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  • MP3 CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Corporation; MP3 Una edition (19 Nov. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1480538213
  • ISBN-13: 978-1480538214
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 1.3 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,042,436 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Denise Grover Swank is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author. She writes urban fantasies without vampires and werewolves, romantic comedy mysteries set in the south, and sexy new adult contemporary romances. Denise has six children, three dogs, and an overactive imagination. She can be found dancing in her kitchen with her children, reading or writing her next book. You will rarely find her cleaning.

You can find out more about Denise at www.denisegroverswank.com or email her at DeniseGroverSwank@gmail.com

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About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Denise Grover Swank has written 10 novels, including the Chosen series and the Rose Gardner mysteries. She was born in Kansas City, Missouri. At 19, she became a nomad, living in five cities, four states, and ten houses over the next decade before returning to her roots. Her hobbies include making witty Facebook comments and dancing in the kitchen. She has six children and hasn’t lost her sanity. Or so she leads everyone to believe. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ekaruna42 on 30 Dec. 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
This is a review across all three books.

I am currently on the lookout for books with an interesting and imaginative premise which are well-executed. This one caught my eyes as it was being advertised on my Kindle home screen, and the author is apparently a New York Times best selling author.

It is not the first time I have wondered how someone became a best selling author. The premise may be OK, it's certainly different though I don't find it very compelling, but the writing is poor and Ellie is the Mary-Suest of Mary Sues I have ever come across, at least in published fiction. (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/CommonMarySueTraits) We are unreliably informed that she is 'smart' and 'funny' (claims more often refuted than supported), and as for 'beautiful'... well, it's writing: if someone says a character is physically attractive, they are. I don't think I've ever met someone her age in my life who is so difficult and quick-tempered. Worse, the author portrays it as justified and a sign of self-respect and independence (this happens a lot in similar fiction), rather than the immature foolishness it actually is. ('You can't tell me what to do, I'm not going to do it, just *because* you told me to, even though it's completely reasonable and sane and ADVISABLE, like jumping in the car and getting far far away from the mafia-guy whose creepy office we just left'.) And the love interest always secretly finds it attractive and appealing and refreshingly different even though it drives him crazy, whereas any normal person would be wishing for a screaming three-year-old instead, because at least a screaming three-year-old has an excuse.

Collin's personality and character just bend around her, way too quickly and for no convincing reason (ah, Mary Sue!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jeannie Zelos on 9 April 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
The Curse Keepers Denise Grover Swank.

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well, I’ve read and loved a couple of Denise's books, and yet read another that didn't work for me so...this one...should I request it? Well, I did and it was a fun read.
It's based around the mysterious Lost Colony of Roanoke, the Virginia settlement that vanished without a trace around 1590. Denise has taken the legend and compiled this gripping tale from it. In her version it disappeared as a result of a curse, and the two families involved have a gate keeper in each generation, and must keep the artefacts needed for the future, and the story a secret. Ellie was brought up as a gatekeeper being the only child of her gatekeeper father but after a family tragedy in which her mum died when she was eight, she's given up on the whole story, nothing has happened in the past 400 years and she thinks its just one of those long held, but untrue tales. Then she meets Collin....and everything changes, literally with a bang.
So, I liked Ellie. She's a lovely lady, working hard to help her dad and step mother, a loving daughter and good friend. Who wouldn’t think this was just a family tale after so many years, and now her dad has Altzeimers just when she needs his help she's stuck. Luckily Collin, the other gatekeeper, knows what they need to do. He's a conundrum though, drop dead sexy and a self admitted man whore, he tells Ellie not to trust him, and its clear he skirts around the edges of the law. He takes his gatekeeper role very seriously though. He's a real jerk to Ellie, and to be honest even though she knows something extraordinary has happened it seemed to me incongruous that she'd say “ I'm on shift for another 20 mins” or “ I mustn't be late for work/have to visit dad, have to...
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There's a wall between our world and the world of vengeful spirits. Spirits that have been trapped there for over 400 years, including a couple of wind Gods. They where trapped because of a mistake in a curse laid down by Manteo, one of the Croatoan's and Ananias Dare one of the Lost Colony. Now, that wall is about to come crashing down.

Ellie Lancaster has lived her whole life on Roanoke Island, the site of the mysterious Lost Colony or Roanoke, the Virginia settlement who vanished without a trace in around 1590. Only the descendants of the two men who banished the spirits of an enemy tribe from the material realm know what really happened to the colony. Ellie is one of these descendants, the descendant of Ananias Dare, and a Curse Keeper. Ellie's father took great pains to teach her every aspect of the curse and the responsibilities of it's guardians. He taught her that if the two Curse Keepers meet and touch, the curse will be lifted, and the Native American spirits will be released to seek their revenge. On her. But after Ellie's mother's murder, she forgets all but the base facts.

Ellie's never really believed in the curse, she's always thought it was just folklore. She works as a waitress to make enough money to keep her fathers bed and breakfast afloat and help take care of his nursing needs. But when the darkly handsome but downright infuriating and rude Collin Dailey and realizes everything is true, because when she lays eyes on him, all the air is sucked from the room, and when they touch hands...she can see the gate opening. The curse is real, and Ellie has to learn all of the information she never wanted to know, fight off evil spirits, and avoid the man from Collin's past who's determined to have Ellie.
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