Sweet Salvation (The Protectors Series Book 3) by Toya Richardson – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Sweet Salvation (The Protectors, #3)Sweet Salvation by Toya Richardson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sweet Salvation is book three in Richardson’s, paranormal romance series, ‘The Protectors’, but can be read as a standalone story, however some of the characters cross over and the backstory continues throughout the series. Manuela wants a normal life, a human life but having left the safety of her Protectors community her dream turns into a nightmare and she is hunted and used for sport. Manuela is then unexpectedly rescued by her mate, Josh. Josh loves living life within Elias Crane’s Protectors community hoping to find peace following the brutal deaths of his family. When he travels to a Protectors community in Spain, he didn’t expect to discovers his mate. However his mate has been brutalised and is broken. Manuela does not believe that Josh could ever want her especially having used their telepathic bond to show him what has been done to her. Manuela wants revenge but this could have repercussions throughout all the Supernat communities and Josh must stop Manuela before he looses her for good.
This was a gripping paranormal romance which had me hooked from the start. The main characters in this story were Manuela and Josh and they were great characters and I felt I went on an emotional rollercoaster along with them. I felt fully immersed in the Supernat communities, which really came alive by the authors detailed world building. This was an exciting read which moved along at a fast pace and was full of drama and suspense. I look forward to reading the previous books in this series and any future ones.

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