Alexis Morgan: Dark Protector

Dark Protector is the first book in Alexis Morgan’s Paladins of Darkness series.

Devlin Bane is a Paladin, a warrior who can be revived after dying again and again.

Laurel Young is his Handler, the doctor who revives him each time.

The execution was pretty good–the author’s experience is apparent, and she’s also known as Pat Pritchard. Interesting concept, one I wish she had delved more deeply into in this book.

A pity it doesn’t do enough to distinguish itself from the other paranormal romances in the market.
This rates 3 out of 5.

PS I swear having the word “Dark” in the title didn’t cause me to cut the book’s grade. I didn’t even realise it had a “Dark” in the title a la Feehan until I finished writing the review.

4 Responses to “Alexis Morgan: Dark Protector”

  1. November 26, 2006 at 7:40 pm

    It was a very meh book for me as well. I think that the medical issue would have made the book more captivating but too little time was spent on that.

  2. November 26, 2006 at 8:03 pm

    Alexis/Pat lives in the Seattle area, and I’ve met her a few times. Sweet lady. The awesome part about this book is that it takes place in the Seattle Underground, these crazy tunnels from the “old city.” A fire swept through and burned a lot of it, so when they rebuilt, they built on top of the old stuff in order to raise the city above sea level. You can tour the tunnels today…they’re creepy.

    Thus concludes Richelle’s History Lesson.

  3. November 26, 2006 at 11:36 pm

    I’ve been thinking about picking this book up. Hmm…

  4. November 27, 2006 at 3:56 pm

    Jane, I agree.

    Richelle, if you taught me history, maybe I would still be taking it today. LOL.

    Jordan, it’s worth a look at the bookstore. Maybe if you like her voice better, you won’t have the issues I had with the book.

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