Review: Seal of Awakening by Traci Douglass

Posted January 22, 2014 by Sherri in Reviews / 0 Comments

Review: Seal of Awakening by Traci Douglass
Seal of Awakening by Traci Douglass
Series: Seven Seals #3
Genres: Contemporary, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, SciFi
Published by SpinTale Publishing on October 28, 2013
Format: Ebook
Pages: 220
Source: Author

Also in this series: Seal of Destiny, Seal of Surrender
Purchase Links: AmazonBarnes & Noble
Book Links: Goodreads
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Book Description:

Book Description:
Embrace the geek, save the world…

Socially awkward geneticist Quinn Strickland has willingly forgone the pleasures in life to reach her career objectives. Alone and approaching thirty, she uses her independence to mitigate any risk of a broken heart. Her strategy works until the day a handsome stranger bursts into her lab and her orderly plans shoot straight to Hades. He claims to be her personal divine protector, a powerful, ancient warrior sent to defend a prophetic time bomb existing within her own genetic code.

The Scion’s alpha-geek Wyck is offered the opportunity of his immortal lifetime as head of his own covert operation. He arrives at a Colorado lab expecting starched white coats and sterile surroundings—not a redheaded spitfire in charge of both his project and his libido. His skills have carried him from the battlefields of ancient England to the pits of Hell and he has no plans to be felled by one woman, regardless of her shag-worthy charms. Divine duty requires him to protect the apocalyptic Seal encrypted within Quinn’s DNA, but his heart has other ideas. When his personal feelings interfere with his age-old vendetta, he’s forced to decide between desire and retribution.


Lynn’s Review:
Wyck is in charge of this current mission.  Dr. Quinn Strickland doesn’t know it yet but they’re going to be working together.  You will love his description of Quinn after their first meeting – then wait for her reply.  Our heroine is a very strong woman.  It may be due to circumstances but she doesn’t let that interfere with what she feels is right.  If you want something to lighten a day that may not have been going too well then this book will help.

Book one set the stage for this series but this book will get your blood pumping – it just gets better and better as each page is turned.  If I give you any hints, you won’t want to get this book and fall in love with Wyck like I did.  I tried, I really did – I tried to read this book as slowly as I could but the pages just went by too quickly.  I was able to get this book done in just one day.

Traci shows her readers what happens when you fool around with science – and you never know, what she writes here may at some point become reality.  Our author also shows her readers that you don’t need a lot of sex in order to read a great book.  It’s the tension between the two, all the thrills, and action that had me hooked.

This is a series, at least so far, that you don’t have to read in order but if you want to follow the Seals you will need to.  I didn’t read them in order and had no trouble following at all.  But I did feel that at some point if you meet the other Seals in other books; then starting at one, two, etcetera makes more sense.  I’m also looking forward to seeing what our author has in store for Seal four.  But we’ll have to wait because I couldn’t find any hints at her web site, http://tracidouglass.net/. (Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds from Romance Reader Enthusiast)

Seven Seals Series

Seal of Destiny, Book #1 – Lynn’s Review

Seal of Surrender, Book #2 – Lynn’s Review

Seal of Awakening, Book #3