Thursday, June 16, 2011

Review: A Warrior's Witch by Stacey Kennedy

A Warrior's Witch by Stacey Kennedy

*I received this book (digital copy) in exchange for an honest review and participation in the blog tour.  The blog tour is being hosted by The Bookish Snob Tours.

Amazon Product Description:
Murder has brought Talon, Master of Guardians, as well as Zia, his witch and Master of Witches, to Chicago. The manner of death appears to be a suicide, but Talon is far from ready to close the case. To avenge the Guardian linked to his past, he agrees to take on the assignment, and find her killer.

As they dive deeper into the investigation, they find themselves entering a world where BDSM is the norm. A lifestyle that Zia is uncomfortable with and, rattled by this new development, she is more than ready to return to the Otherworld. But their investigation quickly takes an unexpected twist when they discover that they’re not only hunting a killer but also someone who is controlling supernaturals in Chicago.

Their mission not only brings danger, but also forces Talon to deal with decades old guilt that corrodes his soul. Every event that unfolds only deepens his fight and pushes him to face an ultimate choice—what is more important—his duty to the Otherworld or the witch he holds closest to his heart?

My thoughts:
What does it take to make a person truly realize what is most important?  
In this fast-paced, edge of your seat romance/adventure/thriller we are taken on a journey with Talon and Zia and in the end we are allowed to learn the answer.
Stacey Kennedy has created a host of fabulous characters.  They are well planned and carefully constructed.  The story flows so well that it seemed to run like a movie through my head while I read.  I found myself drawn into the story and the characters.   If only every couple believed in each other so much and knew each other so well...
This is a wonderfully told, well written story of love, honor, duty, and morals.  It is the story of the struggle to balance those four ideals and the sacrifices made to do so. 

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