Review: A Warrior to Love by Marisa Chenery

A Warrior to Love by Marisa Chenery
Series: Warrior Hunger (# 4)
Release Date: August 17, 2012
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 85
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review
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After a disastrous blind date leaves Alexis stranded, she hits up a handsome stranger in the restaurant for his cell phone. She connects to more than the cab company. One look from him has her pulse racing and other notable body parts standing at attention. Their instant chemistry has her night making a turn for the better.

A Warrior of Anubis since 1920, Konner finds the loneliness of his life getting to him. And being celibate for the last five years certainly isn’t helping matters any. But the sexy damsel in distress stirs passions long buried. He has to have her—in his life and in his bed. She’s everything he’s ever wanted in his long existence. But the nature of who he is could end this love affair before he has a chance at forever.

 

Review: I have really enjoyed reading the Warrior Hunger series.

Konner isn’t one of the oldest warriors but that doesn’t mean that he hasn’t went through some hard times and he doesn’t know what he needs to do. You would think the change would get easier to go through but it hurts every time. Good thing that they have mates because I would hate having to go through this without having someone to share it with. They aren’t allowed to be with the other warriors. The only thing is they have to explain what they are and their jobs to their mates. That would take a lot for any woman to get around. Good thing Alexis has a great head on her shoulders.

Alexis was set up on a blind date with her best friends cousin and it was one of the worst one’s ever. Good thing Konner was standing in line and she asked to use his phone. He was such a gentleman and even stayed with her until her taxi came. After that night they knew they had something going and it was hard to stay away from each other.  Only thing is Konner mates with Alexis without asking her and she finds out at the worst time.

I never knew much about Anubis and I have to say reading this series has helped me know him better. This author knows how to write great books. She has different series about different kinds of species and I enjoy reading each and every one. I got into this series by chance. I just ran across the first book and liked the blurb and had to read it. Ever since then I have been hooked on this series. Even though these are warriors they are different and each go through their own trials. I feel that I would’ve missed out on some great books if I had never read these. I can’t wait for the next grand adventure that I have with this author.

I recommend this book to anyone who loves paranormal books with a different spin in it.