- File Size: 1608 KB
- Print Length: 262 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Castle Oak Publishing LLC (March 3, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 3, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00U8DF0F4
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #728,472 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Awakening Fire: The Divine Tree Guardians (The Divine Tree Guardians Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I would give this book 3.5 stars. It is very well written, but I felt that some parts were dragged out and other parts were repeated somewhat. This is a good start to the series. I just found it hard to really get into it like I normally do when I read. The book is unique and the idea is original, to me. It's something that I haven't read before. Which is a good thing.
Venn has been an Immortal Guardian of the Divine Tree for many centuries. He and his brothers each have a tree that they have to protect. The Divine Trees basically hold the secrets of the universe. They are the protectors of Good. Venn can shift from immortal human to both wolf and hawk.
Io is a demon. He is trying to destroy the Divine Tree that Venn protects. He has tried before and had killed Venn's love, Amelia. But her blood soaked into the tree.
Emma has had visions and dreams her entire life. She can also manipulate metal. She is also aware of her past lives. She is a metal sculptor, and was commissioned to make something for her hometown's town square. This is when her past comes into the present and things start to make sense. With the help of Venn and Seth.
Overall, this is a good book. It is a unique story of good vs evil, heaven vs hell, angels vs demons.
I was given this book in return for an honest review.
I found the blurb intriguing, and I never could resist a story about centuries old immortal warriors carrying out their duties, and who were loners because they hadn't yet found the right woman to share their long lives. The change from Highlander to immortal guardian also came with the power to shift, and Venn could shift into both a wolf and a hawk at will.
Emma was an interesting character because she wasn't just another simple human. She'd had visions all of her life and the ability to melt and mold metal with her bare hands. As if that wasn't enough for her to contend with, Emma was Venn's former lover, Amelia, reincarnated. Her visions were more like flashbacks of her former life up until the moment she'd been killed.
I really liked Venn for his charm, compassion and protectiveness. He'd taken to his fate rather well, and although he'd been without a mate for two hundred years, he was never depicted as a womanizer. I liked that he didn't make it a habit of comparing her to Amelia. He noticed the differences and accepted them.
Overall, the story was good. However I enjoyed the plotting of the destruction of the Divine Tree and thus Venn more than I enjoyed the romance. Simply put, I believed his feelings more than I did hers, and he certainly put forth more effort into showing any feelings. Not only was Emma spoken for at the time, sort of, but I felt like I was supposed to accept that she was growing closer to him because she felt a connection through her flashbacks. Even once Venn had told her almost everything, she never asked about him or his family. She never pressed him for answers about anything.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was a slow start for me. It wasn't until I was about half way through that it finally started to pick up.
This is the start of a series. Read more
So this story started off a little odd for me, but it soon had me drawn in. The chemistry between Emma and Venn is instant, and a bittersweet kinda chemistry due to the past they... Read morePublished 11 months ago by sferguson105
This was my first book with Larissa Emerald. She makes sure that the story flows and there is enough going on to make you want to read just 1 more chapter. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lisa
Emma comes back to georgia to work on a sculpture her grandmother suggested her for. Now that she is back, she is having visions. She feels connected with an old oak and a man. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Arlene Mullen
Emma returns to Georgia to place a statue in the town park. When she arrives she begins to feel more than she expected both for the ancient tree in the park and the man she meets... Read morePublished 15 months ago by JamieSadler
This is the first book in the The Divine Tree Guardians series and I this is going to be a good one. Read morePublished 15 months ago by C. N.
Emma has always had unique dreams and visions, but they have faded when she gets distance from her hometown. Read morePublished 15 months ago by starysky