Book Review: Adam by Teresa Gabelman

   

22051230Title: Adam (The Protectors #5)

Author: Teresa Gabelman

Genre:  Paranormal Romance

Publication Date:  June 24, 2014

Description (from Goodreads): 

Half-breed vampire, Adam Pride, has an almighty chip on his broad shoulders. Trying to move on after finding Angelina married to another, Adam has a decision to make. Remove the chip and move on or kill the man who took what he wanted most in the world, his Angel.

With his heart in pieces, Adam’s on a mission to become the best VC Warrior he can be. It’s not long before fate steps in, turning his world and life as he knows it upside down. Shocking revelations will realign allegiances and draw the VC Warriors onto a new path. This journey is not Adam’s alone. Every Warrior, half-breed and human will be affected by what is to come. The unknown awaits. The battle has just begun.

Review:

 I had the privilege to be a beta-reader for Adam. I read Duncan and Sid, #3 and #4 in the series, and was hoping I’d get to beta read this one as well.

I’ve read 3 of the 5 books in the Protectors series and one of these days when I have the time I’ll go back and read the first two books in the series. I couldn’t wait for this one to come out after reading Sid and Duncan.

Teresa Gabelman’s writing is easy to read and flows well. I always enjoy her sense of humor as well.

I liked Adam because some questions were answered. There wasn’t as much of the character Adam in the book as I expected though. This was more like a continuation of the previous stories, tying up some loose ends, and it would be difficult for someone to read it without reading at least one of the previous books.

If you like vampire romances, I recommend Adam but I also recommend reading the other books in the series first.

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