The year is
1218 AD. This is the day that most of
the mighty Wolf Warriors were slain by the bloodthirsty minions of King
Edward. This is the day that many were
amongst the dead and dying a child was lost.
The child, firstborn son of mighty warrior Jarod,
will never be
forward thirty years to Scotland…
her brother Richard have left the safety of the realm to search for
outlaw who has fled the Realm and must be retrieved.
Serena is distracted by a call for help from
a fellow Warrior. Though he carries the
mark of a Solarian Wolf Warrior, Roan does not know of the life that
speaks of. He was discovered, bruised
and bloodied in a forest by an English Duke, and raised as his son. Roan, known throughout England
Wolf, a fierce knight, does not know how the petite, beautiful warrior
skill with a sword rivals his own, is able to speak to him in his mind. Nor does he understand how she can seem to see
the fantasy he has of the two of them.
doesn’t want to believe that the child of the greatest Solarian warrior
raised English. Solarians are mortal
enemies of the English. Can they work
through their extreme differences and work together to save their
perhaps fall in love?
The Lost Wolf Warrior is an excellent
historical novel by Ms. Monet. Filled
with plenty of action and scorching sex, this book is one to be kept
over and over. Serena is a wonderfully
dominant, kick-ass lead female. Her
fighting skills are extraordinary, and a beauty to see in action. Roan is hot!
His confidence and arrogant good looks make for a
memorable alpha male
that you want to claim for your own. It
has been a long time since I’ve seen such a strong female influences. These are the type of stories that I revel
in, and they are few and far between. I
am grateful that Ms. Monet felt the need to pen such wonderful
characters. I cannot wait to revisit the
Realm in her
next Solarian masterpiece.
Reviewed by Joletta Hill
Road to Romance
January 12, 2005