Review of Oliver: Project Arma, book 7 by Nyssa Kathryn

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Another great story in the Project Arma series. These books have great characters, great story lines, and a lot of suspense and action. The pages turn quickly in this book.

Oliver “Ax” Bolton is a member of Marble Protection. He and his “brothers” started this business, and they give back to their community by holding self-defense classes for women as well as being a business that helps their community. They are men that have special abilities and are determined to stop those that take from others without consent, in any way.

Tori is a woman that is clueless as to who she is. She woke up in the hospital and was told that she was found in the Colorado River by hikers. Now she’s on a mission to find out who she is and the only lead she has is a note in her pocket guiding her to someone with the first name that starts with an O and Marble Protection. What she’s searching for could destroy her or get her killed.

I love these books and Oliver was just as good as the other 6 books in the series. Nyssa Katheryn has a way with writing these books that may seem to lead along the same paths, but each one has their own unique part in the story. Oliver and Tori had one night and now he is the only person that she feels safe with and that she may find her past and get the answers she seeks. The only problem is that they could also put each other in danger, and both be killed. The action of this story was non-stop, and the story was fast paced. I loved it and I am looking forward to Kye’s story. I give this book a 5-star review.

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