By Gabriella.Hewitt On Mar 20 2012, 12:15 am
Tagged as Apocolypse
, Aztec mythology
, Gabriella Hewitt
, Out of the Shadows
, Paranormal Romance
, Shadow Visions
, Shadow Warriors
There is something fierce and dangerous about a man with rippling, sinewy muscles that contract and bulge underneath perfectly tanned skin.
Most definitely there is something intoxicating and alluring about an enigmatic man with a wicked grin and supernatural power.
What is it about a dark and deadly man that makes a woman’s heart palpitate?
Even more sexy is a man that is unafraid to express himself and knows how to accessorize, especially with feathers.
That right, I said it!
Take a look at these men. I dare you to tell me that there isn’t something stimulating and very primal about a man that can rock a loin cloth, feather and animal skins.
The bravest of Aztec warriors, jaguar and eagle warriors were the most feared. Jaguar warriors were identifiable by the jaguar skins they wore over their entire body, with only their faces showing from within the jaguar head. The eagle Aztec warriors, on the other hand, wore feathered helmets.
Shadow Warriors are the bravest and most elite of all Aztec warriors. Men who vowed to never retreat from battle and gave their motal and immortal lives to serve the Sun god, Huitzilopotchuli. Their immortal souls intertwined with thier animal spirit, they forever chase down the demons that threaten to destory humanity, in hopes that someday they will find their spirit-mate and roam the earth once more as a man.
When the last shadow warrior falls, so will all humanity.
Shadow Warriors, Book 2
A shadow warrior on a mission, Manuel must track down a demon who is sacrificing women marked with hummingbird tattoos. He is in danger of losing his humanity to his eagle spirit until he comes across Ixa Reyes, a beautiful San Diego detective working on the same case, who also bears the mark of the Aztec sun god. She is his salvation and redemption from a past filled with failure. Only she wants nothing to do with him or her heritage.
When a demon kidnaps her grandfather, the wind god, they must work together to save him and all mankind. Manuel has twenty-four hours to help Ixa control her elemental power over wind—that is if he can control his own desires to claim her body and soul. Because if he should fail this time, the god of war will usher in a new era filled with blood and destruction such as the world has never known.
This story contains an ancient Aztec warrior struggling to control the beast within, a heroine more than able to match his strength, demons out for their very souls, and a battle that may very well determine the fate of all humanity.