SWORD AND SHADOW
January 30, 2007
Romance Paranormal Science Fantasy
Rating: 4 Cups
Raven has a hard-earned reputation as chief caretaker for the city. Stumbling upon advanced weapons that should not exist in their area, he must report it to the base, meaning calling in a TAU agent.
Valerie Winn takes her job seriously but one thing she hates is a spider. Putting her on assignment with legendary Raven is about to push some buttons.
Bound to live for an eternity, trapped inside an ageless teenager exterior, Raven is married to his job. An Earth war hero, he has some clout being a high-ranking Sasha agent. Given a TAU woman agent to work with soon pits him against a female with a few exasperating actions. On her way to meet the Sash agent Val runs into some twisted characters when she goes through the worldgate. As she gets ready for the interrogations, Raven enters. All she sees in him is a Vampire, toting twin automatic pistols, wearing a trench coat, and a dead giveaway. Raven is not too impressed with Val, who can be quite infuriating at times. The two must put any differences aside to try to stop the infiltrating of the deadly weaponry. There is just one minor problem, the closer they work in proximity, the attraction they share becomes quite heated for the other.
Sword and Shadow is a read that will keep the reader glued to their seat. I loved the description of Raven. He has a chemistry that sears the pages. I loved the interaction between Raven and Val. Not only the dialogue between them is fantastic but their sex appeal makes the read interesting. Saje Williams creates a stirring read that kept this reader glued from the first page to the last. He allows the reader to feel a part of the action of this amazing adventure.
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