Her father branded a traitor, and sent
into the penal colony he once patrolled, Fay resigns herself
to joining him when it is time for her to verbalize her
choice. She just wishes that she had been a bit bolder where
hunter Janus was concerned. Fully aware of his prowess as both
a man and hunter, Fay refuses to do the one thing he demands
of her; submit.
Janus doesnít believe that Fayís father
committed treason and vows to protect her from unlawful
hunters desiring to capture her for their own. He has an
ulterior motive however because Fay is destined to be his.
She wonít accept it, she refuses to give him her submission,
but Janus wants her anyway. It will take a ton of patience
and many steamy encounters to make Fay completely his. Janus
canít wait to get started on the one woman who completes him.
Dawn Ryder has done it again. She has
written a novel of worth that I completely adored. Snatching
up Janusí Conquest on release day and I settled
in for what I hope would be a worthy continuation of her
hunter stories. I was not disappointed. Fay challenged Janus
at every turn and I found myself smiling more than once at his
acceptance of Fay, as well as the love he had for her. Fay is
stubborn, somewhat naÔve, but very loyal. Her love for both
her father and Janus was without falter and I like that in a
Janusí Conquest is a
perfect continuation of Dawn Ryderís world of hunters. I
enjoyed it immensely and am looking forward to future
installments. Ms. Ryderís style of writing makes you crave
everything she writes and I canít wait to see if Fayís father
gets his own story! Hurry Ms. Ryder! The wait is killing me!