Author: Jasmine Wylder
Published: November 25, 2016 by Jasmine Wylder
Purchased: I voluntarily read and reviewed a complimentary copy of this book, $0.99 on Kindle.
Blurb: The only man who can keep her safe is also the one that could break her heart. She will have to risk it all in order to save everything.
Cara Slovenyak is being hunted. After spending a year with an abusive boyfriend, Cara knows that it is time to move on, but when she makes her move to go things go wrong. Very wrong. With a dead body in her wake and a murderous hunter on her scent, there is only one place, with one man, where she will be safe.
Marco Martinez is one of the most powerful men in the world. A billionaire who owns half of Miami, he is also a powerful dragon shape shifter. With his womanizing ways, and rich playboy entitlement, he is thrown off balance when he feels the need to protect Cara from the evil forces coming her way.
As the chemistry between Cara and Marco sizzles, both parties try to call it physical attraction and leave it at the door. But as danger gets closer and their need for each other increases, there may be only one way to make it out alive.
Review: Nope. No, no, no, nope. First off, she was not ‘chosen’ so the title is a bit of a lie. I had so, so many problems with this short novella.
Did the author get a full story in here? Yes, yes she did but that’s really the only good thing. The beginning was good too but very quickly, I was rolling my eyes and heaving great big sighs.
As soon as they meet, he takes her to his office and then she starts acting like the crazy stalker chick who thinks they should be something more even though he gave her no indication of that.
Then saying that he didn’t love her, of course he doesn’t!! You don’t love him! You’ve hardly even spoken! Goodness.
Sometimes characters just make me want to reach through the book and shake them.
I felt no connection with anyone, the cover kind of makes me feel awkward because the story ends before she gets that far along and the writing really leaves something to be desired.
As for the baby tumbling? With how the writing is, I feel like she just found out before telling him so, the baby can’t be big enough to tumble, even a dragon shifter baby. Just a little side note.
I would not recommend.
Thank you for reading my review.