Wednesday, November 6, 2013

                The Guardians Review

Author: T.M.Franklin
Publisher: The Writer's Coffee Shop Publishing House
Pages: 255 pages
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Series: More series

          It’s not every day a girl discovers she’s not entirely human and unlocks hidden powers strong enough to make even the First Race take notice. Then again, Ava Michaels is no ordinary girl.

Now, the Race’s Ruling Council wants her under their control, and that’s just the beginning of her problems. Her boyfriend, Caleb Foster, has disappeared—accused of betraying the Race—and Ava herself is implicated in a crime she didn’t commit. 

Clearing their names will mean uncovering a web of deceit and intrigue with Ava woven right in the center. To unravel the strands, she joins forces with some unlikely allies; a Protector who once haunted her nightmares, a young girl with secrets as unexpected as Ava’s, and a group of rebel Guardians who have their own fight against the Council.

Together they stand in a battle to find the truth, bring Caleb home, and secure Ava’s freedom—not to mention save her life.

        This book pick's up a few months after the first book ends and goes right in to Ava training with Caleb to learn more about her race trait. I enjoyed this book it has lots of action and Ava learns even more about her self. She also learns where she came from and who her father is. Believe me I'm still a little socked at who he is. T.M.Franklin did a really good job with this story. Most of the time I can get these stories figured out before the end of the book, but this time I was stumped. I love this series and can't wait for next book. I give this book five stars for a great story in this series.