DEFEAT THE DARKNESS
The Paladin adventures continue in Morgan's newest tale of good vs. evil. Although the Paladin heroes are fated to die again and again, there is a mental breaking point. With her new hero, the author explores one man's fight to recover both emotionally and physically. As this series evolves, Morgan also redefines the definition of evil as the interaction between her two races
continues. Good stuff!
After a mission left him crippled, Paladin warrior Hunter Fitzsimon has decided to leave St. Louis for Washington. The barrier between the world of humans and the others has become unstable near volcanoes, so Devlin Bane wants to send Hunter to Justice Point, where greedy individuals on both sides of the barrier may be trying to profit.
Tate Justice, who runs a tea shop, is looking for a tenant for her upstairs apartment. What she gets is Hunter, whose limp and surly nature add to his air of mystery. For Hunter, his pretty and persistent landlady gives him feelings he never thought he would experience. Tate knows that Hunter is keeping secrets, but she never dreamed those secrets involved defending the human race. (POCKET STAR, Mar., 384 pp., $7.99)