Set in a fantasy world, which loosely
resembles medieval times, with a few special weapons. Katya
has been chosen to be the ‘bride’ of a warrior. In this
society the Guardians control all, by controlling the warriors
from birth to death, and the warriors are the protectors of
the land. They require that every so often a young maiden be
given the ‘honor’ of becoming a warriors bride, once wed they
are never again seen by the villagers.
Katya is terrified and has not asked for
this ‘honor’ nor is she going to be easily won over. But,
what she finds in Turan is different than what she expected.
Turan is stunned with the beauty that is
brought to his cell. He is fascinated with the stories she
tells about villages and families etc. But, his ingrained
training is hard to overcome. Will his feelings for Katya
start a change that will free them all, or will the training
The Warriors Gift was a
wonderful story of new love and survival. I enjoyed how the
author challenged the reader to see how there is good in most
people, and that it can blossom if given the proper care.
Bonnie does a wonderful job in creating a fantasy historical
story that you could image having taken place somewhere in
Europe long ago. The Warriors Gift is a
wonderful addition to the genre.