Blog Tour and Review: Savannah Sacrifice by Danica Winters

Posted on July 14, 2014 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in Reviews / 0 Comments

When I received a copy of Savannah Sacrifice in exchange for
an honest review I did not realize that it was part of a series. It was not
until I began delving into its pages that It became clear.  Savannah Sacrifice is the fourth book  in the Nymph series.  This is my first experience with the author’s work as such I was not sure what to expect. Because I did not read the previous books in the series, there were moments in the story where I was lost.  However, I did not allow this to deter  from completing the story.
I thought the premise of the plot was unique. I have read
various books about shifters, but never any about vulture and swan shifters.  I enjoyed reading this installment and I am
now compelled to read the previous books in the series. It had the right mix of
romance, suspense, mystery and action that will have readers hooked and
Unfortunately for  me, I was unable to connect
with the characters.  This is due to not
having any backstory about them. It would have helped if they were to
experience flashbacks.
Savannah Sacrifice depicts the extent to which one will go
to protect the one they love. It’s a great story and lovers of shifter stories
will enjoy this title, however, it would be best to read the previous books in
the series before proceeding with Savannah Sacrifice.


About Danica Winters

Danica Winters is a bestselling author of over ten books.  She has won multiple awards and is known for writing books that grip readers with their ability to
drive emotion through suspense and occasionally a touch of magic. Most recently, Danica was the winner of the 2013 Paranormal Romance Guild’s Book of the Year Award and currently a finalist in the Chanticleer Reviews and Media Paranormal Book of the Year competition for her paranormal romantic suspense
novel, Montana Mustangs.

When she’s not working, she can be found in the wilds of Montana testing her patience while she tries to
understand the allure of various crafts (quilting, pottery, and painting are not her thing).  She always believes the cup is neither half full nor half empty, but it better be filled with wine.

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