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Lord of Vengeance by Tina St. John
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May 29, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: medieval, historical-fiction, sexy-romance, historical-romance
Read on May 29, 2012

Wow. The chemistry between Gunnar and Raina is absolutely sizzling. Adrian writes their growing attraction in a first-rate manner. Neither is sure how they should feel towards the other because of Gunnar’s vow of vengeance against Raina’s father. Raina should hate Gunnar but finds herself strangely attracted to him, all the while growing more and more suspicious of her father’s past as memories from her childhood resurface. The inner turmoil and conflict that Raina deals with are exquisitely written and are among the best passages in Adrian’s work.

Adrian’s secondary characters are all enticing additions to the story line. Nigel’s character is a great addition to the conflict already existing between Gunnar and d’Bussy. His conflicting personality is like a poison, affecting everyone it touches: Gunnar, Raina, d’Bussy, and Burc. No one is safe from his demonic nature. In essence Nigel and Gunnar have many similarities. They are both hellbent on seeking vengeance, but where one begins the see the light, darkness completely engulfs the other. They’re interesting antithesis of each other.

Final Thoughts: If my thoughts above haven’t sold you on trying this book, nothing will. TRY IT!

Kimberly (Reflections of a Book Addict)
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