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The Savage Protector (#5): New Adult Dark Paranormal/Sci-fi Romance (The Savage Series) Kindle Edition
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The Savage Protector did have me worried in the beginning, because once again, we're introduced to several new characters and added their POVs to the already way too many that exist. Not to mention that the fragment manages to get their hands on Evelyn again (and again...). At least it wasn't Clara again, too. But from there, things actually move forward rather than being a repeat of the previous books. I can't say that I cared at all about the new characters, but I was very much invested in those who have been around since the beginning.
Clara has been doing her best to lead her people and forge alliance, but in The Savage Protector she is betrayed again and again. Somehow those close to her aren't who she thought they were, and would use her for their own gain. But some who were thought to be enemies become her saviors. There's no way to know who to trust! There's also those who are endlessly loyal to Clara and sadly lost their lives in this installment.
There's a lot of sadness in The Savage Protector, but it ultimately ends on a happy note. Clara has been through so much, and she's sick of the loss her people are continuing to face, so she's taking control. She's breathing life into the sphere and creating joy out of sadness. Things definitely aren't perfect, so I'm wondering where things will go next.
Great ideas, great themes that should be explored - but the whole series desperately cries for a thorough rewrite.
I'm always blown away at how fantastic Tamara writes her battle scenes. not easily done...and there are many. I found myself doing a Jonesy fist pump and yelling out "ha-ahhh!" when Clara began to defend herself righteously and wreaked some havoc on the bad guys.
An amazing story from an amazing author!