Protector is the first book in the Full Blood Series by Dutch Author Serena Nova.
Protector tells the story of Isadora, the last full blooded witch. And this is a problem. Being the last full blood could put her life in danger, so as a child her grandmother forced her to hide her gifts before sending her to an elite school to train witches and Protectors. Isadora’s grandmother knew that full blooded witches that didn’t know how to defend themselves were already dead. Isadora was able to conceal herself for 12 years before her best friend, the closet family she had, was threatened. So powers don’t stay hidden for long and unfortunately for Isa the wrong people saw what she could do. Now her only way on is to meet the 4 kings whether she wants to or not.
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The Royal Trials, Imposter.
Written by Tate James.
I have waited for this book for some time, and finally got the chance to read it today. And it was good, totally worth the wait.
You will meet Rybet Waise, a thief and a mercenary. She has to save a friend from the dungeons of the royal palace. Should be easy for someone with her skill set.
Only she finds herself pulled into the Royal Trials, a competition to find a wife for one of the princes. It should be easy to get out of there, right?
The trials aren’t what they look like to the outside, behind every smile and polished face there is a terrible truth. Because if you fail these trials, you don’t go home, you don’t even make it out of the palace alive.
When the harsh reality sinks in, Rybet needs every skill she has to stay alive.
She has to deal with people wanting her dead, her boss wanting her to succeed for his own goals and keeping herself alive to get out if this mess. How will she survive?
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A modern office romance, but not exactly. His Banana by Penelope Bloom is a cute funny romance. Nat is a reporter that is a little bit clumsy. Everything that she does seems to mess up in some way. And this has negatively impacted her job reporting for Business Insider. But her boss has given her a huge break. She has been asked to go undercover and investigate Bruce Chamberson, marketing wiz and overall rich guy. His company is hiring interns and Nat gets to try to find a position. On the day of her interview, she happens to spy a banana in the breakroom, being her normal self, she snatches it right up and starts eating. Little did she know that the piece of fruit belonged the the man she was sent to investigate. In order to make her life miserable, he hires her on the spot to be his personal intern. Now her new job requires that she take him everywhere, fetch his coffee, and everyday before 10 have a perfect banana waiting for him on his desk.
Bruce couldn’t believe that he saw someone eating the food he had labeled with his name. Perfectionist with a serious touch of OCD, Bruce likes everything to be a certain way. From what time he wakes up, to how much time he spends in the gym, to the exact time that he eats his banana every day before lunch. But when Nat comes into his company and his life, what he knows and likes go up in the air. Why would he let her in, after a bad experience with an ex, Bruce isn’t quite ready for what Nat makes him feel.
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Oath Forger book two by Nia Mars.
It isn’t easy to pretend to be the Oath Forger, not when four of the Five men demand my attention, not when they want me to claim them and believe me, they are gorgeous. Saying no keeps getting harder and harder.
The only thing I know for sure is, to make the Earth save again, that my sister stays save and that I don’t get caught pretending to be the Oath Forger. Because I’m not, I’m a scavenger from earth.
Still pretending to be something I’m not I try to find my way in their world, trying to settle into being the Oath Forger so I can help my world and the universe. Only how am I going to resist the most powerful kings I ever met. How am I going to do this?
Finally finding some answers, I find something else to. Space Pirates….. What are they up to now?
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Damaged by R.R. Banks is the story of what happens after. Charlotte is unlike her sisters. She doesn’t just want to settle down and get married and have children. But her father and mother (especially) don’t understand why not. She use to date Daniel, and was lucky to escape, even though her mother thinks that Charlotte is overly dramatic. When her parents, who are considered to be new money, decide to take a family trip to the mountains to celebrate Thanksgiving, Charlotte agrees thinking it will be time spent with her family. Little does she know that her mother has gone behind her back expecting her to be excited that her abusive and lying ex is there. Charlotte packs her bag and heads out into a severe storm unsure of how to get off the mountain. She ends up driving the opposite direction heading up the mountain where she hits a downed tree knocking herself out. On the mountain above her, Micah lives away from human interaction after selling his software company. It’s just him and his dog Scout. But when he hears the crash, he investigates and finds Charlotte unconscious and brings her back to his home. When she finally wakes up, Charlotte can’t remember who she is or why she would have been in the car. But Micah knows who she is. He had a crush on her when they went to high school together, even though they haven’t seen each other in over 10 years. Micah withholds that he knows Charlotte, worried that he can’t answer questions that she would have. With Thanksgiving days away will anyone even notice that Charlotte is missing? Or has the world just become Charlotte and Micah keeping safe from the winter snow storm.
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