Forged: The World of Nightwalkers - Jacquelyn Frank

Katrina Haynes finds an injured man near her remote home and nurses him back to health. 


Three-hundred-and-fifty-two-year-old  Scottish Gargoyle, Ahnvil, is injured after escaping from the Templars. He awakens to an intriguing woman.  A storm is preventing him from getting home to his touchstone, which is needed to maintain his life.


Jacquelyn Frank did a great job with the characters.  I love that you could always tell when Ahnvil was speaking because of the Scottish dialect.  He was even a bit rough around the edges, which is appropriate for an old gargoyle.  I really like Ahnvil.  He has become one of my favorite Nightwalker characters.


Katrina is suffering from a rare disease that makes her feel self-conscious around others.  She has never felt like she fit in.  Having a medical background it is no wonder why she took Ahnvil in.  She is a good person with a warm heart.  I enjoyed the chemistry between the two characters.  They were definitely entertaining.


Forged has a great plot with some unexpected surprises.  Old characters make appearances, and new characters are introduced into the series; making the story more enriching.  I really enjoy The World of Nightwalkers.  It is a creative realm with lots of excitement.  Some interesting things happened in Forged that will affect future books in the series.  I look forward to reading what happens next.


Complimentary copy provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.