by Teresa Gabelman
Series: The Protectors #7
Pub. Date: Aug. 18, 2015
After a devastating blow, the VC Warriors find themselves fighting, but not an enemy they can see. Their power and expertise alone cannot save the ones they love.
Breaking new and old laws, one Warrior is determined to save his mate no matter the consequences, but will his mate agree to be his downfall.
No Warrior or main character was seriously injured during the writing of this book.
Wow. This is a hard review to write. I am afraid of talking about the story or plot because I can't figure out how to do it without giving spoilers. So I will just say that this is somewhat of an interim novella, it is not a love story of a single couple. Slade and Jill feature heavily in this installment, as do Jax and Caroline. But its not either of "their" stories as a couple if that makes sense. Of course we still get bits and pieces from other warriors and their mates, plus we get two new characters - Blaze and Hunter. Hunter is a crossover from the Lee County Wolves series, and he made me want to jump over and read Forbidden Hunger.
This story was a bit of a tearjerker, so make sure to have your tissues ready. The warriors and their mates are going through something pretty heavy, and it was touch and go there for a while as to how it would play out. I do feel like the story jumped around a bit, but once the action got going I did not notice it quite as much. I like that this series has an overarching storyline that continues to move forward with each warrior finding his/her fated mate while still fighting the bad guys. I think Jax and Caroline are up next... but I am really looking forward to Sloan's book.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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Teresa Gabelman is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the 'Protectors Series'. When not writing about sexy alpha vampires and the women who drive them crazy she can be found on a lake with a fishing pole/Kindle, at a MMA event or spending a fun evening with family.
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