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- Publisher: ZEBRA BOOKS
- Format: Paperback | 352 pages
- Dimensions: 107mm x 168mm x 30mm | 204g
- Publication date: 31 July 2009
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 1420104233
- ISBN 13: 9781420104233
- Edition statement: Original
- Sales rank: 50,902
Magnus is a man of contradictions - a spiritual leader in a warrior's body. To him, laws are for enforcing and visions must be followed - even if that means freeing a beautiful slave and making her his reluctant handmaiden. Betrayed once before, Magnus can barely bring himself to trust another woman. Yet Daenaira's fiery innocence is drawing them both into a reckless inferno of desire. Daenaira grew up hearing tales of a fearsome priest who seemed more myth than reality. But Magnus is very real - every inch of him - and so is the treachery surrounding them. Beneath Sanctuary's calm surface, an enemy is scheming to unleash havoc on the Shadowdwellers, unless Magnus trusts in a union ordained by fate, and sealed by unending bliss.
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By Reena Jacobs 01 Sep 2010
I enjoyed this novel. The political affair of the Nightwalkers is a central piece in all the Jacquelyn Frank novels I've read. This was no different. Oh the twisted webs we weave. Ms. Frank did an excellent job with the intrigue. I can't say I had an idea of whodunit until the culprit stood up and said, I did it! One thing which did confuse me was villain behavior. Not sure why so many villains insist on letting their victims know they're going to kill them before doing it. I know if I were a villain I'd so be into backstabbing.
I'm hoping the next book will be the last of the Nightdwellers series and bring closure to the politics. Not that I disliked the Nightdwellers, but one of the things I liked about Jacqueline Frank's lines is the series don't drag on forever. I like closure. If Pleasure is the ending, I definitely can see myself starting the next series she has called The Gatherers.