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The Crystal Warrior by Maree Anderson

The Crystal Warrior

by Maree Anderson

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This was a very interesting story that began with a band of men raiding a village for women to be used as breeding stock and a magical man determined to stop them. He casts a spell on the warriors so they would be locked into crystals that bore the names of each of the warriors. Once locked inside, they spent hundreds of years locked in their crystals without hope of redemption until they fine true love. But how does one find true love while locked in a crystal?

Zip to the future and we find a girl named Chalcedony. She hates the name and so she has her friends call her Chalcey. She is a woman on a mission to open her own dance studio, but the bankers aren’t cooperating. On her way to her last ditch attempt to lure the bankers to her side, she stumbles across a crystal shop and is drawn to a stone called Wulfenite. Little does she know that the warrior named Wulfenite is inside the stone just waiting to be released.

Wulfentie, or Wulf as he likes to be called, is released from his crystal when Chalcey is attacked in an alleyway. He totally goes he-man on her and claims she is his and starts kissing her. Chalcey is having none of that (well almost none, there was a second or two when she lost her mind during the kiss.)

Once Wulf and Chalcey figure out whats going on they find they have 28 days to fall in love or he goes back into his crystal. Chalcey is not for falling in love but figures she can fake it well enough to get him off the hook. At least she hopes so.

It was kind of fun to put an old warrior into a today type setting and watch as he tries to adjust to his new world. I think he did pretty good, but there were still things he did that made me laugh. This story has some adult content, but it pretty mild so it falls firmly into the paranormal romance category instead of the erotica category.
This was a great start to a series and happily (thank you Ms. Anderson) it did not end with a cliff-hanger. I will be going on to the next in the series.

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  AlaskanBookie | Sep 26, 2013 |
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