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Storm Warrior [Paperback]

Dani Harper
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Book Description

Aug. 6 2013 The Grim Series (Book 1)

Enslaved for millennia by the masters of the Welsh faery realm, the fierce Celtic warrior Rhys is doomed to wander the earth forever. But when a brave beauty unwittingly breaks the enchantment, he is drawn into a strange new world…and an all-consuming desire.

Sensible Morgan doesn’t believe in magic—until a mysterious being saves her from a fate worse than death, and life as she knows it changes forever. Now the man of her dreams has become flesh and blood, igniting a spark in Morgan’s soul which science cannot explain. But even a love that transcends time may not be strong enough to withstand the power of an ancient curse.

From the best-selling author of Changeling Moon, this stirring novel of passion and magic launches an addictive new series for fans of paranormal romance.

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About the Author

Dani Harper is a former newspaper editor whose passion for all things supernatural led her to a second career writing paranormal fiction. A longtime resident of the Canadian north and southeastern Alaska, Dani recently ventured south with her husband to rural Washington to be closer to their grown children. She is also the author of Changeling Moon, Changeling Dream, and Changeling Dawn.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as the first June 1 2014
By Terri
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I found this book very good but not as good as the first. Storyline becomes a little predictable towards the end. This is a new author for me and I will continue to read.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very emotional Nov. 9 2013
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I liked it, at times it was funny and at times sad. I might even read/buy more from this author.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic magical world! Aug. 6 2013
By Nicole Laverdure TOP 100 REVIEWER
I have just finished reading a magic paranormal fiction STORM WARRIOR of the Grim Series,
written by Dani Harper. It's a magical world filled with fairies and strange creatures! It is the story of Morgan, a veterinarian and Rhys, a Celt warrior. It begins when Morgan is attacked and save by a great mastiff! Rhys had been a Celtic warrior, turned by force as a gladiator, then turned into a Grim. Morgan discovers that she has royal blood and will be protected by Rhys against some bad creatures. It is a beautiful paranormal fiction with characters such as The Fair Ones, The Tylwyth Teg. It is fast paced, well written and an enchanting story to read. This is the first book that I read by Ms. Harper and I am looking forward to read her next book. It is a fantasy delight in a magical world. Dani Harper is a great storyteller. I could not put it down.
It kept my interest until the end. I can say it is also a time-travel. The plot was well developed!
What can I say , I really enjoyed reading this fantastic story!
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5.0 out of 5 stars happy finding Aug. 3 2014
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Now I love Mastiff dog. The Fairy or Fea are not always the good one. Good writting. Paranormal but not to much. Can we accept what we can't explain or not ordinary events.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Intriguing mythos hints at good future, but this story did not quite engage me June 13 2013
By A. Reid - Published on
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I like paranormal romances. They're one of my favorite genres, really, but this book did not quite spark for me as I was hoping. Harper has some very good ideas - she has set up a world where she will have room to breathe - but I was way more interested in her faery mythos than I was in the actual romance. Heroine Morgan, a vet with a powerful conscience and a weird resistance to the supernatural given her heritage and the way she and her hero meet, is a good character with some powerfully appealing traits, but I was more moved by her quest to bond with a dog than I was her relationship with Rhys. For his part, Rhys would probably have captivated me more with more emphasis on his past than his present. I was curious about the centuries he spent in service to the fae and the fae in general; the barrier to his relationship with his lady simply didn't feel that compelling to me. While I didn't dislike the book, I have to admit that I put it down and forgot about it for nearly a week about a chapter away from the finish. I would prefer to be far more engaged than that.

That said, I may check out others in the series to see what Harper is going to do with her fae world. I'm hoping it's as well-rounded as it feels and that there is more that will come out of it in future installments.
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3.0 out of 5 stars On the fence June 22 2013
By Nikki W. - Published on
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I think this is more fantasy than romance. There really wasn't much of that to speak of. It was all neat and squeaky clean in a way. Morgan sees a dog following her on vacation a really big dog. So it becomes a huge shock when she sees the same dog at her work in the states. So when she brings him into her home and the next day finds a man where the dog should be she's mortified. Not only does she not believe this mans wild stories but all reason says it's impossible.

I think a lot of the story was trying to prove to Morgan the truth. I get it but I'm not sure it was that fun to read through. I loved the fantasy about it but I wish there was more of a romance between the two characters.

I'm not sure if it was because it's the first in a series or if it is just the way the stories go. I might try book two to see where we go from here but I'm on the fence with this one.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Dani Harper first drew me in with her Changeling series and now she's hooked me with Storm Warrior! Aug. 6 2013
By RabidReads - Published on
Storm Warrior is a cute, light, paranormal romance with memorable characters and a delightful story that's easy to like. The plot's fairly straightforward which made the more complex Faerie lore easier to grasp and I loved that this book features a Grim! As omens of death their role in the paranormal world is somewhat limited; they're more observers than do-ers so Harper really had to pay special attention to her mythology and shape it accordingly and she does by incorporating many different types of faeries. My only complaint is that there wasn't enough action but that's often the case of a first installment in a series so I won't hold that against Dani.

In many ways this novel felt more like time travel fiction than a paranormal romance because Rhys becomes mortal very early on in this book and spends the rest of it learning how to live in the 21st century. Although he's been a silent observer for a thousand years, he spent them as a mastiff (dog) so he has little use for things like cars and the internet. I enjoyed watching him re-learn the intricacies of human society and his attempts to convince Morgan that he's a millennia old Celt were beyond entertaining. As a vet, her beliefs are rooted in science so accepting that faeries and Grims are real is quite a stretch for her. I was happy that Harper developed her Faerie lore to the extent that she did because without it, this novel would have been very un-paranormal.

I actually enjoyed the side characters more than the main protagonists in this story; Leo and Ranyon were definitely my two favourites but I also liked the other veterinarians that work with Morgan. Leo's a sweet old man who quickly becomes one of Rhys' best friends and Ranyon is an ellyll which is kind of a mix between a brownie and a tree-type creature. I loved that he was a Blue Jay's fan! A big thank you to Dani Harper for that fun, little, Canadian Easter egg! She also did her Faerie research before writing this book and it showed; her lore about the Tylwyth Teg, barghest and The Hunt was rich and enthralling.

Rhys is definitely fictional boyfriend material; I loved everything about him from his sexy tattoo, to his Celtic accent to his... personality. I had to include that last one just to make me feel less superficial. I wish he'd spent more of this book as a Grim instead of a mortal though but I have a feeling that the Fair Ones aren't through with him yet. As much as I respected and admired Morgan's level-headedness and independence, her inability to accept the truth that was right in front of her nose did irritate me. I mean really, who cares if Rhys thinks he's a thousand year old Celtic warrior! Haven't you ever heard of bedroom role play? They eventually do work things out but it took too long in my opinion; I would have preferred a bit more sexy time!

Dani Harper has a real talent for writing great paranormal romances; she first drew me in with her Changeling series and now she's hooked me with her first Grim installment. Storm Warrior is the perfect mix of sizzle and supernatural plus, you can't go wrong with a smokin' hot Grim!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Cute and fun paranormal romance Aug. 15 2013
By Orion - Published on
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Morgan is a veterinarian on vacation in Wales, where she spots a big black dog. She is kind to it, even feeding it and inviting it inside. Her kindness, along with the dogs willingness to trade his life for hers, is enough to break the spell and turn the fae dog back into a human.

Rhys has been a grim for a couple thousand years. He is trapped in a dog's body, and has the sad job of being a herald of death. He loves Morgan for her bravery and her unusual kindness to animals.

The fae, being tricky and unwilling to lose their pet, start a little trouble on Morgan's farm, but Morgan and Rhys and a few other characters fight back, and it all works out in the end.

This book starts out well, drags a bit in the middle, and ends well. As "light" reading, it is pretty good.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thoroughly enjoyable! July 3 2013
By J. Howard - Published on
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I finished this book with a satisfied sigh. Morgan is a vet with her own clinic taking a long-deserved vacation in Wales. She is educated, motivated, and a thoroughly nice person. The plot includes so many positive relationships: between Morgan & "Gwyn", as kindred spirits in Wales; Morgan and Rhys in his "grim" incarnation; between Morgan and her friends from her vet clinic; old man Leo's acceptance and appreciation for both Rhys the man and Ranyon the ellyll; Morgan's offer of home and safety to Fred the dog; and, finally, Morgan's acceptance of Rhys' love. This is a happily-ever-after that left me feeling happy and wondering where the author will go with Book 2....
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