Warrior Rogue

Warrior Rogue

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by Nancy J. Cohen
     
 

She seems like everything he despises--until her beauty challenges his warrior's heart.

When fashion designer Jennifer Dyhr loses her lead actor for a video-game commercial, a replacement literally drops from the sky. Reluctant to let him leave, she hires him as a model for her studio. But when terrorists attack their flight home, Jen must awaken powers she…  See more details below

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She seems like everything he despises--until her beauty challenges his warrior's heart.

When fashion designer Jennifer Dyhr loses her lead actor for a video-game commercial, a replacement literally drops from the sky. Reluctant to let him leave, she hires him as a model for her studio. But when terrorists attack their flight home, Jen must awaken powers she didn't know she had to protect them both. Now will she be able to keep her heart safe from the sensual man beside her?

When space ops warrior Paz Hadar falls through a spatial rift onto Jen's set, he soon realizes she is essential to his mission. Not only must he protect her, his success depends upon her special powers. But as they struggle to stay one step ahead of the enemy, he discovers that fighting his attraction to Jen is as much a challenge as keeping them both alive.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016641157
Publisher:
The Wild Rose Press
Publication date:
05/02/2013
Series:
The Drift Lords Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
410
File size:
1 MB

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Warrior Rogue 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am not into either genres but i am into cohen books socwhat the heck never hurts to try simething new and i got a book mark my one critique was the cover there is a mistake in the drawing but all you into sword hacking and hewing will catch on to it lots of fun with cohen web face etc on computer but ivonly see when someone pulls it up i am snail mail m a
WiLoveBooks More than 1 year ago
I am officially hooked on this series. It is  a combination of sci-fi, fantasy, mythology, action and steamy romance. Each book stands alone but are part of a larger story. I love the characters and I am caught up in the story. In this book we have Paz, the team communications specialist who was lost at the end of the first book. He ends up on Jen's set as she is ready to film a commercial for a video game. She agrees to help him get back to Florida but soon finds out all about Trollecks and the heritage that she never knew about and they need to work together. The story grabbed me from the beginning and didn't let go. Now I can't wait for the next book! This is something different and if you like steamy romance combined with action and fantasy, sci-fi or mythology, check out the Drift Lords. 
TeenBlurb More than 1 year ago
Warrior Rogue is a fast paced story that combines aspects from almost every genre. Fashion designer Jennifer Dyhr is in a bind. Her lead actor leaves to star in a video game commercial. Where is she going to find another actor to play a Norse god in Tokyo? Before she knows it a naked, very sexy man ends up on her set. He is perfect for the role, Jen just has to convince him of that. Paz Hadar is not sure what is going on, but the one thing that he is sure of is that Jen is his destiny. She is one of the Seven Sisters and the fate of all the world's depends on her. Paz is a Drift Lord and his mission is to protect Jen with his life. Jen's life becomes something from a sci-fi movie when Paz enters her life. Aliens are out to get her and apparently she has some kind of special powers. Is she dreaming? The only thing that she is certain of is that she wants Paz with every breath in her body. They cannot fight their attraction to one another. Will their relationship distract Paz from his mission? Rips in the space fabric, special powers, and naked men, oh my! This is a book you will devour in one fell swoop! Nancy J. Cohen has created a very realistic world with characters that you cannot help but to love. The reader feels like they are running right beside Paz and Jen. This is a race against time, and destiny in the making! I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.
Judy-Ree More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in the Drift Lords series by Nancy J. Cohen.  I liked the first book and can honestly say that this book was even better than the last.  We start this book during the last big battle of the last book.  This is Paz, the communication officer's story.  If you read the first one, you will remember that he fell or was pushed into some kind of hydro plant turbine and was presumed killed.  Actually, he falls into the water and then is sucked into a space time rift and dumped in Japan near where Jennifer Dyhr is working on the set of a Viking movie.  Jen is a fashion designer and is well known for her costume designs, specifically Viking themed costumes.  She is in Japan specifically to do the costumes for this movie. At first Paz is very confused and thinks that someone is attacking a bunch of villages.  His training kicks in and he manages to subdue the assailant.  Unfortunately this was not in the script.  The movie people had mistaken Paz for a replacement movie star and with his confusion from surviving near death and then going through the rift he didn't realize what was going on.  The movie people thought that he had just done a real good job on his make-up and came in ready to go to work.  It's not until Paz beats up the actor playing the villain and Jen starts to take him to task over it that she realizes that Paz's wounds are real and not make-up. After getting medical attention, Paz realizes that Jen must be one of Odin's daughters.  She has the watch with the Rune on it and he is strangely drawn to her.  As Paz is trying to figure out a way to get in touch with the other Drift Lords, Jen is called home to Palm Beach, Florida on a family emergency.  She offers Paz a ride home on jet that her father has chartered for her.  As Paz is trying to explain to Jen about the Drift Lords, the Trolleks, Viking Mythology and their shared destiny, little does she know that she will soon have to both believe and trust in Paz and his ability to keep her safe. This book had a much tighter plot and the action moved from scene to scene with very little lag.  There were a few nice little plot twists, and Paz and Jen spent much of their journey alone together, really getting to know each other and learn to depend on one another.  It made their courtship sweeter and more organic.  Not to date myself, but it had a Romancing the Stone feel to it that I really liked. I believe we meet the couple from the next book in the series.  We find out Dal has returned with a woman, another daughter of Odin.  They are present when Paz and Jen finally make it to the other Drift Lords in Orlando.  I am a little confused as to how Dal and Lianne's story will work with the series.  Them being together at the end of this book makes me wonder if we will be back tracking for them, or maybe the series will do some overlapping as the 6 daughters of Odin and the 6 sons of Thor get together. Overall this was a good book and the series just seems to keep getting better.  We meet some new characters, touch base with some former characters, learn some new information, the overall arc progresses and this couple is headed for their HEA.  I am giving it 4 stars on Goodreads.  Here's to a great follow up.