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Guardian's Faith: Volume 4 (Guardians of the Race) Paperback – 30 Nov 2013
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About the Author
Jacqueline Rhoades is the author of two Paranormal Romance series, The Wolvers and The Guardians of the Race, and one contemporary romance, Preston's Mill. She lives in small, rural southern Ohio with one lovable husband, one spoiled dog and one disinterested cat. She believes coffee is a food group and always has a pot brewing. Jackie loves hearing from her readers and is always willing to chat. She can be reached through her website, http://www.jacquelinerhoades.com/ or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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This book is about a daughter of man that was a demons prisionar for 2 years before being saved by her sister (different book called Guardians Hope) before feeling the need to sneak away with a visitor to the house she lives in, she works her way into the heart and lives of everyone around her there is of course plots against her and the special town she finds herself it has graphic sexual moments but the book isnt full of it and good fight scenes she learns to be herself and come to terms with her past.
I'd revomend the series of book but if also advise to read in order they can be stand alone books but this book especially would make a better read of the past books have been read
Faith Parsons is a Daughter of Man whose powers have yet to reach their full potential. Following months of horrific abuse at the hands of a demon, Faith is having a difficult time with her emotional recovery until the day Lucien ad Toussaint pays a visit to Canaan's House of Guardians where she resides. What follows is a cross country escapade with two rambunctious trainees, a quiet Vigilante and the man who would steal her heart.
Guardian's Faith focuses on Faith's recovery and the re-building of Lucien's House of Guardians. The reader is pulled into Lucien's world of shape-shifters, demons and vampires; Guardians, family and betrayal; a village mired in secrets and old-world beliefs; and the vendetta of one family to take back their birthright.
The relationship between our leading couple is slow to build but one that will see both Lucien and Faith succumbed to the healing properties of friendship and love. Lucien has long hidden in the shadows and kept to himself but when Faith enters his life with her love of humor, a good joke and pizza, Lucien will find his frozen heart begins to melt. Love will open Lucien's eyes and his heart to a possible future that involves both his present and his past.
Jacqueline Rhoades pushes the Guardians of the Race series in another direction by breathing life into Lucien's House of Guardians and the re-establishing of a family home for future Guardians and their mates. We are introduced to several secondary characters including new trainees Adam and Lalo, the members of Lucien's household and a village of people who are more than they appear to be.
Guardian's Faith is a story of betrayal and loss; revenge and death; family and friends; healing and love. Jacqueline has written a wonderful and engaging series that will keep your attention from the very start-you will become one with the family of Guardians and Daughters of Man-and experience the emotional high and lows as Jacqueline's storyline characters come to life on the pages of the Guardians of the Race series.
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Can I just start this by saying how much I actually adore this author? I have honestly never read any of her books that I didn't need to devour in one sitting and fall in love with, usually by the end of the first page. Not surprisingly, this book made me feel the exact same way. There are certain books you come across occasionally and know that it will be something you can read over and over again and this entire series, to me, is such, no matter how many times I read them, I enjoy it as if it was the very time again and fall in love with them all over again. These books stand out in the genre as the characters and storylines are always unique and amazing, the world the author manages to create is unlike any others I have come across whilst still feeling as though the events are taking place almost right outside your front door. Faith was an entirely surprising character. After having been introduced much earlier in the series there were many questions regarding this character that needed answering. Thankfully this happens throughout the course of this book and you get a much deeper insight into the character. Without spoiling anything for those that haven't read the story I wasn't surprised so much as I was awed at the strength and resilience Faith shows. Lucien ad Toussaint was a surprising character though, the more I learned about him the more he grew on me and he had many things hidden that you didn't see at first glance. This was one of my favourite things about this book, the characters were very three dimensional and you continue to find out new things about them as the book progresses. As always with these books, I laughed, cried and was on the edge of my seat waiting to see what happened. There were so many wonderful characters, both old and new that hopefully these books can just continue forever, as they seem to get better and better with each new instalment. I have to say, this author would definitely place in my top three of all time, long may it continue. If you haven't tried this series before now you really must, this is oner of those rare series' that I would actually recommend to anyone. It really does have the perfect balance and if you are a romance fan especially then these should be on the top of your tbr, the perfect mix of mystery, suspense, laughter and tears and romance with not too much steam but also just enough that it should keep most everyone happy. Eagerly awaiting the next instalment
I know that The Guardians have not been quite as popular as The Wolvers (and much as I also love the latter, if I had to choose it would be the former) so I do hope there will be more to enjoy. Faith took a long time to arrive but the wait was definitely worth it!
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