Monday, November 15, 2010

Review: Crowning A Warrior King by Diana Castilleja

Crowning A Warrior King
Diana Castilleja

Paranormal Romance / Fantasy

Life has been calm and quiet for Aran for almost seven years since moving into Banter. She is a prosperous business owner, has friends, and helps those in need without question. Yet a delivery of a mysterious jewel encrusted box changes all of that for her in an instant.

Not only is the mysterious box enchanted, revealing someone knows of her deepest secrets, it imprisons a man unlike any other. Bold, fearsome, strong. A warrior from a place she's never heard of, a land she's never known. And the most glaring fact to his arrival is she is the only one with the knowledge to set him free, with a magic he cannot trust.

Rordan must return to the kingdom of Eglandor to stop the wicked sorceress who has imprisoned him, deliver the throne to King Tah-lel's appointed heir, and fulfill his destiny with the woman from another time, another world. And there's only so much time to do it all with the King's health failing and an uprising from within only waiting for the moment to claim the throne.





After reading the first chapter I wanted more so I bought the book and am so glad I did. The romance between Rordan and Aran was pretty steamy and so sweet and innocent. Rordan always said the right words when whispering into Aran’s ear, it literally made me melt especially when he says stuff like this –

"Aran, if I have only one moment of my life, one day to remember, I want it to be with you."

When a man like Rordan is described as a mountain on two legs and sexy as hell as well as given to Aran in a small box, Aran doesn’t know what to do with him. All I can say is - I need to have a little talk with her – LOL. No for real, Aran is such a good witch and is so caring and full of passion towards other beings that she makes it her destiny to free Rordan from the wicked spell that has entrapped him in this box for an eternity to only serve the master who owns the box and opens it.

This is a must read just to live through the journey going through the parallel time period into the world of Eglandor where Fairies and human live side by side and magic is alive at its best. Witness the power Aran yields against the wicked sorceress and how she helps put her man Rordan on the throne. This was a very short 129 pages and was a very enjoyable read.


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