Monday, November 24, 2014

Protect Her by Sophia Kimble Review


Protect Her
The Druid's Curse
Book #1
Sophia Kimble

Genre: Paranormal Romance
Release Date: October 22, 2014
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing

ASIN: B00O4G18RK
Pages: 260

Goodreads Rating:  4.83
My Rating: 5.0

Book Description:

Golden Alexander is trapped in a nightmare.
Trying to flee her hallucination of a demon, she runs heart first into the brooding alpha male she’s been dreaming about for years, and then her nightmare really begins.
Kris Pietka is done with women...he’s broken. But when he meets Golden, an overwhelming need to protect her tests everything he thought he knew about himself, and the paranormal.
A bond forged centuries ago thrusts them together as they search for a way to break an ancient Druid curse prophesying their demise. Racing against the clock, they travel from Vermont, to the Carpathian Mountains in Poland, and the Scottish Highlands in search of answers and a way to break the curse.
But something evil watches—it covets, and time is running out.
Will fate allow love to prevail against unbeatable odds, or will Golden wake to find it was all a delusion?


My Take On The Book:
This book reminded me why I love reading! It was utterly unique and it transported me into a fantastical world that can only exist in a really well written book. A world full of romance, family, friendship, loyalty, magic and curses. I was particularly found of the whole reincarnation aspect in this story.

I loved the splashes of history thrown in here and there and while I'm usually not a warping history mainly because it's usually done sloppily, i enjoyed it in this book. But mostly I was just a fan of the story. It was a sensual yet tastefully written book. Like your favorite pair of heels, or better yet my favorite pair of boots. Sexy but not slutty. I was enthralled from the moment the 2 leads met on page and I found it really hard not to grow attached to the characters in this book.

Each character, good and bad was well developed and true to themselves as the story progressed. My only slight dislike was with the pair jumps. I love Izzy and I love Malcolm so the brief glimpses into their story was really nice but I felt like there might have been a smidge too much of that as this book focused on Kris and Golden. Other than that I thought the book was near perfect.


5 Quills

Kudos to Ms. Kimble for imagining such a detailed, magical, imaginative and well executed world that I for one look forward to revisiting... I just have 1 question, when will book 2 be released. So why are you still reading this review. Go buy the book and take a look for yourself

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Excerpt From The Book
The side door to the house opened behind her.
“Matka? Dzien dobry? Ma? Hello?”
The deep male voice filled the kitchen. Filled her. Her muscles tightened, her arms vibrated like she’d been doing yard work for the last hour and had just turned off the weed whacker.
Mary raised an eyebrow in her direction before looking past her to the door. “Kris, proszę meet Golden. Come, come.”
Heavy boots sounded on the wooden steps. The loud thumping stopped as if in mid-step and an invisible electric current slammed into her back. Heat spread through her and settled in her belly.
“Matka, what’s going on here?”
“Golden is your Babci’s new caregiver.” Mary enunciated as if she were speaking to a five-year-old. “I told you last week she answered the ad and was coming today. She’ll be starting on Monday.”
Mary glared at Kris and then turned to Golden with an apologetic smile on her face. Kris moved around the table and stood next to his mother.
Her mouth fell open.
He narrowed his piercing blue eyes at her, and a lock of sandy brown hair fell from behind his ear.
Holy shit.
He looked exactly like the man she’d been dreaming of for years.
The once cozy kitchen felt tiny. Airless. Too hot. Using the table as a lever, Golden forced herself to stand and shot a glance in Mary’s direction, worried she was hallucinating her dream man and looked delusional. It wouldn’t be the first time she’d acted crazy. Okay, Mary didn’t act like her new employee was tripping her ass off. Good to know.
Words in a language she didn’t understand flew out of his mouth, his unfriendly gaze fixed on her. Wow, angry much? He was obviously talking about her in a not so nice way, which pissed her off. Combined with her confusion, she was a hot mess. And all the while her emotions were ping ponging, her body pulsed, begging for this jerkoff to touch her.
His brows furrowed, and he ranted as though she weren’t in the room. Rude. New plan. She’d figure out how she’d dreamt of him later. First, she wanted to know what he had against her and why she reacted to the jerk like he’d brought her a dozen roses while hanging out the sunroof of a limo.
Mary cut him off with a single word. “Dosyć!” She closed her eyes and whispered, “Enough.”
Kris sucked in a breath, and without another word, pivoted on his heel and walked deeper into the house.
What was wrong with him? Ever hear of anger management classes? And what was wrong with her Benedict Arnold body? Pick an emotion and stick to it. Anger, that’s what was called for here. Not, gee you’re hot, I’ve been dreaming of you for years. Want to hook up?
Figures, the one guy that finally made her wake up and say hell yes was a total turd.

About The Author 

Sophia Kimble has always wanted to be an author, but for years, life got in the way. She wouldn’t change a thing about how her life turned out, though. Her family keeps her laughing and loving. Her wonderful husband and two extraordinary children stand beside her every step of the way and make this journey called life worth living.
Sophia has worked as a nurse for twenty years, but has put that career path aside to devote her time and imagination to writing down the stories that keep her up nights.
 
She takes her love of the paranormal, history, and genealogy, and weaves them into tales of family, fated love, and supernatural occurrences.

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