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The Protectors Series by Teresa Gabelman

angelinaAuthor:  Teresa Gabelman
Series:  The Protectors series
Source: Kindle Unlimited on Amazon

I binge read this series from Charger all the way through to Angelina over Christmas and into New Year’s break.  That included:

Nervous Nellie’s nervousness necessitates knowledge of the novel. In other words …SPOILERS. *BEWARE*


Nervous Nellie says…

I like this series.  I don’t know what happened, but after Bishop, the stories were fine but the writing was horrible!  In the kindle books, there were so many typos, punctuation mistakes and sentence run-ons that it was distracting to read.  It’s like the publishers took the author’s books and slammed it into kindle format without editing anything.  The books also felt like they were written by someone else.  The quality of the sentence structures, the speech patterns of the characters, and even the banter between the characters was off.  There was a rescue to the demon realm and it took practically 2 pages, (I’m exaggerating) but it was quick.  Maybe the publishers made the author hurry through the series just to push it to print.  I surely don’t know what happened, but what was a good series sure got boiled down to the bare bones of a story – no edits and all.  Fans of this series will want to know what happened to all the characters, so as long as you can look past the problems and find out what happens, you’ll be golden.

The stories were good – bare bones and all – but good.  The flaws were that every other conversation by the Warriors turned into an all out fight.  Granted, they are indestructible vampires, but these Warriors, that are supposed to work as a team, beat the crap out of each other over the littlest thing.  “I’ll kill you” this and “I’ll kill you that”.   I guess my disappointment in the quality of editing and the bare bones of a story just got to me.  I would love to recommend this series to anyone, but these last few books-I think the publisher really needed to work harder at editing and less at pushing the book out just to say it was there.

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