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The Protector

Autor: Bridget Essex
Sprecher: Stephanie Murphy
Spieldauer: 11 Std. und 38 Min.
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What if the woman you loved was the one person you could never be with? Elizabeth Grayson doesn't want a bodyguard. She's worked hard for her normal life, but her father, the founder of a booming seafood empire, is a prime target for his unethical competitors. When her father hires a bodyguard for Elizabeth, she's less than enthusiastic...that is, until she meets the mysterious Layne O'Connell. Sarcastic, charming, and secretive, Layne is hired to keep Elizabeth safe. But protecting her heart wasn't in the job description. Elizabeth's father has been keeping secrets from her, and she's soon going to find out that her family is stranger than she could ever have imagined: she's descended from vampires. When Layne reveals her true nature, Elizabeth's world is thrown upside down. Because Elizabeth has fallen for the one person she can't be with: the brooding werewolf who was charged with keeping her alive. Part heart-pounding mystery, part epic romance, the novel The Protector will leave you spellbound.

©2016 Bridget Essex (P)2017 Rose and Star Press

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Why!?

This is infuriating, I can't enjoy the story because nobody acts like a real person and that's because the story would only be half as long if it wouldn't artificially keep the protagonist in the dark about everything that would make her life easier.

For example the protagonist is very independent according to the story, but in every situation where that character trait could be manifested she gives in to the other parties even when she knows the arguments of the other parties are lies or at least only half truths.
Why the hell does the protagonist not attack her bodyguard because of what she did, first kissing her and then pushing her away and then get angry even though the bodyguard has all the information while the protagonist is fishing in the dark.
Why did the protagonist not talk with anyone about the kiss to her neck while the concert had no lights.

If you want a story where the protagonist lacks information then find better explanations than "we just can't talk about it"!
Everybody already knows that the protagonist will be better off after these informations are revealed.