Diomere's Mercenary

Sabrina A. Fish
Diomere's Mercenary
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The Wild Rose Press
Release Date
September 2020
Book 3 of The Gate Keeper Chronicles
Fantasy Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance

Five Gates. Five Sisters. Five Very Different Men.

Once there were two worlds connected by five magical gates. Then the Gate Keepers closed the gates and disappeared. The Gate Keepers have returned.

Ripped from her home and sold to the mercenary guild as a child, Kardia Quinones overcame her father's betrayal and made a place for herself as a respected mercenary. Then war threatens her beloved guild and her homeland.

Sahir Mekala wakes after twenty-three years to find his people on the brink of war and his intended mate unwilling to accept him. But dragons are as stubborn as harpies and he'll let nothing stop him from claiming her.

When Kardia and Sahir find themselves working together, sparks fly. Despite Kardia's reluctance to ever trust another male, Sahir sets out to prove exactly how perfect the match between a dragon and harpy can be.

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Dec 05, 2020   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
29 people found the following review helpful
DIOMERE'S MERCENARY is the third book in the Gate Keeper Chronicles and this time it's Kardia's turn. Her mate actually met her many years ago but, as she was only a child, he went into a Long Sleep until she was ready. Now he has awoken and is prepared to meet his destiny. Pity Kardia doesn't feel the same.

Like with the first two books, there is a multitude of characters to get to know. For some reason though, it seemed like there were even more in this one, each with their own shapeshifting abilities, which led to some confusing moments.

Kardia was sold by her father when she was young to the Mercenary Guild where she makes her living. Even now, she still holds a grudge and isn't prepared to let go of said grudge, even when she finds out there might be more to it than meets her eye.

Although it was steamy between Sahir and Kardia, I found the emotions slightly lacking. Maybe because Kardia's emotions were set to anger as the default setting?

I did enjoy this book and think it's a good addition to the series. It just didn't tick as many boxes for me as the first two. I still can't wait for the next one! Recommended by me
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