Immortal Wounds by Loni Lynne – Review by Gladys, #NerdGirlOfficial

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Title: Immortal Wounds

Author: Loni Lynne

Published Date: February 14th 2015

Genre: Romance

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone…

Vietnam never stopped for Mike Linder—and it never will. As an immortal being, Mike is doomed to face his issues of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder he suffered in combat for eternity. The darkness in the seventy year old vampire is swept away by the sweet spirited Christina Johnston who he is called upon by his boss to protect from clan enemies. But keeping his sunshine around would only lead to extinguishing her light, permanently.

His Sunshine…His Only Sunshine…

Tina Johnston always believes the glass is half full. The eternal optimist, she wants to help Mike find the peace from his horrors of war and she believes she’s the one to give it to him. Unfortunately, Mike won’t let her. Haunted by his past and suffering terrors mixed with his present, is she strong enough to endure his tortured past? Can she heal his Immortal Wounds?

***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Gladys #NerdGirlOfficial Review***

*This review has been provided by the author for an honest review

Lions! Tigers and NOPE!!! Vampires!! Yes a vampire book has surfaced from the paranormal romance writer Loni Lynne!! I have read her other paranormal series and adored her Ghosties!! Her new vampire series, A Guardians of Dacia is just as suspenseful and exciting and swoonworthy!!!

It follows all the right formulas that receives a good rating from me. The world building and character development is done perfectly (and since I read her other books in series ~ reviews to follow) and are consistent.

In this novella Mike Linder is a 70 year old vampire who was a Vietnam vet with post-traumatic stress disorder. He just so happens to be called upon to be the Guardian of a oh so happy optimistic being named SUNSHINE. Oh I mean Tina. Together with his PTSD and vampire moods, her sunny disposition and the reason she needs to be protected, the book gets a huge dollop of PLOT and a dash of spice!!

I adored reading the introduction to the Guardian series!! I give Loni Lynne 5 stars and I tip my Nerd Girl hat to you again and again and again. <3

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