Review: Her Eternal Warrior by Marisa Chenery

Her Eternal Warrior by Marisa Chenery
Series: Warrior Hunger (# 2)
Release Date: April 25, 2012
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 82
Source:  book provided by publisher for review
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Protecting mortals from the evil preying upon them is Tor’s number-one job. His dying pledge to serve the Egyptian god Anubis gave him immortality and a life of solitude as a jackal shifter—for thousands of years. But all that changes when he saves a young woman from being attacked. The moment he sees her face, his blood stirs—as does his cock. For the first time ever, Tor’s reluctant to wipe himself from a victim’s mind. She becomes the center of his existence, and nothing but total possession will do.Kenna can’t believe her luck when the sexy-as-hell stranger approaches the hotel reception desk and asks her out. There’s something familiar about him, but she just can’t place it. She falls hard and fast, and scorching sex is the icing on the cake. Tor’s guarded secret could change everything, however. Sure, she was open to settling down, but life with Tor would put a whole new meaning on the word “forever”.

 

Review: I really liked the first book of this series and I had to read the next one to see if there was any difference. The story line for each book was different and I liked how each each warrior is different and has something else going on. There is still a demon after each one and they find their mate. Each mate is made just for them and at times it’s not easy but they come around. I am trying to decide which book is my favorite but it is hard to decide. I will have to read the other books in the series and then maybe I can make my mind up.

Tor is a man that knows what he wants but for thousands of years he has been alone. Anubis has decided that none of his warriors needs to be around each other so you know that it gets lonely. The great thing that Tor has found out is that he has a mate and he will know who she is as soon as he has sex with her. Kenna was saved one night by Tor but she doesn’t remember it because Tor erased her memories. She is always scared every day when she gets off work but she doesn’t know why. That is until a demon starts taking over Tor’s mind and causes him to mate with Kenna without asking.

I am really enjoying this series and I can’t wait to read the next one. The author has done a great job coming up with something different. When you read these books you don’t get a sense of deja vu. That is what I like when I read a book. I just wish that I could come up with stories like this. I love the covers and the tattoos of the warriors. I know I would think something was up if I saw a tattoo like that on someone. It’s not something that you see someone getting. I would recommend this book to people that like to read about gods and warriors trying to good in the world.