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Guardians: The Girl (The Guardians Series, Book 1) (A Paranormal Romance) Kindle Edition
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Emmy, the main character is a superficial, selfish brat that falls in love with an angel, Marcus because he is so attractive. Marcus has already gave his heart to another angel (which is essentially angel-marriage), Ameana but despite this and for some unknown reason, falls in love with Emmy, a jealous, annoying, and selfish human. Emmy's 15, but acts more like she's 12.
He is still determined to honor his promise to Ameana but is essentially emotionally unfaithful to her because he longs for another girl. Despite knowing about their committed relationship, Emmy kisses Marcus and persists on pursuing him throughout the book.
The characters are very immature and show no growth. I think this book sends a poor message to young adults. It is downright wrong to knowingly pursue someone that is in a committed relationship with another and falling in love for superficial attraction is unrealistic. If it were possible to give this no stars, I would.
I will say that I've read more than a few thousand books, but this one takes the cake! I always try to be fair to a new author and read the story all the way through.
I like the storyline and where it could have possibly went. The love interest, (if you can call it that,) not so much.
It seemed like the author had plenty of time to flesh out the beginning of the book, but was rushed to finish. It just fell apart.
My BIGGEST pet peeve in a book is missing words, wrong words, wrong usage of words, misspelled words, and missing or incorrect usage of punctuation....over and over....repeatedly!!!
I'm just glad that this was free....I will not continue with this series, not when the next book is priced close to $6! Are you crazy!? I should be paid $6 to read this!
I would have given this book 1/2 star just for effort and STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DON'T BOTHER READING THIS MESS!!!!
Looks like Ms. StVil needs to take some more writing courses or invests in a proofreader, or ask a friend to read it first! Beta readers....anyone?
Skip this one until it's edited and the author stops treating the leads as not just fallible but useless, no moral whiners.
The Character, Emmy's, personality in only the first two chapters is inconsistent; first chapter she's a coward, and kind concerned girl; the second chapter she is a yelling at Agony to 'go to hell' as he BREAKS HER FINGERS. Does any girl who has been too cowardly to 'cut class' suddenly change over night into a girl standing up against the enemy?
I won't say much even though I really want to. Next is Marcus the leader and the biggest ass in this book. He's just as intolerable and loathsome as Emmy and by far the least angel like of the group. The only person I actually really like is Ameana but she's treated like the bad guy or girl I should say. My only problem with Ameana is that she can be really cold and she completely failed to see what a sack of crap Marcus is and dump him. Miku is alright, didn't care for Reese and Jay and Rio are likable I guess. Its funny I even like tony more than them. I adore Rage he's my favourite. He and Ameana falling in love saved this book for me.