A Warrior's Heart: Marastin Dow Warriors Book 1.1

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Only the most ruthless Marastin Dow are allowed to live, and Evetta and Hanine have murdered enough of their own to stay alive, but they desperately want a different life. When they meet two human brothers fighting for their lives, the sisters are in agreement: this alliance could be their only chance.
Brimming with S.E. Smith’s signature humor, vivid landscapes, and beloved characters! More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more Online Reader
About S.E. Smith

S. E. Smith is an award-winning author of New York Times, USA Today, and internationally bestselling science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, and contemporary works for adults, young adults, and children. She enjoys writing a wide variety of genres that pull her readers into worlds that take them away.Readers can check out her website at http://sesmithfl.com.

Read S.E. Smith's Smashwords Interview
Learn more about S.E. Smith
About the Series: Marastin Dow Warriors
A Spartan type species that are known for their pirating of space ships and their mercenary behavior. A group of rebels are rising up to overthrow the current leaders in order to bring peace and change for their people.

Also by This Author


Jonel Boyko reviewed on on April 10, 2016

What an intense story! Smith mixes action with adventure and genuine people with emotions in this quick yet rewarding read. The plot is suspenseful and wrought with danger. She also developed a romance so hot that I think I saw steam coming from my ereader at one point. I enjoyed this look at the culture and beliefs of the Marastin Dow & the growing resistance of the few. I found this beginning in the shift of a cultural paradigm almost as intriguing as the fantastic character that Smith has falling in love throughout the tale.

This is one of those rare tales that had me so captivated throughout that I have very few words to express it now. It’s both a brilliant intro into Smith’s work and the perfect segue into a new and demanding culture
(review of free book)
Pih Lee Tan reviewed on on Jan. 4, 2016

Was good for a free book
(review of free book)
Report this book