven Books
  • Publication date: 2/27/2012
  • Series: Divinity Warriors , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 273,327
  • File size: 713 KB

Meet the Author

Michelle M. Pillow, Author of All Things Romance™, is a multi-published, award winning author writing in many romance fiction genres including futuristic, paranormal, historical, contemporary, fantasy and dark paranormal. Ever since she can remember, she has had a strange fascination with anything supernatural--ghosts, magical powers, and oh... vampires. What could be more alluring than being immortal, all-powerful, and eternally beautiful? After discovering historical romance novels, it was only natural that the supernatural and love/romance elements should someday meet in her wonderland of a brain. She's glad they did for their children have been pouring onto the computer screen ever since.

She has been nominated for the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award 2011, the winner of the 2006 RT Reviewers' Choice Award, nominated for the 2007 RT Award, a Brava Novella Contest Finalist and a PAN member of RWA.

She writes a monthly interview column and is a journalist for Paranormal Underground Magazine. She has a BGS in History/Business with an English Minor, and a Photography degree. In 2009 she and fellow author Mandy M. Roth started their own highly successful publishing endeavor named The Raven Books.

She loves to hear from readers. They can contact her through her website michellepillow.com.
Join her email newsletter at michellepillow.com/newsletter/?p=subscribe
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  • Posted January 19, 2014

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    AudioBook Review Stars:  Overall  5  Narration  5  Story  5 

    AudioBook Review
    Stars:  Overall  5  Narration  5  Story  5 




    Quickly becoming a favorite of mine, the Divinity Warriors series delivers another winning installment in book 3: Keeping Paige.  While we have previously met Paige and Aidan in the earlier books, this also works as a standalone story: what is important is that Paige’s story starts before the women are in the cell awaiting the breeding ceremony at Battlewar Castle. 




    Aidan is a highlight in this story: he has a wonderfully soft and gooey center as evidenced by allowing his best friend’s daughter to braid, knot and otherwise ‘pretty up’ his hair, finding true joy and comfort in the little girl’s adoration.  He is wishing to follow in his friend’s path: married to a woman who came through the faerie ring and now with one child and another on the way.  Not at all interested in the summons and King’s demand that he attend the breeding ceremony at Battlewar, he expects it to again leave him mateless. 




    Paige is a Forrester, a dimension that brings thoughts of Snow White’s cottage in the woods with the seven dwarves.  Paige is blessed, or cursed, with foresight: making her an outcast in her own land.  When she is captured by the Faerians to be sacrificed for their beliefs, and left, drugged in the faerie ring.  Here she believes that Aidan is a Fairy come to rescue her: the drugs make her insatiable and her first experience is one that she can’t wholly remember. 




    Together there is an interesting push and pull between them.  Although Paige is uncomfortable with all of the changes and doesn’t always understand them, she sees him as her only salvation.  Aidan is afraid that his claiming of Paige in the way he did angered his gods and has set him back on the path to being alone forever.   While it is apparent to everyone that the two are meant for one another, the path to true love is never without pitfalls.  




    Rebecca Cook manages again to imbue each character with their own particular flavor and patois as their words are delivered.  This adds a depth and impact to the emotional components, and her pacing variations manage to move the story forward smoothly and without distractions.  While there are dimensional jumps, the lands that are explored here are more medieval in feel, lacking in the technology more apparent in the first two books.   I really am enjoying this series of stories, if you want some fantasy with true alpha males, clever females and plenty of steamy moments to make you squirm: this is the series!




    I received an AudioBook copy from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 

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    Posted March 25, 2012

    Ok

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