Review: Duncan by Teresa Gabelman


7-17-2013 8-22-05 PMTitle: Duncan (The Protectors #3)

Author: Teresa Gabelman

Genre:  Paranormal Romance

Publication Date:  July 2013

Description: The VC Warriors are an elite group of vampires who protect innocents, whether human or those of their own race.  Duncan Roark has not been himself since the disappearance of Pam Braxton. When he and the other Warriors do find Pam, she’s pregnant and scared but she agrees to go with them.  Duncan promises that he’ll keep her and her baby safe. But can he and the VC Warriors keep that promise when the man who abused and raped her is still on the loose?


 I had the privilege to be a beta-reader for Duncan and read it as an advanced reading copy. I hadn’t read the first 2 books in the series so I didn’t know what to expect. This book does stand on its own but I’m looking forward to reading the others when I have time. And I’m hoping there will be a #4 in the series.

The characters are interesting and engaging. Not only do you want to cheer on the romance between Pam and Duncan, but the other characters will keep you interested. Some of them are entertaining and others a little intense. I often read books in which the reader only gets to really know the 1 or 2 main characters but Teresa Gabelman did a good job at developing several of the secondary characters as well. 

Warning: there is a lot of swearing. There is a little violence but not as much as you’d expect in a book with vampires. 

If you like vampire romances, I highly recommend Duncan. Available now from  Amazon.

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