Blackhawk doesn't believe in prophecy or destiny. Only
believing in the tangible, he is having a hard time grasping
the fact that he is in charge of helping save the entire
human race from evil once the Mayan clock counts down. A
computer programmer and games designer, Nate grew up alone
without anyone to teach him the legend of the Nightkeepers
and the task which they have been given. He is also having
a hard time keeping Alexis Gray at arm's length. While he
desires her, he knows that their passion for each other is
not the result of destiny but hormones. Nate soon learns
has grown up learning about the Mayan prophecy and the role
she is to play in the end of times. Believing in the
Nightkeepers, Alexis desires to be one of the best fighters
they have. She was born to this destiny and nothing is
going to stand in her way of fulfilling the prophecy handed
to her. Not even Nate Blackhawk, no matter how much she
every single word of this highly intelligent and action
filled world, I settled in for a nice long read. At 455
pages, Dawnkeepers is not a quick read, but it
is an amazing one. When Alexis and Nate first got together
in Nightkeepers, I knew these two enigmatic characters were
meant for each other. Nate fights his attraction every step
of the way – just like a man – and Alexis is leery but
unable to deny what her heart feels. Add in the new status
given to her by the gods and Nate was putty in her hands.
Their primitive passion and lust filled escapades were hot
A strong follow-up to Nightkeepers, Dawnkeepers
kept me glued to the pages of this magnificent book.
Terrific world building skills aside, Jessica Andersen is
just a fabulous story teller. She makes me feel as if I am
right there. I joyfully recommend Dawnkeepers!
Lovers of paranormal romance and urban fantasy will adore
this book! I know I did!