In the heat of the moment, a Templar’s judgment is his last hope.
Mythical Knights Book 3
An Immortal Templar Knight, Sir Liam McCall is mandated to protect mortals from the mythicals of the world. Simple. Basic. He’s been doing it for seven hundred years, never once playing favorites.
Leeza Hunter changed all that. As a child, her accident-prone ways compelled him to keep her safe, if only from a distance. Now that she’s a woman, temptation is coming dangerously close to overriding his logic.
When Leeza meets the tall, hunky glassblower at the shop where she works, she’s immediately intrigued. After all, who goes by “sir” anything, anymore? Yet some crystalline connection tells her to trust him. And that trust opens up a whole other world full of dragons, vampires, and all sorts of things that go bump in the unseen night.
But in this world, even an immortal Templar Knight must choose a path. And as the mythicals get more aggressive, Liam could have no choice but to wield his judgment over life and death. Even when it comes to the woman he loves.
This book was previously published as Broken Shine.
Sir Liam was introduced earlier in the series and he intrigued me from the beginning. As a Templar Knight he has sworn to forsake all emotion in order to protect humans against mythicals and vice versa. What he didn’t expect was to meet the incredible Leeza. She was the child he met at a Renaissance Faire and has grown into a woman who is his weakness.
This fast paced, amazingly written, roller coaster ride of a story kept me on the edge of my seat! Candice Gilmer grabbed my attention from the first paragraph and did not let go until the end! The tie between Leeza and Liam was so intense and shocking….not to mention the ending!! Why do you make me want more and more and more, Ms. Gilmer? The entire cast of characters are so well thought out and develop that it is difficult not to feel like part of the story, watching from the outskirts like a creeper. And the action? So well done!
I simply can’t get enough of this series and the rest of the author’s stories. Job well done!