Vampire Protector

Vampire Protector Exploring Gwen s deliciously spooky and long abandoned childhood home in the company of her handsome neighbor sounds like a brilliant way to break her dating dry spell and find a few missing memories

  • Title: Vampire Protector
  • Author: Amy Corwin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Exploring Gwen s deliciously spooky and long abandoned childhood home in the company of her handsome neighbor sounds like a brilliant way to break her dating dry spell and find a few missing memories Unfortunately, she soon discovers her mistake John, her date, is a vampire and her house is not exactly empty Secrets and the dead don t always stay buried, and John s extrExploring Gwen s deliciously spooky and long abandoned childhood home in the company of her handsome neighbor sounds like a brilliant way to break her dating dry spell and find a few missing memories Unfortunately, she soon discovers her mistake John, her date, is a vampire and her house is not exactly empty Secrets and the dead don t always stay buried, and John s extraordinary strength and determination may be all that can withstand what awaits them.Gwen must unlock her memories and survive the devastating company of her Vampire Protector if she hopes to prevent the past from destroying her future.

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    1. Vampire Protector by Amy CorwinRedemption Series Book 1Gwen Carter is the last of the Viccars. She lives a simple life writing jingles, now. Life hasn’t been easy, her parents and brother were murdered and what happened to her, although she remembers none of it. And now she needs to trust one of her enemies to help her regain her memories. Going back into her family home for the first time since she was thirteen. Can she truly trust him not to bite her? And can she trust herself not to fall fo [...]

    2. While the story had great potential, I really felt like the ideas were rushed. I didn't get any character attachment at all. At no point in the book could I really get a picture in my head of the characters. The history of the characters were jumbled and not explained well. I really wish the author would've taken more time to draw out the character development and really explain more behind what was happening with them.

    3. Started off strong, and held my attention throughout but about the middle of the book the writing quality declined. It was as if Corwin was racing to meet a deadline and stopped polishing. I finished it, but ended up being a bit disappointed with it.

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