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Knightfall (Guardians of the Seven Seals #1)

4.38 of 5 stars 4.38  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  23 reviews
A woman believed to be the harbinger of Armageddon.

The immortal knight assigned to kill her.

Alaskan bush pilot Kerra Cain lives a relatively normal life. That is, until a fallen angel reveals his plans to use Kerra to trigger the Apocalypse. To escape, she must place her trust in the arms of Gareth, a dangerously sexy, enigmatic man who has haunted her dreams for years.

Kindle Edition, 238 pages
Published May 2nd 2011 by Crescent Moon Press (first published April 27th 2011)
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A.R. Miller
Jul 11, 2012 A.R. Miller rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Lovers of fantasy, romance, mythical creatures, action and pilots
Recommended to A.R. by: C. Deanne
Those of you who have read my review of Stealing Fate, already know I'm a big fan of Berinn Rae and also consider her a friend. That said, she did not beg, bribe or beat me to review Knightfall. I did it of my own volition and paid for it with my own money. So you get my honest opinion. Done with the disclaimers and on with my thoughts on Knightfall.

I admire this woman's abilities with world building. She paints vivid mind pictures with the stroke of a key, taking you on a staycation of the sens
Lynn Rush
Whoa. This book is an intense, fast read. Yep. Super intense and so engrossing you won't put it down. The action is non-stop. The romance is hot, hot, hot between Kerra and Gareth yet it wasn't the plot as I have seen in many romance novels.

As the story unfolded, it just kept going deeper and deeper. I loved that. The extra characters are great, too. I hope to see some of their stories in the near future.

I liked the unique spin Berinn Rae put on angels, Guardians, and other supernatural charac
Grace Fonseca
I really loved this book. This book was fantastic. This book took me on a roller coaster ride.

This book was pitch perfect from start to finish. What I mean about that, theres nothing wrong with this book. What I loved about Kerra and Gareth is that when they meet for the first time, they have chemistry. The author milks this, because you know Gareth is trying to avoid Kerra, but he can't.

There were so many twists and turns to this book, that instead of hurting the book I felt that it enhanced
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This was the first book that I have read by Berinn Rae AND the first book I read on my e-reader. I was introduced to Berinn Rae through Crescent Moon Press.

What a fantastic book! A proper page turner from page 1 right through to the end! The characters Kerra and Gareth were so vivid; I think I have a new book crush in the form of Knight/Guardian Gareth…YUM! The chapters were brilliantly set up and were easy to follow. Some were writt
Amy Turner
Jul 24, 2011 Amy Turner rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Amy by: Jennifer Wells
Berinn Rae developed an interesting and fresh new paranormal world in Knightfall, from its varied mythological and supernatural creatures to a very clever nod to Arthurian legend. The pace was quick, but not dizzying, and the characters sharp and defined. Perhaps my only real frustration regarding the content of the novel was that it seemed almost too short, in the sense that I could have delved more into the characters (and not just the main two). I was sad when the book ended! The interplay be ...more
Kinley Baker
Knightfall is an awesome adventure! I’m not sure if there’s anything cooler than a female bush pilot for a heroine. I definitely loved the action and I thought Kerra balances out Gareth’s gruff personality. He’s gruff to start, but he’s placed in a very difficult position. I like the journey their relationship takes.

I enjoyed how all the myths came together in this debut book. I recommend for paranormal romance and fantasy romance readers. It has a little bit of everything for all romance and su
Jean Murray
Fun, Fresh Read. This book is great. Ms. Rae did an excellent job building a new world within our own that is so unique and fresh, it really drew me into the story. There is a variety of characters, both good and evil, that have spand the ages and are all brought together around one fabulous plot. Definitely recommend this book to be on your TBR list.
Knightfall is a sexy, action packed paranormal with a kick butt heroine and a to die for hero. Who could possibly ask for more? Berinn Rae created a world that drew me in and had me begging to know more about the Hidden and the Seven Seals. I'm eagerly awaiting to hear the release date for the second book in the series!
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What a fantastic book! A proper page turner from page 1 right through to the end!

I am so happy there is a book 2 to follow as I have to know more about Gareth and Kerra!

Berinn Rae is definitely one of my 'authors to watch'!!
Reviewed by Amanda James
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4 out of 5 stars

From the beginning Berinn Rae pulls you into the fantastic world of the Guardians of the Seven Souls.

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This was a great start to the series! If you like paranormal romance, this is a good book to read. It's full of alpha males and strong females with a very different paranormal twist to the usual story lines. Angels, hellhounds, druids, and knights - what more could you ask for!
Rachel Firasek
Wow, I love that the heroine is a pilot. Something fun and new for me. This is the first in a series that I now want to devour! :) Whew, Hot!
Dahlia (yadkny)
Apr 17, 2012 Dahlia (yadkny) rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fantasy Romance Lovers
“Kerra trusted three things in the world. Her empathic gift, her instincts, and her dog.”

Having the ability to see someone’s aura might be considered a benefit, but for Kerra Cain, it's been more of a curse. As an empath, the ugliness of humanity is on full technicolor display when she see's their aura's, which is like having a built in lie-detector. The solitude of Alaska offers an escape from all of that color noise, so with the companionship of her terrier Beacon, Kerra lives her life as a b
I really, really wanted to love this book. It’s got so many great ideas but it didn’t quite coalesce for me and I’m not entirely sure why. It could be something as simple as the fact that I read it while I was sick but who knows...

As you’ve probably guessed from the cover copy, Knightfall revolves around Gareth and Kerra. Kerra’s a fantastic protagonist. She’s tough and independent and she has a really neat power: she can see people’s auras. She doesn’t know why but it’s definitely affected the
Vanessa theJeepDiva
Kerra Cain grew up in various foster homes never knowing much about her parents or where her special abilities came from. Those special abilities eventually drove her into the wilderness of Alaska where there were not so many people. Being an empath who can read aura’s can be a pain when living in a crowed city. Kerra is a walking lie detector. She figures that the smaller population of the Alaskan wilderness will keep her away from too many people. Little did she know that humans were not going ...more
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I am not one to gush over covers, but don't you just love the abs on the guy on the cover? Oh la la!! It's also pretty close to how I pictured the hero of the story, Gareth to look like. The cover must have seeped into my sub conscious while reading! Gareth is one alpha male and helped me break the slow reading phase I was into this year. I loved how he was tough as nails, yet when it came to Kerra we saw a different, protective side of him that shocked even those closet to
Ashley Byland
Normally I do not read romance novels because they come across cheesy to me. However, this book is a paranormal romance book, so that aspect of it intrigued me to read it. I had heard about this book through someone that I used to know and I wanted to check it out. I am fortunate enough to have a good friendship with the author, but that will not change my review, I also promised her I wouldn’t let our friendship cloud my judgement. Trust me it hasn’t.

First thing I have to say, is that this book
Musing Bookworm
Original Review Written For The Romance Reviews

He’s a Guardian, sworn to protect The Seven from any and all danger. Even if that means killing the sexy, spunky girl he has been sent to watch. She’s an orphan, who has worked hard to become a bush pilot with her only family, her dog Beacon, by her side. Are they destined to fight on opposite sides of the war of The Hidden, or could there be something more the Nos’ Prophecy then meets the eye?

Knightfall by Berinn Rae introduces a new series about T
S.G. Rogers
I won this book from the author and I'm awfully glad I did. "Knightfall" was very entertaining. This spicy story was written with a great many intriguing elements and impossibly gorgeous, sexy beings. Rae spins a tale of good vs. evil set in the world of the Hidden. I enjoyed how the author made the 'good' guys a mix of dark and light. "Knightfall" is at its core a romance, with all the usual emotional tug of war between the two main characters (Kerra and Gareth). But the story is also filled wi ...more
Theresa Scarangella
This is the story of Kerra Cain who flies her plane in Alaska making runs of supplies. She lives in Alaska because she see aura on people. Everything was running fine until a man shows up and puts this metal jewelry on her and she has people and things happening that she never expected. She meets this wonder guy who is a guardian to protect the Seven Seals, his name is Gareth. I liked reading this book, I found it different from other stories and it was well written and it kept me reading to fin ...more
Step Into Fiction
Normally I do not read romance novels because they come across cheesy to me. However, this book is a paranormal romance book, so that aspect of it intrigued me to read it. I had heard about this book through someone that I used to know and I wanted to check it out.

Review originally posted at Step Into Fiction

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Cindy Young-Turner
Fun read! Kerra is a great character. She's smart and tough and also has a vulnerable side. She and Gareth are a perfect match. I loved the chemistry between them. They both had their own demons to deal with, so to speak, and it was fun to see them work through their problems together. Kerra's experience as a pilot also gave the story a unique flavor. I enjoyed the background on the Guardians as well. I'll be looking for the next book in the series!
Great idea, interesting premise. I would have liked to see some of the ideas fleshed out a little more. And the writing was a little spotty for me.
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RACHEL AUKES writes horror stories, and as BERINN RAE she writes sci-fi romance and paranormal romance. Rachel was raised on a farm in Iowa where she boasted the small town’s largest (and only) comic book collection, and she's still addicted to stories starring characters with kickassitude. When not writing, Rachel flies old airplanes in the American Midwest with her awesomely supportive husband a ...more
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