Kahtar: Warrior Of The Ages
Eternity didn't prepare Kahtar to battle for a woman's heart…
Kahtar Constantine knows the ropes. Serve, obey, die, and repeat. Haunted by his immortal past and bound to his clan, this time around his duty is to ensure anyone wandering into Willowyth doesn’t stay long—and the entire police force is in on it.
Beth White is irresistibly drawn to the idyllic village. Thrilled to find a place she can call home and run her business, she stubbornly ignores the quirky locals and their efforts to force her out of town.
Everything changes the night crazed intruders break into her shop. Beth is thrown into a world of clans and cults, where the police carry swords and heal gunshot wounds with prayer, and she wants nothing more than to escape.
Forced to take his clan’s first prisoner, Kahtar finds his black and white world breached by the loud and colorful 21st century. As the clan uncovers Beth’s secrets, for the first time the warrior of the ages finds himself heart to heart with a foe he can’t defeat—the truth.
Where is truth and honor when worlds collide?
The Covenant Keepers,
Page Count: 300
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"Kahtar: Warrior of the Ages" is a fantastic opening book to the series, featuring engaging characters and a plot line that made me sorry to step out of it. SR Karfelt expertly creates a world within a world of Covenant Keepers, living beside the modern world, invoking touches of the folklore of the faery land of Underhill woven in with Christian mythology. The characters are plausible and well-developed, drawing you in to share Beth’s frustration and Kahtar’s conflict, personifying a collision of cultures between the punk rock of the new world and the ancient and hidden traditions of the Arcs. I can’t recommend this book highly enough; humour, action and an enticing world make it an entrancing read.
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Winner: Finalist, "Urban Fantasy" 2015
Winner: Finalist, "Cross-Genre" 2015
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