|Book Title –Warrior Lord|
Author –Nancy J. Cohen
Publisher – The Wild Rose Press
Pottery sculptor Erika Sherwood has no idea her televised wedding in Las Vegas is for real until an official confirms she and the stranger she’s just met are legitimately wed.
A Drift Lord and warrior of the Tsuran, Magnor tricks the redhead into marriage because she’s one of six women prophesied to save Earth. But as he’s forced into her company in their race against the apocalypse, he wonders if he risks his heart more than his life.
Can a free-spirited ceramic artist and a fierce swordsman trust each other enough to prevent disaster?
Nancy J. Cohen writes the humorous Bad Hair Day mystery series featuring hairdresser Marla Shore, who solves crimes with wit and style under the sultry Florida sun. Several of these titles have made the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association bestseller list. Nancy is also the author of Writing the Cozy Mystery, a valuable instructional guide for writers on how to write a winning whodunit. Her imaginative romances have proven popular with fans as well. Her titles in this genre have won the HOLT Medallion and Best Book in Romantic SciFi/Fantasy at The Romance Reviews. A featured speaker at conferences, libraries, and community events, Nancy is listed in Contemporary Authors, Poets & Writers, and Who's Who in U.S. Writers, Editors, & Poets. She belongs to Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, Romance Writers of America, Novelists, Inc., and International Thriller Writers. Currently, she is serving as President of Mystery Writers of America Florida Chapter
What do you get when you take Greek mythology (and other mythical creatures), modern time, extremely advanced technology and mix them all together? An outstanding book would be my answer. Warrior Lord by Nancy J. Cohen held my spellbound with this story of soul mates trying to save the world.
This book has action, adventure, and romance. If that is not enough for you, how about this book will have you at the edge of your seat wondering if they will be able to fulfill their mission. Somehow, I have ended up reading this third book of the series without reading the first two. It did not take away from this story at all.
I give this book 4 stars **** because I love mythological beings and taking those and incorporating them into a modern story takes a lot of skill and creativity. I would happily recommend this book (if not the whole series) to anyone looking for a great read.