Thursday, February 4, 2016

#ReviewTeam: Stephanie's Thoughts About Protecting His Forever by LeAnn Ashers

Protecting His Forever 
LeAnn Ashers



I always thought soulmates were an illusion dreamed up in fairytales until Kane. He stormed in during the scariest moment of my life, and even though he fights his own demons, he fights harder for me. Together, we have an unbreakable bond.


I’m ruthless, especially when it comes to Sydney. She has a stalker, and he’s brought company. Sydney is MINE, and I will do whatever it takes to keep her safe. But, when we’re hit with a surprise, our lives are changed forever…

LeAnn Asher’s is a blogger turned author who lives in a small slice of heaven Kentucky with her dog Pebbles. On her off days she enjoys spending time with her larger than life nephew and nieces. LeAnn release her debut novel early 2016, and she can’t wait to where this new adventure takes her. LeAnn writes about strong minded female and strong protective males who love their women unconditionally.

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Stephanie's Review
2 stars

Protecting His Forever was a good read. I felt that there were a few chapters that were placed in there with no real purpose. It seemed there were a lot of events added to add intrigue and mystery however for me I felt they were thrown together to entice but didn’t seem to fit well. I felt the story could have been written a lot smoother and would have held my attention better and make me want to know what would happen next. It had a feeling of being rushed when it came to the meat of the story. 
I think the story line was good and has potential to be a great book; it just needed some touching up. I think the book could have given a little more background into the lives of the main characters. They came together in the beginning and it was like they knew each other but not really. Was there history there? How did they know each other? I liked the idea of the challenges of the children being thrown into their lives however I think when it came to Carter, being that he was older, realistically it would have taken a lot longer to get past the rough life and to feel happiness and safety in his new family. 

Instead of jumping fifteen years later, I think the book could have projected the information in a separate book. I could see it develop into a series and branch out with different characters – Carter, Arabella, the twins, Braelyn & Ethan, Chase & Jessica. 

Overall with some tweaks, I think it could be a great story with series potential. 

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