Sunday, September 18, 2016

Review: Protector by Vivian Lane

Title: Protector
Series: Children of Ossiria
Author: Vivian Lane
Read copy: eBook (Kindle)
Published: January 1, 2016
Publisher: Phantom Ridge (Willowick Publishing)

Carys Taylor has her life perfectly under control. Equipped with a nice inheritance, she goes where she wants, when she wants, pursuing anything that interests her. So when her old professor asks her to come on a research trip for his thesis, she's eager to tag along.

Until that ill-fated trip to the South American jungle changes her into a supernatural being. Now she's sprouting claws and stronger and faster than any human being in existence. The reclusive tribe calls her their Protector - but from what? And why now? Why her?

Carys is pulled into a world she never knew existed. Is she up to the task?

My rating:

***copy provided by publisher through NetGalley (in Bad Boys After Dark set)***

The constant jumping between first and third person POV, the voice and a narrative style of a grade-school homework assignment, and too many paranormal elements thrown into the mix...I just couldn't finish it.


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