Tyler left his pack for the quiet town of Stix, no longer able to live under the pack leader's rule. He just wanted somewhere to relax and not worry about anything. It worked out well until a storm blew trouble right into his lap.
Kyra fled her abusive boyfriend, but when her borrowed vehicle runs out of gas in the worst town she could find herself in, she comes across Tyler.
Fate has brought the two together for a reason, but before they are able to join together as fate intended, they must survive the men Kyra's ex has sent after her with one specific mission: Capture Kyra ... or kill her and the man protecting her.
What would have made Moonlit Protector better?
I am not exactly sure what I expected from a short novel, but I truely thought there would be more depth to these characters. The whole read felt generic and predictable.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Outlander, or something by R.A. Salvatore.
How could the performance have been better?
Great stories, even short ones, need to leave the reader with a feeling that the book they just read is now a great memory. A memory that can be recalled, at will, with clarity and closeness to the charaters that can only be conveyed through the passions of good writing.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
No reaction. . . that is the problem.
Any additional comments?
I think this author's intent was to sell a book instead of creating a story. I could see paying for this short novel as a book, but not $6.00 for an audio.