Without Regret is the first in the Sentinel series. I was happy to find all the characters I enjoyed in the Pyte Series book Tall Dark & Lonely. Without Regret is Chris’s story and since I fell in love with his character in TD&L, I was very excited to read about him again. I’m quite sure Ms. Mathewson was tired of me emailing her wanting to know when Chris’s book was going to be published.
Chris has stepped into his Sentinel duties and I enjoyed reading about him now that he’s all grown up. I found Without Regret to be highly emotional and at times heartbreaking. Mathewson’s writing style has the ability to draw you into her story easily and made it very difficult for me to put this book down until I couldn’t keep my eyes open any longer. Each and every character is well developed and their interactions with each other are so real it grabs your emotions so you find yourself laughing, crying, and biting your nails right alongside them.
While you could read this first book in the Sentinel series I would highly recommend you read Tall Dark & Lonely: Pyte Series before you read Without Regret. I think it would make it much easier to understand the history and emotions behind the characters which is an integral part to this story.
Chris Williams is used to making sacrifices. For years he’s done his duty by his family and his calling as he awaited the one person that was meant for him. When she finally came into his life she was nothing like the woman he’d expected. Instead of being the warrior ready to help him protect his family and the humans under his care he got…..
A computer geek named Isabella, who somehow managed to get her name on every Master’s hit list. One minute she admits that she’d made a foolish mistake and the next she’s kidnapped, held hostage by a crazy cult who steals her chocolate and she’s sure is after her program, a program she has no plans on giving up anytime soon. As she tries to keep her wits about her the sexiest man she’s ever seen claims her, only he doesn’t seem to happy about it. It’s clear that he doesn’t want her, but the stubborn man just won’t let her go even when it’s clear that he may not have a choice.