by Alexis Morgan

July 2007
ISBN: 1-4165-4658-8
Reviewer Graphic Button Pocket Books
Mass Market Paperback

Seattle, Washington

He is known as an “Other” a fierce warrior that attacks deep within the tunnels of the earth located under Mount St. Helens. When the volcano rumbles the barrier goes down that protects the human world from his dark and dangerous one. The elite group of fighters known as Paladins, are all that stand between us and them as it has been since the beginning of recorded time. Having rescued the Paladin leader Devlin Bane’s woman from the clutches of a human assassin bent on wrecking havoc on both their people, Barak q’Young now lives in exile in the world of his enemies, in the sunshine and fresh air.

While working at the Paladins’ headquarters, Barak, and his former foes form an uneasy alliance in order to bring down the saboteurs who would sell out the human world for the blue stones common to Barak’s domain. His new boss, Dr. Lacey Sebastian is sister to one of the Paladins and knows first hand how dangerous and ruthless these others can be. Yet that doesn’t seem to be the case with Barak who displays a sincere gentleness, and honorability that Lacey has never known with a human male. Her growing desire to be with him alienates her with her beloved brother, and puts Barak at risk as a target among his newfound colleagues. There are secrets that Barak keeps so as not to betray his people, but when Lacey’s life is threatened can Barak put aside his loyalty to his people and save the woman he loves?

The Paladins rule! In Darkness Reborn the third outing of this thrilling paranormal series by Alexis Morgan (aka Pat Prichard), we get to finally see a glimpse of the dark world of the others through hero Barak q’Young’s eyes. He is one hot guy for someone who lives in a cold dark place and he gets Dr. Lacey Sebastian’s temperature burning as well as ours! I wish we could have gotten more answers to those questions that keep us riveted to these books, but guess it will have to wait for the next installment which we got a small hint about at the end.

Reviewed in July 2007 by Bonnie.

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