The Lost Savior: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance

The Lost Savior: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance


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ISBN-13: 9781983864803
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/23/2018
Pages: 408
Sales rank: 365,325
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.91(d)

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The Lost Savior: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Molly Neubauer 10 months ago
I could not read this fast enough! The Lost Savior had all the fantastic sci-fi I’ve come to expect from Siobhan Davis, incredible word-painting so that I really feel I can see the story in my head, and emotion that felt so real even though we’re dealing with aliens with powers. I really feel like I’m too old for young-adult novels, so I always go in kind of cynical expecting to be let down by all the high school drama that comes with this genre, but I thought the fascinating story of learning Tori’s history and all her new struggles really helped make the drama balance out for the most part. The only thing that really took me out of the story for just a few seconds was some of the slang/phrasing that just didn’t sound quite like something a teenager would say, but it’s not something that I felt was enough to give more than a brief thought to before moving on. I’m so curious to find out what happens next I audibly gasped when I realized I was at the end and would have to wait for the next one. Seriously, I can’t wait for the next one, how do I get an ADVANCED advanced reader’s copy??? *I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book*
trobes7x 11 months ago
I love reading Siobhan’s books because you can actually see her become better and better with each book. Now, I’ll be honest with you. I struggled with the beginning. It definitely was not my favorite and I thought I was going to have to suffer through it but no it got much much better. Thank the gods. So right off the bat we get thrown 5 names and brief bios of them which was way too much all at once I kept getting confused who was talking and who they were, obviously we get to know them individually later so it was not a problem then. From there it was just a lot of eye rolling. Either with Jensen and hers corny relationship or her just being totally cool with everything happening. But alas, everything gets so much better once the boys cause chaos. Which is funny, I’m thinking Siobhan has a thing for lots of boys now after the Kennedy boy series haha. And even though there was one really aggravatingly dumb part SPOILERS BELOW [ the boys are there to protect her so they would never not leave a brother behind to watch her I’m sorry I don’t buy it. (hide spoiler)] it was still really good. Bravo! I voluntarily reviewed an advance complimentary copy of this book.
BookDragonGirl 11 months ago
Holy aliens!! I loved this!! It was so much fun in this book, seeing Tori discover she was an alien. Finding out she has four gorgeous alien protectors that she is bound to on a soul level ( oh my!). And then having to try and accept all this and balance it with her “human” life...and sooo much more happens that I won’t say, because spoilers. Lol. I loved some of the sarcasm and humor in the book. Between the guys, it gets pretty funny. But even with Tori, when she was fighting she would get real sarcastic, reminded me of how Buffy the Vampire Slayer was when she fought. Lol!!! This is a great series so far and I am really excited about what’s to come!! Don’t miss it!!!
Si0bhanC More than 1 year ago
There is so much potential with this one. The science fiction element promises to be really interesting – and, in all honesty, it was my favourite part of the story. There is enough world building in this one for us to have a general understanding of the bigger picture, but there is still plenty for us to find out. Based upon all the twists Siobhan Davis threw into her Saven series, I’m sure the future of the science-fiction element will continue to bloom throughout the series. There were plenty of aspects introduced, and certain ones I’m extremely interested in finding out more about. One of the things I had always wanted more of from the Saven series was a deeper look into the alien life forms, and I feel as though we may get that with this one. Already a handful of different species have been mention, and I have hopes we will be introduced to a lot more. I’m actually crossing my fingers that this series will move us more into the science-fiction realm now that the world has been opened up. I know Siobhan Davis does not write hard science-fiction, but heading off into space and seeing the different worlds as we did in the Saven series is fine by me. I can accept soft science-fiction when done right, and Siobhan Davis does it right through creating many wonderful alien societies that grip the readers. So, yeah, my fingers are crossed that we do start the big journey in book two. I feel as though that is where most of the potential sits for me, as a lot of the elements in the rest of the book were things I’m not so crazy about. I feel as though I was just unfortunate with this one, with many of the young adult tropes I’m not crazy about being included in one book. I can take one or two at a time, but it just felt like too many appeared in this one. In truth, most of it can be dwindled down to a single label – high school drama. I’m so over that, have been for a while. I accepted it within the early Kennedy Boys books because it was so well mixed in with other elements of the story – it was prevalent, but we were not buried under it. In Inseparable, it was my least favourite part of the story – it is what left me worried I would not be enjoying Inseparable in the way I had been hoping for. In this one… it was all just a bit much for me. I know a lot of people enjoy high school drama stories, but I had far too much of that in my real life that I no longer want to look back at it. Hell, now that I’ve reached the point of post-graduate level education there are times where I find myself shaking my heads at books detailing the events of undergraduate living. Not to the same degree as I do with high school drama in stories, but still… I find myself to be the type to put sections of my life behind me once they are over and done with, and as high school was a very bad time for me I’m more inclined to step away from stories intent on reminding me of a past I’d rather forget. With this story, so many of the elements play back to what happens within the school setting, and I found myself wanting it over and done with. In fact, I feel as though a lot of my dislike with the book stems from it taking place predominantly within the school environment. Those select scenes I considered four-stars all occurred well away from the school building and the associated drama. It’s just my personal preference.
shibby More than 1 year ago
I ship it. I ship it so hard. I'm a huge fan of this author, so I was pretty sure I was going to love this new series. Right away I knew that Tori was my kind of girl. She's good people, but she will definitely kick some butt when it is needed. Jensen. My heart broke for him. I just want him to be okay and hope that he can be happy at some point in the series. This was the first book I've read with a reverse harem, and I've decided I fully support this concept. Seriously excited for seeing how this progresses in book two. Beck is totes adorbs, and I really like Maddox and Cooper as well. Dane I would like to see throat punched after every interaction he has with Tori, but I'm betting he will improve as the series progresses. There was so much going down at the end of this, I have no idea where the series will go from here. But I am excited to find out. ***I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary ARC of this book.***
Shanrock19 More than 1 year ago
Loved the premise for The Lost Savior, and the writing is great. It was a little slow in the beginning, but I really ended up liking it. Since this book is the first book, it needed to deal with getting the story set-up, so I'm really excited to see where this series goes in the next book. I don't read reverse harem books, which are books that have 1 girl with multiple guys because it sort of limits the connection from me, but Siobhan Davis is one of my favorite authors, so I wanted to give it a chance. The thing I thought I'd enjoy about the whole reverse harem thing, was that all these guys would be devoted to the one girl. I was a bit disappointed that this book doesn't quite have that, but I see room for growth with that issue. This is on the YA side of things, so the romance is fairly tame, but does come into play at times. Overall, I liked the reverse harem aspect, and it was great to get a couple chapters of POV from the guys. Tori is a small town teenage girl, who is pretty content with her life, but there's things she doesn't know about herself that could change everything. When 4 hot guys appear in town, she feels a deep connection with all of the guys. She doesn't understand the connection, and it's making her relationship with her long time boyfriend very difficult. There also seems to be some weird individuals out to harm her, so she needs to figure out what is going on fast. I love the Sci-Fi elements to this story, and there is some cool action scenes. Love stories with hot aliens! I would've liked less time spent at the school, and less time spent on the drama with some of her friends. That's why I enjoyed the 2nd half this book more than the first, more time is spent on Tori figuring stuff out with the guys. I liked all the guys, and I felt really bad for Jensen. I'm not completely sold on Tori yet, but I liked her enough. There's lots of interesting elements in this story, and I'm excited to see where it goes. I'm hoping the story changes settings, and I'm hoping that a deeper connection is built with the characters. Overall, I really enjoyed this story, and there's so many great things about this story. This story is really shaping up to be something very intriguing!
Dalitza More than 1 year ago
Siobhan Davis introduces the Alinthia series with the story of Victoria King, a high school senior who thought she was just like the rest of her peers, preparing for college and making plans to marry her best friend and childhood sweetheart. After being attacked by an alien though, her life turns upside down and is further shaken when four of the hottest guys she’s ever seen enroll at her school, attend her classes and seem to notice no one but her. Giving her little other choice, Tori gets to know a bit of Becket, Cooper, Dane and Maddox but her life before them keeps spiraling out of control until they disclose their identity and the reason behind their arrival which negates everything she thought was true about herself. Full disclosure. I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into, I only knew it was a book by one of my favorite authors. I had read Davis’ previous sci-fi series and LOVED it and Lost Savior was equally fun, swoony and entertaining. Different for me, yes! Because I’d never read a reverse harem (a polyamorous relationship with the protagonist being female) before, but it was easy to understand while reading Tori’s thoughts as it was also new to her. Davis thrives in writing young and brave heroines who are strong and determined to succeed. Tori is no exception and I enjoyed reading her perspective while watching her cope to her new reality and at the same time trying to balance it with her human teenage life. I also love the intriguing worlds Siobhan creates which provide the backdrop for interesting storylines rife with angst, excitement and swoony sweetness and in this case several endearing heroes that had me swiping left until the very end. I can’t wait for the next book! Lost Savior is book #1 of the Alinthia series by Siobhan Davis. It is a reverse harem, young adult sci-fi romance that ends with a cliffhanger.
Paradiseofpages More than 1 year ago
I dont know how she always does it, but this author always sucks me into her work. I was hooked from the very first page. I went on vacation and had no time to read while I was away but found myself thinking of the book the whole time and wishing I was reading it. This book follows Tori and 4 gorgeous protectors of hers. I love all the boys, but Beckett has my heart! I love how the story progresses and that you picture it the whole time due to the amazing descriptive skills in the writing. In typical Siobhan fashion, the book ends on a huge cliffhanger and has me in a reading slump wanting the next book. I recommend this book to anyone wanting some romance and nail biting suspense!
CassandraO More than 1 year ago
Word of warning: this book is full of teenage drama, so don’t be surprised that while this is a reverse harem type book is it also very teenage angsty. However, it wasn’t to the point of annoyance where I was having to force myself to finish the book. The book itself it well written, but it didn’t really engage my emotions. I didn’t feel compelled to read the book all in one sitting. It’s a good book to fill some downtime. There is some light hanky panky, nothing too explicit. Fairly mild considering that it is a RH theme. But it’s nice in that you get to see the relationship between the characters grow without it being all about the sexual interactions. The relationships do develop slowly, but it gives it all a more realistic feel regarding their interactions. I will say that I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Siobhan Davis is one of my favorite authors. I throughly enjoyed her Science Fiction Romance series! The Alinthia series first book did not fail to disappoint. I really liked the different take on this book. It is set in the present time where Tori is having a regular high school life. She is dating her high school sweet heart and things are going great. Until, four guys show up and tell her that everything she has known is a lie. Tori as a main character was extremely fun. I liked that she was tough and not a delicate darling. She also isn’t too much of a Mary Sue. I like that she is dependent on her protector’s and family, but not to the point she is incapable. Also, her Mary Sueness is very much balanced. This book is one that really pushed me out of my comfort zone because it is reverse harem. I have never read a reverse harem book and I’m primarily afraid because it will result in a cheesefest of a love triangle. However, this book did not disappoint me. I really loved the four guys who followed Tori around. Each of them did add their own personality and fun to book. The secondary characters in this book sometimes annoyed me at times. I really liked Tori’s family and friends. However, the high school drama sometimes got out of hand. I felt that the back stabbing characters were a bit cliched and could have been toned down. Otherwise, I really like how Tori’s family is present in her life and there is some sort of normalcy. The romance in novel isn’t too heavy. I really liked the focus on developing Tori’s character and the entire science fiction element. The aliens and the whole soft science fiction was a fun read. I’m a hardcore science fiction fan, but Davis has done a great job. I have got to say this is one of the most unique alien stories. Tori’s role and special powers are also really interesting. I liked how the twist and actions started to be thrown in the first book. Overall, this is a great first installment in the first of a series. The only reason this book is receiving 4 stars instead of five is because there were some points it did drag on and felt a bit of a high school drama. But I still highly recommend reading this series.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
Tori was pretty normal for a senior in high school until the four hot, new guys at school suddenly all become her personal shadows. It all started with that alien bounty hunter and the changes he unleashed within Tori. Could it be she is something more? Something not of this world? How could she find herself drawn to all four of these guys, especially when her heart belongs to her childhood sweetheart? Being normal is a thing of the past for Tori and what lay before her is as exciting as it is terrifying and most definitely anything BUT normal! She may have gained an unexpected harem sent to protect her, but she will find she is meant to be THE LOST SAVIOR who has been found. But is it too late? The queen of angst and romance is back with an unexpected science fiction twist that takes her storytelling to a new level! Siobhan Davis has opened up some fascinating possibilities in this new series and Tori’s world feels like it is about to explode into a new universe of trials, tribulations and of course, romance like we have never seen! Hang on tight, we are about to blast off into the world of Siobhan Davis’ latest creations! I received a complimentary ARC edition from Siobhan Davis!
SunnyD More than 1 year ago
The Lost Savior is an incredible start to the Alinthia series. If you have read any of Siobhan Davis’ other books, you might find it to have elements that Siobhan is known for having in all of her amazing stories and then some. I have never read reverse harem before this one, so I am not much of an expert, but I will say that the theme is very tastefully done. This is not even close to a trashy romance novel, so if you are looking for that, you will not find that here; however, you will find a beautifully written and very slow-building(=loads of tension—yum!) romance with my favorite kind of science fiction creatures—aliens. I wouldn’t say that this solely revolves around romantic relationships because we get plenty of action and interesting as well as amusing supporting characters, but let me tell you, the guys are hotter than hot. I also adored Tori's character because she is tough and sexy (but not overly so) which results in all the boys dying to get with her while all the jealous girls wish they were her (myself included), and I can't wait to see her develop into the super strong butt-kicking heroine she is destined to become over this series. The guys are all delicious and the best part is that they are so different from each other both physically and mentally. You will have fun immediately picking your favorite, but if you are like me once you reach the end, you will be wishing Earth allowed relationships such as theirs. I loved these boys and you will too! Siobhan gives us little tastes of evil with some of the creepy aliens that are introduced; however, we don’t get to meet the biggest villain quite yet. The ending provides a glimpse at this person, and wowww I can’t wait to see where Siobhan takes this one! Now that I mention the ending, it is important to note that it IS a cliffhanger, but it is by far the best one I have ever read. It will give you chills and your imagination will run wild as you ponder who, what, when, where, why, and how. I can’t wait because I know it will be phenomenal. I already know that I do not want this series to end anytime soon! I received a beta copy and volunteered to review it.
MyndiL More than 1 year ago
If I hadn't had Show Choir competitions all weekend, I think I would have finished this in a day! That's how good it was, almost impossible to put down. I just had to know what was going on and what would end up happening. I wasn't sure if I would enjoy a reverse harem style book, I wasn't even really sure what a reverse harem was and had to look it up. This story is written so powerfully though, and I found myself enthralled with the universe that's been created and the idea of such a strong and powerful bond between 5 people. The characters are written with depth and history and you come to feel like you truly know them, like they're your friends or you're enemies instead of just characters in a book. I cried with Tori, laughed with Cooper, and was curious with Kylie. There were a few characters I just didn't like, but that was the minority and of course, you need characters that you don't really like for a full story to evolve. Everything can't be all happiness and people getting along or there's no book there. I'm very interested in reading the next book and seeing how Tori progresses with her powers now that she knows who she is. I'm also very curious about the vision she had and if it's prophetic or just a bad dream type of thing. I'm eager to see if the bond continues to grow and if certain members of it can be won over and if their personalities change at all due to it. Also, Jensen...what's going to happen there because I feel like his part in the story is not over yet. Much is left to develop with this series and I'm pretty excited to see what's coming next. *I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.*
UberLisa713 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book. It definitely has many sci-fi and fantasy elements, and is a book written about a teenager, but with a few new adult features (includes a little strong language and a few intimate encounters). Tori discovers many new things about herself in this novel, including the fact that she is 'not of this world' and also that she has pre-ordained bonds with her jaw-droppingly handsome protectors. I did read about halfway through this ebook, then switched over to reading several others not long afterwards. I was glad to see I could easily return to this book weeks later and pick right up where I left off on this story without requiring a refresher of any type on the characters or story line. I would recommend this book to readers that are fans of sci-fi novels, or even YA novels with sci-fi elements. It is well written and I'll be on the lookout for book 2 in this series.