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Kissed by Water: The Watchtower Chronicles 3 by [Jenkins, Delwyn]
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Charlotte McLaren is tired of being the good girl.



She wants to be strong and decisive, as powerful and independent as the other members of her Quatre. She wants to join in the fight against their enemy and to do that she is going to have to step up – big time.



Tristan, Watchtower Knight, has spent three agonizing months locked in a hell of dark magic, from which he emerges a changed man. No longer fun and carefree, there is a darkness in him now that stalks and prowls, just waiting to get out. A darkness he needs to keep away from everyone, including the lovely Charlotte.



But the water Witch seems determined to lure him with her innocence and make demands he's not sure he can fulfill. His honor demands he walk away, but his heart already knows it's too late ...



Perfect for fans of Nalini Singh and Christine Feehan.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 322 pages
  • Publisher: Momentum (24 September 2015)
  • Sold by: Macmillan (AU)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QSUL9R4
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Ever since Tristan got struck by the darkness of Maleus he has spent many months in pain and agony. During his dark coma Charlotte has done everything in her power do get Tristan back. She slips into the infirmary every night to heal him and to help him find his way back to his family.

Charlotte has always been the shy girl in their Quatre. Before she came to the collegium she lived by her parents' rules, but now she is ready to find her own self. Ever since Kam and Mycah fulfilled their quickening their power is off the charts. To stay a full functioning Quatre Charlotte has to go through this ritual as well. She only has to find her perfect Watchtower Knight to help her.

When Tristan wakes up he struggles with the darkness that still lingers inside him. Charlotte is so pure and sweet and he's trying so hard to keep his distance because the last thing he wants is to hurt her. Does he still has a choice when Maleus is trying hard to breach the wards of the collegium?

Ever since I read the first book in The Watchtower Chronicles I fell in love with The Watchtower Knights and their witches. All of the girls are strong and independent witches who won't back down for anything. They are so skilled and creative and will do anything to protect what's theirs. Every story pulls the reader into their magical world and the struggles that they have to deal with. Even at every dark incident and sadness there's one thing that stands out above all and that is the love that the witches share with their Knights.

Delwyn Jenkins is in my top 15 of books of 2015 and it wouldn't surprise me if she'd be on this year's list as well.

As we now merry part, know that we shall merry meet again. Go in Peace and in Love.
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Can't wait for the next one! I love these girls and their hunky men. I loved the story that is not lost among the sexy scenes. Great read.
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HASH(0xbc48b24c) out of 5 stars HLB Reviews Kissed by Water 6 October 2015
By Home. Love. Books. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
So I picked up this book because I love books about witches, I may have gotten a little warn out with the whole vampire thing in paranormal books, but witches and shifters are my favorites to read about. Plus with this book it seemed like from the synopsis it seemed like our hero would be coming out of a bad place, and I love having kind of a darker hero in books.

So while the premise of the book was super intriguing for me, I think this is a book that has to be read in order. I haven’t read the other books in the series, and honestly it took me a long time to really feel like I had a handle on what was going on. The author does try to fill you in on everything without having to do any info dumps on you, but like I said it takes a while to really get a good grasp on everything.

So this book has a lot of intrigue and build up, and I think if I had read the other two books, then I would be able to say with certainty that this is a very intricate plot line, one that is definitely interesting to read. When you start the book you have Tristan being basically held hostage in his mind, he’s in a magically induced coma and pretty much everyone has given up on him. Except of course for our heroine, Charlotte. Charlotte sneaks out, puts herself through some series situations to bring back Tristan from the hell he is trapped in.

I have to say I did like Charlotte, she’s has kind of interesting personality. She comes of as kind of sweet and meek almost, but the reality is much different, she’s strong, and more powerful then I think most people give her credit for. I liked how devoted she was to getting Tristan back. She grew up in such a different environment then most, she was intentionally pretty sheltered growing up, and coming to the college has really opened her eyes and allowed her to become the person she wants to be. She's still trying to find a way, and experiences some serious push back from her family, but she's a pretty cool chick.

Now Tristan, well he's, interesting to be sure. I don't want to say to much about him because I don't want to ruin any of the plot, and really I think if you are a fan of this series you will appreciate how this book progresses. So when we first see Tristan in this book, he is in rough shape, but thankfully that doesn't last too long and Charlotte brings him back. I have to say I felt kind of bad for him with how the medical staff was treating him once he woke up, it really made me wonder what was going on under the surface. Tristan was every bit the stoic knight you would expect him to be, but he also had moments of tenderness and he could be funny too.

While I like some of the characters in this book, I have to say that for me I really needed to read the first two books. But if you are a fan of this series, then without a doubt you should read this book and I think you will like it, so go check it out.
HASH(0xbc4ff708) out of 5 stars Devoured this book! 3 April 2016
By Anniek Snowroses - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Ever since Tristan got struck by the darkness of Maleus he has spent many months in pain and agony. During his dark coma Charlotte has done everything in her power do get Tristan back. She slips into the infirmary every night to heal him and to help him find his way back to his family.

Charlotte has always been the shy girl in their Quatre. Before she came to the collegium she lived by her parents' rules, but now she is ready to find her own self. Ever since Kam and Mycah fulfilled their quickening their power is off the charts. To stay a full functioning Quatre Charlotte has to go through this ritual as well. She only has to find her perfect Watchtower Knight to help her.

When Tristan wakes up he struggles with the darkness that still lingers inside him. Charlotte is so pure and sweet and he's trying so hard to keep his distance because the last thing he wants is to hurt her. Does he still has a choice when Maleus is trying hard to breach the wards of the collegium?

Ever since I read the first book in The Watchtower Chronicles I fell in love with The Watchtower Knights and their witches. All of the girls are strong and independent witches who won't back down for anything. They are so skilled and creative and will do anything to protect what's theirs. Every story pulls the reader into their magical world and the struggles that they have to deal with. Even at every dark incident and sadness there's one thing that stands out above all and that is the love that the witches share with their Knights.

Delwyn Jenkins is in my top 15 of books of 2015 and it wouldn't surprise me if she'd be on this year's list as well.

As we now merry part, know that we shall merry meet again. Go in Peace and in Love.
HASH(0xbc50c2f4) out of 5 stars A fabulous third installment to a wonderful series. I loved it! 24 September 2015
By April - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Review courtesy of April Hollingworth

This is the third book in the phenomenal, The Watchtower Chronicles, and I loved it. Each book can be read as a standalone, but to be honest, each book is so brilliant and reverting that to only read one, you would be seriously missing out on the highly addictive series. Delwyn Jenkins has managed to create a series that is both enthralling and completely addictive. Hail to the Watchtower Chronicals, and I can’t wait for the next book in this series.

Opening Scene:

Lost.
Tristan didn’t know how long he’d been caged in the dark.

The Review:

Charlotte McLaren is determined to step up and take control of her magic and destiny. She is tired of being classified as the god girl who needs protecting. Determined to become as powerful and independent as the other members of her Quatre, she is ready to join the fight against their enemy. But to do so, she’s going to have to step up-big time.
Watchtower Knight Tristan, has spent the last three months locked inside an agonizing hell of dark magic and pain. Emerging from this nightmare as a changed man. No longer fun and carefree, he’s wary of the darkness inside him, that prowls about waiting to be released and threatening his fellow Knights and the Quarter of witches that have become family, especially the lovely water-witch Charlotte.
But Charlotte is determined to claim him as hers. To seduce the seducer with her innocence, and make demands of him he’s not sure he can fulfill. After all he knows he should keep away from her to protect her from his darkness. Now all he has to do is convince Charlotte and himself.

Notable Scene:

Wow. He’d been awake for thirty seconds and he’d already managed to feel her up, insult her, and then blame her for his actions. Riding the righteous indignation that surged up inside her, Charlotte shoved at him again.
“Don’t you dare blame me, Tristan. You’re a grown man in charge of your own impulses.” The minute he released her she scrambled off the bed, tugging at her skirts that were trapped under his body.
He looked at her and Charlotte could see him struggling to focus. “I’m not a man,” he slurred, “I’m a f***ing Watchtower Knight.” Then his eyes rolled back and he slumped onto the bed.
Charlotte stared at him, heart racing with anger and something else she didn’t want to name. Her breath heaved in and out of her lungs as though she’d run a marathon, and her legs wouldn’t quite take her weight.
Despite being shocked and confused, one thought kept circling around in her mind. He was back. Somehow Tristan had managed to free himself from his dark prison and return to her intact. She had no doubt he’d be his old self again in no time, and that was her second miracle for the evening.
She’d done a lot of research on coma patients, and what had just happened was so atypical the healers would want to write papers on it. No man should come out of a four-month coma cogent enough to have a conversation, let alone be able to melt a woman’s bones. It wasn’t right, it wasn’t normal, and it sure as heck wasn’t fair. But it was very Tristan.

FTC Advisory: Momentum through NetGalley provided me with a copy of Kissed by Water by Delwyn Jenkins my review. Published through Momentum. Kindle Edition. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.
HASH(0xbc50c1c8) out of 5 stars Loved this installment 10 October 2015
By Majorly Delicious - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
"Kissed by Water", the third installment of The Watchtower Chronicles, starts where Claimed by Earth (book #3) ended and focuses on the Charlotte and Tristan.

Tristan, a Watchtower Knight, was once known as a carefree womanizer but after months trapped in a coma of dark magic for three agonizing months he wakes up to find himself changed. No longer carefree, Tristan is hiding a secret, there is a dark power lurking within him, and he is afraid of what will come if this power is ever released. However, how is he supposed to walk away from the beautiful water witch Charlotte who fought to save him.

Charlotte has always been the quite and caring type. She has always been looked at by her family and peers as a "good girl" who is meek and needs protecting. Hell bent on changing her ways and the way everyone look at her, Charlotte is set on becoming the next witch in the Quatre to complete the quickening. The best way to do this is to convince Tristan to become her partner even if that means she must seduce the well know womanizer himself.

I really enjoyed the dynamic between Charlotte and her sisters and Tristan and Charlotte are just hot together. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys paranormal romance novels.

I received an eARC of this book compliments of the publisher for my honest review and opinion. All ratings and opinions stated are my own.
HASH(0xbc4fff18) out of 5 stars Kissed by Water is the third book in The Watchtower ... 6 October 2015
By Stephanie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Kissed by Water is the third book in The Watchtower Chronicles by Delwyn Jenkins, which continues from the end of Claimed by Earth and delves into the relationship between Charlotte and Tristan. There has been much progress in character development and the characters have grown into their roles.

Caring, quiet Charlotte is unwavering in her determination to help save Tristan. With this determination, comes a need to become independent and powerful as the other member’s of her Quatre. Set on becoming the next witch in the Quatre to complete the Quickening to help fight the lurking evil, Charlotte attempts to convince Tristan with innocence and prowess that can’t be denied, that he should be her partner.

Carefree, womanizing Tristan finds himself in a dark, torturous coma for months on end. Upon waking from the coma, Tristan’s lightheartedness has faded away and there is a lingering darkness. Determined to walk away from Charlotte despite all she has done for him proves to be the hardest thing Tristan has ever done.

Can Tristan overcome the darkness and will Charlotte become the confident, strong woman she believes she can be?

Looking forward to Amelia’s story. I received this book from the author via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 4/5 stars