Review: Provoked (Dark Protectors #5) by Rebecca Zanetti
Determined to find a weapon in the war against the demons who have held his brother captive, tortured in mind, body, and spirit for the last four years, genius scientist Kane Kayrs follows a line of clues that takes him into a honkeytonk bar in small town USA, eyeing the lovely blonde waitress. Raised in a commune as a vegan and pacifist, Amber Freebird wants nothing to do with the rich and dangerous-looking man in her section and has no idea she is one of the legendary Demon Destroyers, a very rare enhanced human capable of blocking demon mental warfare. An unlikely pairing, Kane and Amber will have to figure out how to work together, and face some hard truths about themselves without [...]
May 17, 2012
Hijinks & mysteries: Just how smoochable is a sexy genie in a bott… er, samovar?
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