Fantasy Knights 2: Endless Love by Marilyn Lee

Fantasy Knights Series

Loose Id

Paranormal Erotic Romance, I/R

ISBN: 978-1-59632-930-0

Reviewed by Patrice F.



From the first moment Erin sees Aleksander Storm, she is drawn to him.  She struggles against this intense attraction because for as long as she can remember, Erin has always longed for the man who haunts her dreams. Her fantasy lover is an ebony prince whose tenderness and love have been constant.  Aleksander is cast from an entirely different mold; he is fair with light eyes and hair and surrounded by a cloud of mystery she cannot seem to penetrate.  He represents uncertainty, and Erin would rather cling to her dream man than to open her heart to a stranger she is not sure she can trust.

Aleksander has waited centuries for Erin. He refuses to give up on winning her without a fight.  It is time for her to let go of her past; in order for her to do that she must accept him into her heart and life.  Aleksander will do whatever it takes to win the woman he loves.

Fantasy Knights 2: Endless Love carries a denser plotline with a generous heaping of angst.  Whereas Fantasy Knights was compounded with a double, sometimes triple, helping of sex, this second installment draws out the sexual tension between Erin and Aleksander, as the past, present and future are explored.  Aleksander is most definitely wearing the Marilyn Lee mega Alpha Male stamp, and Erin rises to meet him while melting in sweet surrender to his possessive demands.  The best part is that Erin is forced to own up to her mistakes when she gets a taste of her own medicine. Yikes! I almost felt sorry for her but allís well that ends well.  Occasionally, the dialogue was a bit over the top but it added to the fun and fervor.  Ms. Lee has moments when she works her magic and the confrontations between the characters ring true.  This second book proves that the author has taken further steps to ensure that her Fantasy Knights series will remain captivating while keeping its edge.


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