Ripped And Roar

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Ripped And Roar

Ripped And Roar Cila Wen has lived her life unable to speak for fear destroying those around her The Sector Guard has offered her a position and assistance in controlling her talent but Cila is not sure if that is e

  • Title: Ripped And Roar
  • Author: Viola Grace
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Cila Wen has lived her life unable to speak for fear destroying those around her The Sector Guard has offered her a position and assistance in controlling her talent, but Cila is not sure if that is even possible Ripper, her soon to be partner, is convinced otherwise and does everything in his power to help her out of her shell and into his bed.

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    1. Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews on said:

      Originally posted at: longandshortreviews.cImagine living a life of solitude: alone and afraid to utter a sound for fear of destroying everything and everyone around you. This is the life Cila Wen has become accustomed to living, the only person on a relay station. She has known since she was a child that to speak is to create havoc and harm, so she communicates only by writing. When the Sector Guard offers a chance at a more normal life, with the chance of a productive and rewarding future amon [...]

    2. The TBR Pile *Book review site* on said:

      I was so excited to give this a read. I love science fiction and this claimed to have an added touch of romance that really sparked my interest. I’m instantly wondering if this is a series. The beginning is well written but not very informative. What exactly happens when she talks? Where is she in space? Nothing too problematic mainly because I’m a sci fi fan and can usually follow the talk pretty well. Ms. Grace did a wonderful job with the transition from speaking to sign language. Then th [...]

    3. Lady Lioness on said:

      Full disclosure, I have not read any of the previous books in this series. I wasn't even aware when I bought it that it was a series. Knowing that it's book 21 explains a lot and mitigates a lot of my concerns with this title. However. When I got to the end, I said, verbatim, "Where the f-k is the rest of it?" Not aloud, of course, because I'm on my lunch break and I think my co-workers, all grandmas, would object to my salty language. But that is the exact thought I had when I scrolled to the n [...]

    4. Emily Anne on said:

      Not enough plot. Things were missing and the ending was crap practically nonexistent.

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