Final Protocol

Final Protocol

by J. C. Daniels

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ISBN-13: 9781495639043
Publisher: Shiloh Walker, Inc.
Publication date: 04/11/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 225
Sales rank: 472,453
File size: 900 KB

About the Author

J.C. Daniels is the pen name for author Shiloh Walker. J.C./Shiloh has been writing since she was a kid. She fell in love with vampires with the book Bunnicula and has worked her way up to the more…ah…serious works of fiction. She loves reading and writing just about every kind of romance. Once upon a time she worked as a nurse, but now she writes full time and lives with her family in the Midwest. She writes urban fantasy, romantic suspense and paranormal romance, among other things.

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Final Protocol 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not sure what the other reviewers wrre reading but I liked the story. I didn't have a problem following the story and this is the first story that jc wrote that was from other worlds. I hope she will continue this story with this heroine.
asgoodrich More than 1 year ago
When I read the blurb for Final Protocol I was on the fence about it. I love sci-fi romances and the book’s description really caught my attention. I was beyond intrigued, but the length was short enough that I wasn’t sure that the author could pull everything off without rushing the story. So as I pondered whether or not to take a chance on a new-to-me author I happened to notice a little tidbit of information in the author’s bio – J.C. Daniels is the alter ego of Shiloh Walker. SOLD!!! I love Walker’s contemporary romantic suspense novels and novellas. I was no longer worried about whether or not the story would be rushed and was anticipating Final Protocol finally making it to the top of my review schedule. So worth the wait. In a single scene involving an aborted assassination attempt, I learned all I needed to know about Silence to root for her. As more of her story unfolds, any niggling doubts were laid to rest as Daniels hints at and reveals some of the horrors that Silence endured at the hand of her owner. It makes it easy to understand why she accepted her final assignment even knowing that she might not make it out of the situation alive. But when she comes face-to-face with the man who was largely responsible for her current position, the veil over her memory lifts and she knows that the nightmares she’s had are actually memories she’s reliving. And yet she doesn’t know who to trust and which truth is hers. Silence soon learns that while the truth may set you free … what it sets you free from may not be what you expect it to be. I devoured Final Protocol. There is a steady flow of action that kept me flipping the pages so that I could learn the truth alongside Silence. There is a huge romantic suspense angle to the novella that the author manages to unveil without rushing the story, without making me feel as though I was shortchanged by the book, and left me wanting more. More action. More justice. More Silence. I just wanted more. Because I enjoyed Silence’s character so much and would love to see more of her story, I can only hope that Daniels decides to turn this book into a series. In the meantime, I’ll be checking out more of Daniels’s work to see what other little gems are out there. I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by Angela at Crystal's Many Reviewers!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was looking forward to another great book, but was dissappointed. I wanted to love the main character like i do with her other main story. Maybe because it was too short for anything more than a quick read. Silence's personallity didnt click with what i imagined or even lead to believe she was. Too repeative on her situation/description. I wish it was easier to tell how long a book isbecause i didn't know I was going to pay for $3.50 for a 97 page book. This is one book i would have said no to on adding to my book collection.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story but I felt a little lost. The creatures and races were not introduced and it was hard to follow the story.