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Product Details

  • Paperback: 316 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (March 18 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1477818235
  • ISBN-13: 978-1477818237
  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 2.1 x 21.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #805,671 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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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 the author of Changeling Moon, Changeling Dream, and Changeling Dawn, as well as Storm Warrior, the first book in the Grim Series, plus First Bite, the beginning of the Dark Wolf Series.

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By Nicole Laverdure TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 17 2014
Format: Paperback
Dani Harper has done it again! I stayed up late last night; to finish STORM BOUND her second book in her GRIM series. I really enjoyed reading her fantastic story; it was so much fun to read! I have read her first one Storm Warrior and loved it very much, and this one didn’t disappoint me! I loved her two main characters Aidan and Brooke, also her secondary personage Lurien. When I read the prologue, I immediately knew that I would love to follow their journey set in between two worlds. The tale starts, in AD1124 Wales, as Aidan, is being cursed by a cold hearted faery princess Celynnen, and now decides he only wants revenge on the Queen of the Realm. He will have to live as a Grim, a very large black hound. Meanwhile, Brooke, a modern 21st century witch, owns a magic shop, where she loves to play with magic spells, but one goes wrong! What happened? Aidan suddenly appears in front of her! Lots of ups and downs in their relationship. Will their love survive? Will their magic powers shine forever? Will Brooke be able to help Aidan with her magic? Will the balance in the Faery realm be restored? What will happen to the evil Queen? You need to read the book if you want to know the rest. We briefly meet again her previous characters Rhys and Morgan, a friend of Brooke! Each story is about a Grim, a cursed sexy and handsome man, meeting a modern day woman. This you have to read, if you love fantastic romance with a touch of magic and intrigue. I strongly recommend this book!
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I found this book and her next book so refreshing. It had a good storyline and I am always a sucker for the Irish and Scots.
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Dani Harper is now in my list of favorits author's. The writting is good. Insided the story, you will find just enough of good guys, bad guys. Tense and light emotion. I wanted to push female caracter to make my right choice. Happy ending. The only difficulty is to know wich one the read in first.
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I thought the first book in this series, "Storm Warrior", was really good.. this one is even better and the third one that was just released in the last week or so is still setting the bar higher. Absolutely recommend.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9db4cf6c) out of 5 stars 67 reviews
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d64012c) out of 5 stars Not your typical romance May 14 2014
By S. Patel - Published on Amazon.com
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The H/h don't actually meet till somewhere around 30% into the book. Until then it was filled with so much backstory that I don't think it helped the story. I just wanted to get the story over with. There was a bit of chemistry between the H/h, but not enough to make up for the first part of the book. And then, when they did "fall" in love, I had a hard time buying it. It's like we were told that he wanted her, rather than shown it in the lead up.

The writing was well done. I don't remember seeing any typos, and the story itself was charming except for those structural flaws.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d4f748c) out of 5 stars Almost perfect.. March 19 2014
By Trish R. - Published on Amazon.com
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This was a good story but, as a lot of authors are wont to do, there was just too many pages without anyone saying anything, just on and on, telling a story without really letting the characters be involved. Which is too bad, IMO..
The story was very good, however. The secondary characters, George, Olivia, Morgan and Rhys were all wonderful. And I really liked Lurien. Celynnen was simply insane, disgusting and more than a little whacked.
As much as I enjoyed this book I think I liked Storm Warrior a little more. AND I will read any more of the Grim Series that comes from Dani Harper.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f4a8654) out of 5 stars Officially in LOve with this series!!! April 15 2014
By K. April Holgate - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have such big love for this book and can not wait to see the series progress!!! This is such a wonderful blend of modern urban fantasy and Celtic myth! These are not sweet fairy stories, they are based on the traditional tales where the fae are beautiful but cruel. From my youth I recall being fascinated with the Tylwyth Teg, Sidhe and all the the dark Welsh myths. This is a terrific adult revisit of those myths that held me enthralled.

I really liked Brooke from the start, she is so loving and aware of herself. When she meets smexy Aiden, sparks fly, well that and a very well placed punch! I love their dynamic and really felt them connect. The romance is quick but the feeling ring true. I am willing to believe in love/lust at first sight. Sometimes your heart just knows before the head has a chance to catch up.

The smexy stuff is delicious!! Aiden is definitely the Alpha kind of guy I love. He is dominant in all the right ways!! The bedroom door is open and the smexiness happens a couple times!! Loads of steam detail, but not quite as far as a full erotic romance. I am all for the mainstream hotness this book dishes out!

The story this time is very involved, this progress at a steady pace and then speed up in the end. The twist wasn't much of a surprise, but no less enjoyable. Great pacing in the story, it really flowed as the details were revealed.

The narration bounces between the POV of the two leads, but there is a bonus when we see POV of some supporting characters. It makes for a more rounded story and you really get insights into all, especially the villains of the tale. You really get to understand the fae better, I may now have a little crush on the Lord of the Hunt, is it too much to hope he will get a HEA?

I love the way this book connects with the other, I did worry at first there would be no connection. It takes time and you will have to be patient, but when it reveals itself, it is wonderful! I loved the first meeting of Aiden and Rhys, classic!

I listened to the audiobook narrated by Justine Eyre, who is fabulous!! She has a delicious way with the smexy Welsh accents, never could resist a brogue! I loved her energy in the read, she had a real feel for the story and just when speed things up to match the action. I am all about finding more of her reads!! She had quite the task with several male voices and the accents. Terrific match for this series!

Overall, I am in love! I am totally hooked and can not wait for the next book. The concept and myth carry this romance over to a real winner in my book! Ms. Harper certainly has a way of crafting engaging characters into a dynamic story. I am totally hooks. The only negative her is I have to wait until 2015 for the next book!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d55633c) out of 5 stars great addition to a yummy series March 18 2014
By Sharon Stogner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I am a sucker for anything fae. Well, more like anything fae and male <G>. This is book two in the Grim Series. Just like in, Storm Warrior (book #1), Harper created a unique twist on the Black Dog mythos and the ancient Welsh Tylwyth Teg (fae) and wove it into a tale set in our modern world. Each book has a romance between a modern time heroine and a hero who had been kidnapped by the fae and turned into a Grim for the fae’s amusement or for punishment. The men break free of their curse, but find themselves in a new land (America) and dealing with a world that has moved on without them, all the while trying to avoid being recaptured by the fae, because we all know the fae don’t like to lose. Harper has created touching stories about love and loyalty with an added bonus of humor. What do you think happens when you take a Welsh man born 1000 or 2000 years ago and drop him into the life of a modern woman? Exactly!

Storm Bound is about Aidan ap Llanfor. He was taken by the fae princess Celynnen on his wedding day because she wanted a toy. When he wouldn’t become her lover she turned him into a Grim. He finds an unlikely friend in the Lord of the Wild Hunt, Lurien. I have to admit Lurien is my favorite character and he plays a prominent role in this story. He has watched The Nine Realms Kingdom fall into chaos after the king was murdered. The queen is barley holding on to power and the unbalance in the fae world is leaking into ours. He has an agenda and providing Aiden with a chance to escape will further his own plans.

Brooke is a witch with real powers based in earth magic. She finally has her own shop where she creates spells to help and heal people. Lately she has been getting a lot of magical signs like the exact same tarot card reading nine times in a row. When a spell goes wrong, or maybe right, she brings Aidan into her life. He is full of vengeance for the one who took his life away 1000 years ago and still clinging to a memory of an old love.

The main story of the book is the romance between Aidan and Brooke, but the subplot that runs through the series about the Tylwyth Teg and what is happening in their kingdom is what appeals to me the most. Harper has done a lot of research in Welsh mythology and earth magic. Sometimes the amount of information included overshadows the story in places. I liked book one a little better, but having Lurien with his flowing black hair and black leathers riding the fae horse Bayard in the Wild Hunt just makes my heart go pitter patter. I am also thrilled she connected the two books through a friendship between Brooke and ­­­­Morgan from book one. The two ex Grims meet. Makes me think Haper has some other hidden subplot cooking.

(I gave 5 sheep to book #1 Storm Warrior)

4 “Lord of the Wild” Sheep
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I received a complementary copy of this book from the author for a honest review
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d63fbf4) out of 5 stars Storyline was well written March 24 2014
By chb-book addict - Published on Amazon.com
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Book 2 of the Grim Series, (Grims are death dogs sent by the fae when someone is dying). While this story was good the first book was much better by a small margin.

Aidan ap Llanfor was taken by the fae princess Celynnen, because she wanted to make him her lover. He kept refusing and as a punishment she turned him into a Grim. For one thousand years he attended the dead and since he had no choice he did what was requested. He never wanted Celynnen and he let her know it. She was determined that he should come to him willingly and he was determined to find a way to kill her.

BrookeHalloran is a modern white witch who is having a problem with her spells, She finally decides to call a Guardia dog to help her. After elaborate preparation she casts her spell and the dog she gets is Aidan - at least when he arrives.

While it was a great story, there were parts that lagged and didn't keep my attention - even so it was a great read.

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