Monday, November 26, 2012


Title: Panahasi
Author: Lynn Hagen
Publisher: Siren Bookstrand
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ISBN/BIN: 978-1-62241-518-2
Genre: {M/M/M} Contemporary Paranormal Series
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Dragon Minx

It’s been ten millennia since Panahasi made a deal with the Keeper, resulting in the creation of the demon warriors. As their leader he’s had a solitary life and every year it gets harder to keep going without a mate to share his life with. Panahai’s lonely and has almost given up hope until he accidently meets two wolf shifters, Casey and Drake. That doesn’t mean everything is smooth sailing for the trio because Jaden, his universal counterpart, will stop at nothing to harm his mates.

Drake and Casey grew up together in foster care and love each other deeply but when they meet Panahasi on a dark road they’re surprised, but accept that he’s their mate without question. They’ve stood by each other through all kinds of trouble and aren’t certain how their sexy new mate will change their relationship, especially when they learn that his secret could kill them all.

Panahasi is the newest release in Lynn Hagan’s entertaining Demon Warrior series. Because of the many returning characters, I recommend the books be read in order.

I’ve been wondering about Panahasi since Hondo, so I was happy he was the featured demon in this new release. I mean he’s the big bad leader of the demon warriors, so how can he not be interesting? Getting to know him brings all kinds of unexpected ancient historical background information into the story, which really enriches it. The details are not just about Panahasi but about the formation of the demon warriors—it fills in some of the holes and answer questions bugging me since the series began. Panahasi’s a unique individual with the weight of the world on his shoulders. Finding his mates gives him the greatest gift but also the greatest burden—keeping his mates alive.

That brings Drake and Casey into the story. They have an interesting personal story, totally interwoven since childhood. I like these two and they’re perfect for Panahasi, but certainly not easy to control. As you might imagine, with so much going on, this is the longest of the series to date and you’ll find action, danger and twists scattered throughout its fast-paced plot. Never fear you’ll have lots of chances to see the other warriors too. There’s even a big shocker at the end about Panahasi’s offspring. I think you’ll be as surprised as I was.

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