Thursday, January 29, 2015

Review: Her Sexy Sentinel by Jenn Burke

Her Sexy Sentinel
Author: Jenn Burke
Release Date: January 26, 2015
Publisher: Entangled: Covet
ISBN: 1633751937
ISBN13: 9781633751934
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Review Copy Source: Publisher
The most dangerous thing they could do is fall in love...

Callie Noble fled to Ottawa to escape danger. But she is far from safe. Overwhelmed by a strange new power she can't control, Callie is terrified and painfully incapacitated. Her only hope is to seek the help of the one man who broke her heart...

Derrick Llewellyn is one of the Sentinels charged with the protection of the city's mysterious secret. Seeing Callie again is a shock enough, but the electricity between them is stronger than ever. Still, loving another marked individual is forbidden, and Callie needs his help—not romantic complications.

But there are forces at work in the city, and Callie finds herself inexorably drawn into a world filled with danger and untold magics. A world where loving Derrick isn't just's the surest way to drive them both mad.

Although the storyline was enjoyable, I had a hard time connecting to the main characters. Callie knows nothing of magic and when something crazy happens she calls Derrick thinking he would help her, he of course does. They have a history and their last meeting didn't end well so there's tension. I found both of them to be kind of frustrating while they worked with their feelings as well as their new relationship towards each other in a business sense. The chemistry was there, I just didn't fully fall into their relationship.

The story had a decent flow to it, It was easy to understand and I didn't see a lot of things coming, which is always nice. I'm not sure if I would read another book if this was part of a series. It would have to be a pretty awesome characters to get me to pick it up, I do have someone in mind so I will keep an eye out.

I gave it 3/5 stars

* This book was provided free of charge from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.