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This book was provided for free by the author for review.
After being dragged on a night out to celebrate a friend's birthday, Gracie discovers a unique talent. Doubting her sanity, she keeps it to herself while she tries to make sense of it, but unaware of her visible aura, she gets abducted by Dan; a handsome monitor. Once he establishes Gracie didn't know what she was doing, he helps her to recover before introducing her to the world of the Soul Protector.
Finally understanding the rules of being a Soul Protector, Gracie finds the courage needed to embrace her special gift. But she is unaware a secret from the past is waiting to catch up with her; one that will shock her to the core.
I received a request to read Soul Protector quite a while back, but with moving and a whole bunch of confusion, I never got to read and review it. I was eager to finally get into it and once I started, I was really into it.
The further I got into it, however, I honestly was losing interest in it. I hate to admit it but I even skipped pages, which I rarely do. To me, it just seemed like the book went too fast. There was a lot going on, which at times seemed to take away from the actual story-line. I just couldn't really get into it and there was too much happening for my liking.
Another thing, I'm not sure if I was reading an ARC or a finished copy. I thought it was and ARC, but at the end, there was a message thanking readers for buying the book. If it was a finished copy, there were a lot of mistakes. This book was just not for me.
JUST NOT FOR ME.