Warlord [NOOK Book]

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Together for the first time-the novel and novella that turned Knight into "a rising star in the paranormal pantheon." (In the Library Reviews)

Here in one volume are the complete novel Jane's Warlord and the novella "Warfem," which transport readers into an erotically charged time-warped world that will set their "blood on fire and have them begging for more." (In the ...
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Overview

Together for the first time-the novel and novella that turned Knight into "a rising star in the paranormal pantheon." (In the Library Reviews)

Here in one volume are the complete novel Jane's Warlord and the novella "Warfem," which transport readers into an erotically charged time-warped world that will set their "blood on fire and have them begging for more." (In the Library Reviews)

In Jane's Warlord, reporter Jane Colby makes a startling discovery about a murder. The killer has struck before-hundreds of years in the past. He's jumped through time to find more victims and only Jane and Baran, a genetically engineered warrior, can stop him.

In "Warfem," a strange destiny reunites the seductive Warfem Alina with Baird, a sexually dynamic Warlord who already shared his lover's fantasies many years before.

Plus, as an added treat, Warlord includes two extra short stories never before seen in print.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101158869
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 9/4/2007
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 295,370
  • File size: 387 KB

Meet the Author

Angela Knight is a former newspaper journalist.

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  • Posted April 28, 2010

    An Interesting Future Read!

    Angela Knight is a great author. I like her books, and I enjoy her Mageverse series. This is a departure from that series. She takes us to a present day time, with a future "warlord" or engineered and enhanced man. Its an enjoyable read, and it is an interesting story. I liked her Mageverse books better, but this is more sci fi than fantasy. Good book none-the-less.

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  • Posted April 26, 2010

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    Angela Knight "WARLORD"

    This book was a bit slow to start but then it picked up and read till it was finished...
    It was a good read not as exciting as I would have liked... I kept waiting for the sex, action, none to speak of only one good fight scene throughout the book the sex was throughout but it was not hot and steamy as I would have liked. I was a bit diasppointed with this one, I bought the rest of the series hope money was not wasted.

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  • Posted November 10, 2009

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    It was good

    It wasnt one of my favorites but it was a good book.

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  • Posted November 1, 2009

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    I FELT CHEATED!

    I LOVED THE BOOK BUT WAS NOT CRAZY ABOUT THE FACT THAT I HAD ALREADY READ THE LEAD STORY IN AN ANTHOLOGY! SHE WOULD HAVE DONE HER FANS BETTER SERVICE BY EXPOUNDING ON WARFEM & MORE STORIES FROM THIS TIME.

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  • Posted July 21, 2009

    A surprisingly good book!

    I actually purchased this book not knowing the it was scientific, but I am very glad it read it anyway. I throughly enjoyed it.
    Actually has three stories in one book!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    entertaining outer space fantasy saga

    ¿Jane¿s Warlord¿. Three hundred years from now the Temporal Enforcement sends warlord Baran Arvid and his genetically engineered wolf Freika back to the twenty-first century to protect reporter Jane Colby from a murderous time traveler Kalag Druss. Baran is to kill Kalag before the jump killer murders Jane. Jane covers a particular brutal murder nearby her home. When she returns to her house, she finds Baran and the talkative Freika waiting for her. Escape is impossible and soon she figures out that her warden and his sidekick come from the future. The worst that could happen to Baran is that he falls in love which distracts him from his mission and places his beloved in peril from the deadly time traveler. --- ¿Warfem¿. Her enemy captured WarFem Alina, who would prefer to die, but fears that her foes will use her as a hostage to betray her people and her beloved Baird. --- ¿The Warlord and the Fem¿. Kyne hides on the ship Drunna¿s Victory from the Warlord Baird Airell who she met while on R&R on the planet Verton. She is a Fem, a genetically engineered soldier which make her subject to any demands in the bedroom from a Warlord that scares her when it comes to Baird. She has to confront her fears because Baird gains the crew¿s respect as he tries to bond with her. --- ¿Baby, You¿ve Changed¿. When the ship Intrepid defeated the ship that Fem Tamin was on, she was reunited with her first lover Gage Deauxville. She rejected him because he was human, but now he is a vampire who claims he is her master. --- JANE¿S WARLORD is a reprint of the same title novel while ¿Warfem¿ was first published as part of the Kick Ass novellas anthology the two short stories are new. WARLORD provides fans of Angela Knight, an omnibus collection of this entertaining outer space fantasy saga. --- Harriet Klausner

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