Midnight Master-Donna Grant

Midnight Master

Donna Grant

St. Martin’s, May 22 2012, $7.99

ISBN: 9780312552480

 

Rice University anthology Professor Gary Austin sends a cryptic message to his daughter Gwynn that has concerned for her widowed father.  She flies to Scotland to insure he is all right though she is unsure where exactly he is.  While driving west towards the isles, she receives a stunning call from Phil Manning of Rice who informs her Professor Austin resigned last month.

 

In 1603 Scotland, the Druids told warrior Logan Hamilton and his brothers in arms that they do not know where they will end up in time as they pursue the evil Deirdre and her minions to find her twin Ian who she took with her.  Logan learns he is in 2012 Scotland and feels a need to head west to Isle of Eigg; one time home of the Druids once lived.  Gwynn and Logan are attracted to one another from their first meeting.  He believes she is a dormant Druid and offers to search for her dad while she offers to guide him through the twenty-first century.

 

The first Dark Warriors romantic urban fantasy is a great spin off from the fabulous Dark Sword saga.  The fun in this engaging storyline is observing the bewildered lead couple as he struggles to adapt to modern conveniences taken for granted and she struggles to accept her awakening powers.  Deidre adjusts much easier as evil adapts to any environs by not having any concerns for others.  Donna Grant provides a wonderful fresh spin to her historical fantasy saga with the opening act of her medieval warriors arriving in the twenty-first century.

 

Harriet Klausner

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