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Is it her destiny to save them… or destroy them? Now that Tori finally understands who she is and what’s expected of her, she’s in full-on freak-out mode. How will she save the galaxy from General Arantu’s clutches when she can’t even control her powers? Add that to the lack of retaliation by enemy alien forces, and everyone is on edge, especially when they uncover evidence of a strange alien symbol with possible links to humans, and the mystery deepens. 

But that’s not the only thing keeping Tori awake at night. Confused over the horrific vision she experienced the night of the Herassan attack, Tori is terrified of revealing details of her protectors’ supposed fate, so she says nothing. Keeping stuff hidden never ends well, and as evil forces conspire against Tori and her four protectors, secrets and lies threaten to destroy everything they hope to achieve. While Tori grows closer to Coop, Maddox, and Beck, Dane remains distant, creating more tension and jeopardizing their bond. 

Then an unexpected newcomer arrives, casting suspicion over everything they believe they know. When Tori finally figures out what’s going on, will she have time to warn the guys? Or is their fate already sealed?

©2018 Siobhan Davis (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Sooo frustrating!!!

I like the story line but I felt like either most of what happen was expected or the heroine is stupid and can’t make any decisions. She is a teenage but still... there is so much more left to be desire. I don’t think I will continue the series.

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Not enough action

This book was not worth reading like book one was. It takes you almost to the end where you find out you have to read part 3 to get the answers you needed. After finding she has a twin sister now blah blah blah then she's captured and you'll have to read book 3. Boring. Good characters

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So well-written and entertaining

My second read from author Siobhan Davis. I was the winner of Siobhan Davis' giveaway for an audio book copy of The Lost Savior & The Secret Heir. Although I own several of her books, I didn’t own these 2 & had never read anything by her before reading The lost savior, my loss. Both books were very well-written and enjoyable with captivating characters, now I just need to get the rest of the series, yes it’s that good!

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hot & heavy teen romance

Loved it, it kept the sexual intrigue going the story has it's twist & turns.

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Loved this, the book is incredible!!!

I’m flying high right now from finishing up this Audible and figured it’s the perfect time to get my thoughts down. This story had/still has my skin turning inside out (sort of speak). The action, the angst, the emotion, the twists & turns...I was feeling all Tori/Alinthia’s emotions and they were all over the place, poor thing didn’t know what to think, who to trust (including herself at times), she doubted her abilities, she became mad, jealous, possessive, depressed, insecure, constantly confused...being inside her head made me anxious, made my skin begin to itch, and I started to feel the need to pace back and forth, I kept wishing I had the ability to be able to hear the boys thoughts. Is there a reason that Tori/Alinthia hasn’t mastered that yet?

But, in this book Tori/Alinthia was brought closer to each one of her protectors individually. It was so nice to see each one of their personalities, and how they opened up to her, and at times they didn’t. But, of course there are complications and they cause a lot of worry and angst for Tori/Alinthia and the guys, and therefore we as the reader feel it along with them. I want to say more about this whole subject, but I can’t really, not without saying too much.

But I will say that there are some pretty intense scene! A lot of excitement! And Siobhan gives us more world building when Tori/Alinthia, along with her boys, goes on a trip! It’s a very exciting book, that goes by very fast. The romance aspect is taken up a notch in a way, and Tori becomes closer to her protectors.

Once again, as I said in my review of The Lost Savior, the narration is outstanding!! They really draw you into the story and make it come alive! I have enjoyed the audible of the two books immensely, and I was disappointed when they ended. I look forward to book three coming out, and eventually being produced on Audible. I hope they can get the same narrators!!!

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Great book 2 in series

This second audiobook in this series picks up where the first left off. The author creates a very interesting scenario, with Tori/Alinthia training to better her powers. The boys are all sweet to her, except for surly serious Dane. Add in the sudden appearance of a doppelgänger who claims to be her sister and the story builds nicely. Be aware that you need to listen to the first book and that this book ends in a cliffhanger. Narration was well done.