A Novel of the Final ProphecyBook - 2008
View our feature on Jessica Andersen’s Dawnkeepers.Though a Nightkeeper, Nate Blackhawk refuses to allow others to control his fate. The gods have even tried to influence his love life, sending him visions of Alexis Gray, a sleek blonde who is everything he’s ever wanted in a woman.
The two warriors can’t deny their attraction. But a frightening vision leads Nate to distance himself in spite of the intense passion he feels. Thrown together once more, they must reassemble seven Mayan artifacts that hold the key to preventing the end of the world…
Baker & Taylor
Nightkeeper Nate Blackhawk needs to find the seven Mayan artifacts that hold the key to defeating the demons and teams up with Alexis Gray, a Nightkeeper in training and his destined mate, who will do anything to prove herself.
Nightkeeper Nate Blackhawk, in order to find seven Mayan artifacts that hold the key to defeating the demons, must team up with Alexis Gray, a Nightkeeper in training and his destined mate, who will do anything to prove herself. Original.
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This is my favorite "Keeper" book of the three that are out. There's just soemthing about Nate that I love!! He's "the one" for me. And him and Alexis...Mmmmm. I love it when he's calling her Lexie, the secret nick-name he used with her when they were in bed together. Nate's tender, but still a hard-a**. And I like how he and Alexis spar with each other and continue to fight their growing attraction, only to succumb in the end. On another note, I thought the ending was cheesy and somewhat stupid. I like Nate's ultimate power, but Alexis' power was a bit disappointing. Also, there is still a lot of world-building going on in this book - and sometimes the historical and ritualistic significance is a bit complex and overwhelming. But overall, I look forward to the continuation of this series.
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