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The Protector

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

    I loved it.  Very well written for a paranormal book. I could no

    I loved it.  Very well written for a paranormal book. I could not put it down.  
    Mona was a busy ER doctor when her life was set into a tailspin  when she happened upon the murder of her pops by rouge vampires who are after a jade stone.
    She was devastated but set on avenging her fathers death.  She meets a paranormal investigator named Xander and finds herself attracted
    to him.  Xander fill is some of the gaps for her about her her father; he was a Protector and a werewolf. 

    Mona learns about Gods, demons, middle world  and Xibalba (Hell).  Must sacrifice the jade to save the human race or see the earth over run by demons.
    There are twist and turns, steamy scenes, romance in this book that will keep your attention. 


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  • Posted February 15, 2014

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    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

    Mona’s world is turned upside down when “Pops”, her adoptive father, is brutally murdered. She hangs on to his last words: “Mona-Lou, You are ready”, “Remember everything I have taught you” and “Your destiny will be revealed to you soon”. She is now determined to avenge his death and begins the journey that opens her eyes to the world Nightkeepers, Daykeepers, witches and demons as she tries to figure out who would want Pops (Simon Vivant) dead.

    Mona comes in contact with Xander Delgado from DPS (Division of Paranormal Studies). Realizing that she has no one left in the world she decides to see how he can assist in this mystery of her father’s death. Mona is instantly drawn to this tall DARK and handsome gentleman. Xander has awakened this strong attraction, lust, and desire in Mona and she decides to put her trust in him. She will soon find out that Pops has prepared her well for her destiny.

    Mona gets thrown into a fantastical world where demons are on the hunt for her and some special “jade” stone, vampires are trying to befriend her and werewolves are trying to convince her to follow them. She learns that she is to save Humanity from Zipacna. This book will surely keep you on the edge of your seat. The chemistry between Mona and Xander is ferocious. Mona also gets thrown for a loop when she meets Hunter- Xander’s identical twin who happens to be just as sexy as Xander!

    There is never a dull moment. This book is a great read full of twists, turns, excitement, some hot and steamy scenes and be warned that you will certainly NOT be able to put it down! Ambrielle Kirk has developed a wonderful fantastical world and immediately draws you in. After reading the summary of this book I thought I would be lost in the story line and characters but Ambrielle Kirk gave me enough of the story background to easily follow it and always had me on edge desperate to know what is going to happen next! This is a great read and I will warn you that this book is a cliffhanger so be prepared to await the next book in the blood legends series!

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  • Posted April 3, 2013

    I love the book ready for the next one

    I love the book ready for the next one

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