Review: Protector by Jessica Wilde


Protector by Jessica Wilde
(The Brannock Siblings #4)
Publication:July 17th 2015
Genre:Contemporary Romance,Chick Lit
 Isabelle Brannock was adored by her children in every possible way. Her ability to love reflects in each of them and to this day, they remember the never ending happiness she and their father, Liam, shared. However, life wasn’t always beautiful and their magnificent mother kept her dark secrets buried away so her children would always remember that family is the most important thing.
Liam Brannock has watched his children find that same happiness he knew so well and, as a father, he couldn’t be prouder. Knowing that the struggles each of them endured were worth the sacrifices they made to find the love of their lives, he finally feels content with revealing the secrets Isabelle worked so hard to keep.
Liam tells his children the story of how he met their mother and the secrets they never suspected would be possible for a woman who lived each day showing her children that love conquers all.For readers 18+ due to sexual content.Note to readers:
This is Liam and Isabelle’s story as well as updates on Ash, Con, and Gus.
This cannot be read as a standalone.Series Order:
Book 1 – Leverage
Book 2 – Conned
Book 3 – Missing
Book 4 – Protector

review4 Rating

“She was sad,
of course he had no doubt,
but her presence exuded happiness.”

I loved this book so much. It was emotional, sweet, adorable and I just loved it! Though this book was great I still needed more, I did not like that the book kept jumping between present and past! I was so excited that there was a book about Izzy and Liam because I really wanted to read about the love that was so inspiring for their children!

This book tell us how Isabelle Moore met Liam in Ireland. Isabelle did not have a great relationship with her family and she had an arranged mariage with an very abusive and dangerouse guy named Christopher. The only way she could get away from him was to make a deal with him. He let her go to Ireland for one month as long as she marries him when she goes back to America. She never planned to marry him and she thought her aunt could help her with all this.

“How crazy do I make you?
Insane. To the point I can’t decide if
I want to run from ye or kiss ye until
neither of us can breathe.”

Little did she know that she might feel safe again in a country so far from home. The moment Liam saw Isabelle, he knew she would change his life. He wanted to be the one to show her around Ireland and they become close friends that later turned to lovers! I love how strong Isabelle was, she never gave up on what she wanted but she also needed Liam to help her stop running from all the time for things that is actually good for her!  She nearly gave up on her self and lots Liam but one person talked a lot of sense into her! Though I said I didn’t like that the book kept jumping between the past and present but did love seeing Ash and Luke they are just so adorable!! Remember people you can’t read this book if you haven’t read the first books in this series! Jessica did write this book with a lot of emotion!

“He was in love with Isabelle. So deeply in love that he couldn’t see past her. In just ten days he’d discovered so little about her life in America, but so much about her.”


About the author

I live in Morgan Utah with my husband, daughter, and dogs, Kolo and Keena. I write as often as my active daughter will let me and my husband has the patience of a saint. I find inspiration from dreams, people I meet, and life experiences. When I write, I usually end up drinking one too many cans of Peace Tea, eating three too many Fruit by the Foot fruit snacks, and accidently kicking my pup and best buddy, Kolo, too many times since he loves to sleep under my desk at my feet.

I started writing as a teen, but my fear of the unknown won out every time and I threw everything out. After becoming a mother and deciding to stay at home to raise my beautiful little girl, I tried again when I couldn’t stop thinking of ideas. I loved every minute, every hour of sleep lost, and every character that came to life in my mind.

It’s strange, but my favorite moments are when I have writer’s block because I can turn to my husband and find inspiration through him by just doing what we do best together. Talking, laughing, and just being in love. He doesn’t like to read, but he never stops encouraging me to keep going.

Writing has become an important part of my life and every book has a special place in my heart.


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