THE WARRIOR

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These days Greek gods Zeus and Hera go by the names Zeke Jupiter and Harriet Peacock. They had decided to try and repair some of the damage they caused centuries earlier in the lives of mortals with a little matchmaking. Their first romantic pairing was such a success, they are eager to try once again.

FBI Special Agent Armond Marceaux is in great jeopardy, having been captured then drugged by unknown individuals out to destroy him. He manages to escape, but the effects of the drugs have left him without his memory. Instinct guides him to his remote cabin where a beautiful woman named Callie confronts him. Without realizing that something is wrong, Callie fills in some of the blanks for Armond as well as drops a bomb of her ownshe is pregnant with his child. He quickly decides that sticking with Callie may be his best bet for uncovering who he is and what has happened to him.

Zeus and Hera arent thrilled when they realize that Callies love Armond is none other than a descendant of Ares, the God of War. With this genealogy, Zeus and Hera really have their work cut out for them.

Kathleen Nance delivers the second book in her exhilarating new romance
fantasy series. THE WARRIOR is an exciting tale interwoven with a fun premise of gods redeeming themselves and righting old wrongs. (Jun., 315 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith