Roth: Protector

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For over two thousand cycles of the sun, Roth Beowolf has completed missions as a Shapeling Protector. The successful completion of his current assignment will usher him into the rank of Shapeling Master. The Thirteen co-Princes have sent him to act as bodyguard to Rainey Childress, spoiled heiress and brilliant scientist. This decisive mission is turning into possibly his worst. More

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About Verna Clay

My perfect day: coffee shop; laptop; latte; characters demanding their stories be told; a plot that comes together; and hours to live in an alternate reality.

Seriously, I have always loved reading, and now I love writing. As a preteen, I devoured Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys Mysteries. When I reached my teen years, the romance genre became my favorite and that has never changed. After years of procrastinating, I tried my hand at writing and I've been doing so with a passion ever since. I have written over thirty romance novels and novellas in the genres of contemporary, contemporary western, historical western, fantasy, and paranormal. Because I hate saying goodbye to characters who have lived with me for months, I usually create a series so they can be revisited from book to book. I have also written a Young Adult novella titled "Fragile Hearts" using the pen name of Colleen Clay.

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About the Series: Shapeling Trilogy
ROTH: PROTECTOR
For over two thousand cycles of the sun, Roth Beowolf has completed missions as a Shapeling Protector. The successful completion of his current assignment will usher him into the rank of Shapeling Master. The Thirteen co-Princes have sent him to act as bodyguard to Rainey Childress, spoiled heiress and brilliant scientist. This decisive mission is turning into possibly his worst.

FAWN: MASTER
An unexpected promotion to the rank of Shapeling Master sends Fawn Woods on her first Mission of Mastery: nanny to an emotionally challenged child. Unknown to anyone but Fawn and the Thirteen co-Princes, Zoe is an Indigo child: the next stage in human evolution. To help Zoe, Fawn must first unravel the mystery surrounding her.

DAVIDE: PRINCE
Since childhood Davide has been told that he is the fulfillment of prophesy--the Great Shapeling Prince. Early on, he decided the universe had made a mistake. How could he be the Prince when he has no shifting ability?

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eva mader reviewed on Dec. 11, 2017

i enjoied this book. Roth is verry uncomunicative towards Rainey... she would be much more cooperative if he would talk more(probably a litle, no probably not at all. but he could have tryed...) also he is stuborn and of Cours she does not Need to know anithing because he is so much older and wiser... like f** it all my mission is important nothing else..she'll deal ore she wont but she'll live...man! Rainey is so bloody stuborn and shorsighted, selfish and a little princess,the world circles around her and everithing has to be as she wants it to be... i am so brilliant! my work, my work! i get her and i understand him to but man... with the unusual and Magic world of the thirteen, witch was not explaind much(i would have liked to know more about that), it is a interesting book.... not my favorite because i think it could have been longer, i dont know, but it does not feel to hurried when they trevel, it is ok then but somethimes it is lacking Story. for example: it just seems the mistery/Magic with dreams and all could have been more, also i am just missing backstory and somethimes caracter ineteraction... i dont know i am missing something... so only 4sars p.s.: sorry about my spelling... deal ore dont but you'll live :)
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