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    Loved it!

    The story was pretty compelling from start to finish. The description of Kathryn's travel to get to Oberon was described so well that I could easily envision the scenery. The storyline was well thought out and I enjoyed the side characters immensely. I loved Kathryn's character. She was a very strong heroine. Smart, respectable and made reasonable decisions which you would expect from a physician. I enjoyed her fights with Oberon. She really stood her ground when it was needed. King Oberon had two faces in this book. You get to see the cold and unfeeling man who is poisoned by magic needle and the Oberon he was before and after the assassination attempt. He was beloved by his people and he loved his people with equal fervor. As a hero, I loved his intensity towards Kathryn. This was so good. I was a bit worried I wouldn't be able to follow along since I haven't read book 1 or 2 but I had no issues at all. You learn right away what happens to King Oberon and why Dr. Kathryn Shaw was needed. Granted, this has just made me want to read the first two books even more. I also loved the appearance from Dragos!
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    Fantastic!

    What an epic conclusion to this fantastic trilogy. Thea never disappoints. Ever. In this book we finally get Oberon's story. I have been longing for this story since his character was first mentioned. Thea always manages to create such vivid worlds, complex and developed characters and absolutely gripping stories You don't want to miss this one.
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    Wonderful conclusion

    Ms. Harrison has done it again with Lionhart! The third installment of the Moonshadow trilogy focuses on King Oberon and Dr. Kathryn Shaw. Oberon is a smart and intense hero who is complemented by Kathryn’s clever and strong heroine. They have wonderful chemistry together! I immensely enjoyed Lionhart and recommend the complete trilogy to fans.
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    Loved it!

    Lionheart is Dr. Kathryn Shaw & Oberon’s story. I love romance themes containing enemies to lovers and this story did not disappoint! It’s compelling from the start with Dr. Shaw playing a strong professional female lead and of course Oberon the strong alpha pushy dominant male. Their chemistry draws you in. A great story that I didn’t want to put down.
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    Wow!

    Thea Harrison's “Lionheart” (ARC) returns to the world of the Elder Races, and is the third in the series beginning with “Moonshadow” and “Spellbinder”. It features characters we have seen before in several of her Elder Races books, King Oberon and Dr Kathryn Shaw. Oberon is the awesomely powerful King of the Dark Fae Court. Despite being in a coma for hundreds of years, his magical Power still endangers his entire realm and people, the Other land Lyonesse. Dr Shaw is a dedicated and very skilled Wyr physician, who has played a part in previous stories featuring Dragos, the Lord of the Wyr, and the Sentinel Aryal. I have to tell you all that this book was amazing. I absolutely loved it and I couldn't put it down! Oberon has been waiting for his story for a long time, and he meets his match is the strong and determined Kathryn Shaw. Like Thea Harrison says in the novel, the Dark Court has a lot of heavy baggage, a long history of tangled grudges and ancient resentments. The injured puck Robin returns in this story, with his own loyalties and need for revenge. Oberon's cousin Annwyn has been working to keep the realm alive for many long years, and now that the crossover passageways to Lyonesse are open, she determines that Dr Shaw is the best chance of healing Oberon. I can't say much more without invoking spoilers, but I loved Kathryn Shaw's strong character—practical yet fiery, able to disconcert and challenge the most powerful creatures in any realm.
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