Blaze

Blaze

By Teresa Gabelman

The Protectors, book 10

Category: Paranormal Romance

 Overall Rating: 3.6

  • Captivation: 3.5
  • Sizzle: 3.5
  • Romance: 3.5
  • Enjoyment: 3.5
  • Literacy: 4

Book Description:  Haunted by a past he’s struggling to forget, Blaze once again finds himself a VC Warrior—something he swore would never happen. Confident he could easily walk away again, his connection to a certain redhead makes that decision harder than he imagined.

Trying to fit into the Warrior world, Katrina holds a secret that could ruin the new life she is fighting to fit into. And having feelings for a certain Warrior does not make things any easier.

As Blaze’s past catches up to him and Katrina’s secret is exposed, they discover a deep bond that neither can fight. It soon becomes clear that a past can be put to rest, but secrets can be deadly.

Captivation:  After reading the very ending of the prior book, Sloan, I could not WAIT to read this one.  This book was not nearly as exciting I was expecting.  It’s a good book, but the tension and suspense indicated based on the end of its predecessor were sadly lacking.

Sizzle: The exciting build-up to the intimate scenes with a lack of resolution to them continued in this book.  The scene is rather enticing initially, but ends with a quick summary.

Romance:  I’m not sure how to explain this section.  I was fascinated with Blaze and the potential of his story when he was first introduced.  Katrina was also a truly fascinating character.  I was somewhat disappointed in the development of their relationship and story.  It just seemed to lack… something.

Enjoyment:  This book wasn’t what I was expecting.  It has a couple of good scenes, but it wasn’t the absolute attention-catcher I was expecting.

Literacy:  I did catch a few minor, common editing errors, nothing horribly unexpected or distracting.  – Really no change here from the prior books in the series.

Overall, This book was okay, but was disappointing after the many pretty great books that came before it.

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