Storm Watcher (Watcher Series #2)

Storm Watcher (Watcher Series #2)

by Lilith Saintcrow

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The Witch:

All Mariamne Niege wants is to finish her thesis and get a job. Unfortunately, she's a Guardian now, and her visions of the future have grown so intense she's blind to the world while in their grip. Her Watcher, Hanson, is sleeping on her couch and scaring her roommates when he's not shepherding her through the visions and calming her worsening nightmares. Then the earthquakes start, warning of an even bigger disaster - a cataclysm that could level her beloved city and claim countless innocent lives. A disaster her visions say are triggered by Hanson, even though he's sworn to protect her . . .

The Watcher:

Hanson joined the Watchers to atone for a life of lies, but the only way he can stay close enough to Mari to protect her is to use some of his less-than-honest talents. She is the only witch who can ease the agony of being a Watcher, and the only woman in the world he wants. Then Mari's house is broken into and her roommates slaughtered, and in order to save his witch, Hanson is going to have to become more vicious than the Dark - even though it might mean losing her forever.

Bounced around the world as a military brat, Lilith Saintcrow fell in love with writing in second grade and never looked back. She currently resides in Vancouver, Washington, with two children, a menagerie, and books. Find her on the web at

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150075702
Publisher: ImaJinn Books, Inc.
Publication date: 04/08/2005
Series: Watcher Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 180
Sales rank: 200,630
File size: 4 MB

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Storm Watcher (Watcher Series #2) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Water witch Mariamne Niege cannot believe how much her world and that of her two best friends Theo Morgan and Elise Nicholson have changed since the Circle of Light sent Watchers Hansen and Dante crashing into their lives (see DARK WATCHER). However, she knows there is no going back for any of the trio although she dreams of her idyllic mousy academic days but they have become Guardians in a war with the evil Dark.----------- Her visions are becoming ever stronger and increasingly frightening. The worst is her seeing her Watcher Hansen killing Guardian Theo. Mari¿s roommates fear and loath Hansen who has taken over the couch to insure his charge, who he knows by touching her is his soulmate, remains safe. When Rossini the gargoyle sends her research writings by her former mentor Suzanne, forces of the Dark break into her home killing her roommates. Hansen knows the Dark craves taking his beloved, but he does not understand how far they will go to achieve their goal the earthquakes are their first assault, but Mari thinks Hansen is involved.--------- The second WATCHER romantic fantasy is a terrific tale starring two fascinating lead characters. Elise may love Hansen, but she fears and distrusts him too Hansen may love Elise, but his pre Watcher days make him feel he is unworthy of her. Readers will appreciate the irony as they need each other not just as soulmates, but to survive if they fail to overcome the negatives the Dark will triumph. Lilith Saintcrow provides an exciting tale that sub-genre fans will relish.---------- Harriet Klausner
jjmcgaffey on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Hmm, not so wonderful. It's still a good story, but it's the _same_ story as Demon's Librarian. Well, nearly. Powerful witch not used to her power, protector who's a) very powerful and b) convinced he's a second-class citizen, both because of his touch of the Dark (demon in the Librarian, just Dark in the Watcher series). Wish I could find the first one, Dark Watcher. Well, they're still good stories - interesting universe, decent characterization, interesting events. Just a little too similar in outline to the first one of hers I read.
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BellSA More than 1 year ago
Good series
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