Warrior Unleashed (Mythrian Realm, Book 1.5)
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Nothing is more dangerous than an unleashed warrior.
When Sentinels, an elite group of warriors, begin dying under mysterious circumstances, the deaths are believed to be unrelated but Achaius Rilke knows the truth. As a panther Chimerae, he recognizes the signs of a predator...even an unpredictable one. No one is safe and the only person Achaius can trust is Saia Makan, a Tempestuous Sorceri and the very person who has driven him crazy for years. When the killer sets its sight on Saia, Achaius faces the fight of his life.
But will he survive?
had fallen through the gashes in the leather. "Come on, we need to get you to the healers." Her shirt was a lost cause, so he ripped it away to get a better look. Blood flowed over his hands and his panther paced in his mind, unsettled by the coppery scent. The wound was jagged, embedded with filth, but he couldn't see bone. Harpy talons were razor sharp, more than capable of flaying her wide open. She'd gotten lucky, he noted. The cuts were deep, but he didn't think there'd be any lasting
understand." "Damn, this bond is going to take some adjusting." Saia hadn't realized she was thinking that loud. "So? Have any ideas on how to turn yourself into the sacrificial lamb?" For all his snapping, it was impossible to miss the undercurrents of worry. She reached up, placing her hands on his cheeks. "Achaius, I have no intentions of letting this guy win and every intention of driving you insane for many, many years to come." He sighed as he leaned forward, his forehead pressed to
you're not in the middle of confronting a madwoman. Amused at the blasé way he'd spoken, Saia found herself struggling to hide a smile. Something told her Talina wouldn't find it as funny. Returning focus to her cousin, she took a calculated risk. "All of this talk about how you're superior to the Sentinels, yet the reality is you've always been jealous, haven't you?" Goading the woman may not be the wisest maneuver, but her options were limited at the moment. Talina's creamy complexion turned
could sense fluctuations in the Nexus, but this was unlike anything she'd ever felt. "Mother Night, the Nexus is... I think it's tearing." Surges continued to buffet her, a pounding headache beginning at the base of her skull. "My men can guard the entrance, though I doubt she could escape anyway," Aries said. Indecision warred within her. All of her instincts screamed at the thought of leaving Talina here, but what choice did they have? With each passing second, she could feel the Nexus
the air itself undulated, flashing runes appearing around a growing tear. "Mother Night. Achaius, look at the Nexus. It's ripping. A new gateway is forming," Saia said in disbelief. They stared, dumbfounded, as the opening widened, flashes of a strange city appearing. Tall buildings covered in glass rose from flat, black roads. People ran, screaming in terror and pain. It had to be the Human Realm, yet it made no sense. The hazy form of a wendigo, its dull, smoky gray skin stretched thin over