Book 1, The Guardians
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Seventeen-year-old Genesis Green is living anything but a charmed life. As far back as she can remember, she and her mother have been bouncing from town to town, struggling to survive on Ramen noodles and minimum wage.
Late one evening, Genesis and her boyfriend are in a car accident. Carter’s SUV rolls, and Genesis finds herself injured, lying on the pavement. Just before she slips into the darkness an unfamiliar voice calls out to her, promising everything will be fine.
His name is Seth, and he’s the Guardian assigned to protect her.
When Genesis begins having bizarre visions, the Guardians believe she could be useful to them. To Seth, this means stepping into the middle of an epic battle between angels and demons. Even with supernatural protection, there’s no guarantee he can keep Genesis safe, something that's becoming more important to him by the day.
The line between reality and the celestial becomes so blurred that Genesis can't decide who’s real and who’s otherworldly, and worse: who's good and who's evil.
THE GUARDIAN is a 53k-word/215-page novel for young adults.
I loved the characters and how the author wrote this story. I finished this book in less then 4 hours. I couldn't stop reading. I encourage people to read.
Could've been an interesting story, but the characters lack depth. Also, the author's choice to leave out words made for a bizarre read. Instead of saying, "...hands around my neck" she'd say, "hands around neck." So often were pronouns left out I figured it's a stylistic thing as opposed to bad editing, but it was weird. The dialogue between the characters was not the greatest. The protagonist was annoying. I won't be moving on.
Really good can't wait to read the next books!!!