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Posted May 19, 2013
Cooper has yet again hit the ball out of the park. She brings together the story of a couple we have been hearing about on and off for a while now. By using the same eloquent yet flowing and light writing style that shines through all of her Sidhi stories and combining it with characters that we have seen on and off throughout the series she manages to tell a love story that will travel through the ages in a very short amount of time.
Rather than spending a great deal of time on character development, Cooper tells us what we need to know about the characters and spends most of her time on story development. Each and every action, reaction, and description helps to build the story towards its conclusion. Cooper ensures that she keeps her audience captivated while telling a story that will entertain and enthral them.
I love how all of Cooper’s Sidhi stories intertwine yet remain independent of one another. It’s a very unique way to write a series. Each couple keeps you captivated for a short while, never outstaying their welcome and always leaving you wanting more.
Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review
Posted November 17, 2012
Guardian's Beloved Mate by Jodie B. Cooper
Song of the Sídhí #4
I have not read any books in the series,but now want to go and read them. The story does stand alone but would be so much better I believe if I had read them first.
I like the characters and want to more about them.
Guardian Alexander is determined to find his mate Lizzie she went missing 20 years ago.
He set up a camp of youth as bait. He thought they were protected enough that no harm would come to them.
Khr'Vurr are a terrorist group that had kidnapped his mate. He wants to destroy them for revenge and to find Lizzie.
The story has drama,sad parts and humor. It is a clean read. It looks by this short story a good series to read and be entertained by.
I was given this ebook to read by librarything in exchange of honest review.
Published: Oct. 20, 2012 ISBN: 9781301547531 Words: 14033 (approximate)
Posted October 25, 2013
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