Mini Review: Protect and Service (Paranormal Protection Agency #3) by Mina Carter

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Protect and Service Book Cover Protect and Service
Paranormal Protection Agency #3
Mina Carter
Erotic Paranormal Romance - Supernatural
Blue Hedgehog Press
May 14th 2014


Eloise is a woman on a mission. She needs to find a date for the annual hospital ball, and fast.

The trouble is she's not only man-free but, after her bastard of an ex has a nasty little curse hurled her way, no human guy will touch her with a barge-pole—not after one of her dates ends up with green acne, another with a nose like Pinocchio…the list goes on.

Out of options, Eloise ends up at the offices of the Paranormal Protection Agency. She's not sure what to expect, but she certainly doesn't expect Jared Stone. No one expects Stone…

Publisher’s Note: This title has been previously released with another publisher.
Please note: This is a short erotic story in the Paranormal Protection Agency series and is intended for individuals over the age of eighteen.



~ 2 Protect and Service Stars ~

Protect and Service is book three in the Paranormal Protection Agency by Mina Carter. It can be read as a stand-a-lone.

Unfortunately, this one did not work for me. It had to do with the hero, Jared, and heroine, Eloise, not having any type of history together, before they end up meeting at the PPA headquarters. I need my hero and heroine to have a prior history together for it to be believable and work for me. I never felt any connection to our leads nor did I believe they would feel anything more then just a physical attraction.

Protect and Service is quick, down and dirty sex. It’s smut. The sex scenes are hot, dirty and well written, but I need more.

Protect and Service was not the book for me. If the blurb intrigues you, I urge you to give it a shot. Just because it did not work for me does not mean it won’t for you.

Note: Some of the books in the PPA series are short stories like this, while others are much fuller.

*Disclaimer: I purchased this book for my own consumption. I was not given any type of copy for a review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.

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