Resenting the Hero

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Penguin, Feb 28, 2006 - Fiction - 304 pages
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In a realm beset by natural disasters, only the magical abilities of the bonded Pairs—Source and Shield—make the land habitable and keep the citizenry safe. The ties that bind them are far beyond the relationships between lovers or kin—and last their entire lives…

Whether they like it or not.

Since she was a child, Dunleavy Mallorough has been nurturing her talents as a Shield, preparing for her day of bonding. Unfortunately, fate decrees Lee’s partner to be the legendary, handsome, and unbearably self-assured Lord Shintaro Karish. Sure, he cuts a fine figure with his aristocratic airs and undeniable courage. But Karish’s popularity and notoriety—in bed and out—make him the last Source Lee ever wanted to be stuck with.

The duo is assigned to High Scape, a city so besieged by disaster that seven bonded pairs are needed to combat it. But when an inexplicable force strikes down every other Source and Shield, Lee and Karish must put aside their differences in order to defeat something even more unnatural than their reluctant affections for each other…

 

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User Review  - camibrite - LibraryThing

In a bookstore, the cover art would have sent me running as far away as possible. It is beyond bad. But this story was fun and a solid read! I love the two main characters, and it's an interesting ... Read full review

Review: Resenting the Hero (Hero #1)

User Review  - Lewcy Duck - Goodreads

Dunleavy Mallorogh, the heroine of this series does not know she is the hero. Through seven whole books, as she rescues her "hero", from kidnappings and does all sorts of powerful and heroic deeds ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter
Chapter
Chapter Four
Chapter
Chapter Nine
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Eighteen
Chapter Twenty
Chapter Twentytwo
Chapter Twentyfour
Chapter Twentysix
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Moira J. Moore lives in Ontario, Canada.

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