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reEMERGENT, Book 4 of The Guardians of Vesturon
     

reEMERGENT, Book 4 of The Guardians of Vesturon

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by A.M. Hargrove
 
Xarrid Yarrister is barely surviving...he’s living a life in hell.
The love of his life, Saylan, has vanished into thin air, and his telepathic powers can’t connect with her mind.

Saylan, a Guardian of Vesturon, doesn’t know herself anymore. Kidnapped by the Xanthians, she’s had a robotic chip implanted in her brain and is now

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Xarrid Yarrister is barely surviving...he’s living a life in hell.
The love of his life, Saylan, has vanished into thin air, and his telepathic powers can’t connect with her mind.

Saylan, a Guardian of Vesturon, doesn’t know herself anymore. Kidnapped by the Xanthians, she’s had a robotic chip implanted in her brain and is now a prisoner in her own body, lacking free will, at the beck and call of her cruel masters.

For over a year Xarrid has been on the hunt. The Guardians have searched everywhere for her, but when they finally bring her home, Xarrid discovers her memory is gone. He’s determined to restore his love’s mind back to its healthy state. Removing the chip can cost Saylan her life, but doing nothing will cause irreparable brain damage. What choice will Xarrid make and how steep of a price will Saylan have to pay?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016475509
Publisher:
A.M. Hargrove
Publication date:
06/08/2013
Series:
The Guardians of Vesturon , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
230
Sales rank:
153,834
File size:
994 KB

Meet the Author

One day, on her way home from work as a sales manager, A. M. Hargrove, realized her life was on fast forward and if she didn't do something soon, it would quickly be too late to write that work of fiction she had been dreaming of her whole life. So, she rolled down the passenger window of her fabulous (not) company car and tossed out her leather briefcase. Luckily, the pedestrian in the direct line of fire was a dodge ball pro and had über quick reflexes enabling him to avoid getting bashed in the head. Feeling a tad guilty about the near miss, A. M. made a speedy turn down a deserted side street before tossing her crummy, outdated piece-of-you-know-what lap top out the window. She breathed a liberating sigh of relief, picked up her cell phone and hit #4 on her speed dial.

Boss: Hello

A.M.: Boss, is that you?

Boss: Why yes, A. M., who else would be answering my phone?

A.M.: Er... right. Well, I'm calling to let you know you can pick up my luxury Ford Focus at Starbucks near the interstate.

Boss: Why ever would I want to do that?

A.M.: Because I quit!

A.M. hit the end button and speed dialed her husband.

A.M.: Hi hubs, can you pick me up at Starbucks?

Hubs: Sure... Having some car trouble?

A.M.: Not at all. I don't have a car to have trouble with because I just quit my job.

Hubs: WHAT?!

A.M.: It's time for a new career and I am going to be a very famous novelist.

So began A. M. Hargrove's career as a YA/NA and Adult Romance writer! Her books include Kissing Fire, Edge of Disaster, Shattered Edge, the series the Guardians of Vesturon (Survival, Resurrection, Determinant, Beginnings and reEmergent) and Dark Waltz.

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reEMERGENT, Book 4 of The Guardians of Vesturon 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really hate to say that this series had a bad ending,bit it did.the first 3 books were just incredible! They had dtamma suspence and the right amount of romance. But as this series continued it slowly lost all the qualities that drew me in in the first place. The books became predictable and repedative, and did i sayredictable and REPEDATIVE!! Oh my gosh how many times can you say i love you in one paragraph! Anyways this last book was just just really bad. I'm not one to wall away from a book or a seroes but i really considered it. This book became a how-many-mushy-comments-can-i-fit-into-200-pages kind of book. Litterally barely any plot or even story what so ever.
InkspelledFaery More than 1 year ago
I’ve waited months for this book and I am very, very sad to see this series end. I genuinely adore the Guardians and if I ever got the chance to pick any love interest from one of my paranormal romance books, I would most likely take a Vesturion Guardian. This book deals with darker themes than the other titles in the series, delving into PTSD and rape recovery, and is not for younger readers. There were some parts where I noticed that colloquial Earth slang had crept into the dialogue where it wasn’t before. I wish that hadn’t happened, but I still loved this story and won’t harp on it too much. The plot: The suspense in this series is mostly piled on at the beginning with the latter portion more devoted to wrapping up the many subplots (with characters who I adore). Nonetheless, I do which there had been a more focused point of conflict. While the main “question” appeared to be whether or not Saylan would be able to cope with what happened to her, I thought that there could have been a lot more done with what the author had. Thus far in the series, we have learned that Vesturions practice staunch pre-marital celibacy, but this installment there is an exploration into what happens when one of them doesn’t have any choice in the matter. I thought it especially sad when, after learning what had been done to her, Saylan’s father is surprised to learn Xarrid still wants her. It’s not a theme often brought up in YA and I understand why, though I think Ms. Hargrove handled it well. The characters: Aww…Xarrid. Xarrid is the main perspective of the story and I admit I wasn’t particularly fond of him in the earlier books, but here all I cared about was him finding his ladylove and making her happy. He has a lot of anger and a lust for revenge in the beginning that I don’t consider healthy, but it’s only because of Saylan and his desire to shield and protect her. Saylan has been through a lot and it takes her awhile to even remember her name. It was impossible not to feel sympathy for her. I was in torment as to whether or not she would be able to pull through the traumatic memories and nightmares that haunted her long after her rescue. I love Jurek. The shapeshifting, sarcastic, fiercely loyal, secretly good leader of the Praestani was a near-constant presence here, helping Xarrid to find Saylan, then to aid in Saylan’s recovery, and the hunt for her captors. We learn a good deal more about Jurek and the Praestani in general and I think it’s a terrible pity that Jurek’s romance is in an Adult book, because I would have loved to read it (but I am a pre-established prude and that probably won’t happen for awhile). There were a lot of subplots and loose ends that were tied off here, making for a clean end to a phenomenal series. Guardians, I will miss you and I have my fingers crossed for a spin-off series in the future!
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I have read the complete series. Loved the characters. Loved reading more about Jurek.
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Sharkey1975 More than 1 year ago
This book was very well written. I love the charecters and the storyline. I wish this was not t6he last book in the series.
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Language, albeit mild compared to most books out there. Scenes between a woman who's just coming from a trauma beyond even what Maddie may have endured to some degree and you have her sitting o the lap of an almost perfect stranger to her (kissing him as if she remembered for real that they had been "engaged" ready to be United) within a few chapters. Not for young adults as we define young adults (teenage or high school), it gives the wrong impression that even if you aren't sure of your feelings or or the other person you should just go with the flow that everyone is expecting because it's considered the normal thing to do. I don't think so! Great story line, but too short, need to take more time and think, bring these books to a better fruition before bowing to the pressure of your audience (a.k.a. readers) and throwing them out there just to get them published. Bring them back to a wider reader base also because this is a wonderful series for all ages, young advanced readers (as long as you keep it very clean), tweens (10-12), teens (13-15), young adults (16-18, a.k.a. high schoolers), and even college age (19-_ _).
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's finnaly out!!!!!!!!!!!!!