- File Size: 758 KB
- Print Length: 279 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc (March 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N20DKXE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,951,086 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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|Print List Price:||$16.99|
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Top Customer Reviews
I love the idea of this book. A supernatural race of dream casters and manipulators called the Guild, with its own rules and regulations. The Guild is then divided into 2 factions. One side accepts, follows and enforces the rules they live by whilst the other have been excommunicated and push back against the rules.
Our story focuses on Nikki, a Guardian Ad Litem, Garrett, an attorney and Guild Enforcer and what transpires when they are caught in the middle while defending opposite sides of the Hanover family and when Nikki discovers who she really is.
As much as I loved the idea of this story, I did struggle with some points during the book. At times it was hard to determine whether or not the Guild were good or bad, I failed to connect with many of the characters except for maybe William Songe as he seemed the most animated out of the bunch.
It also confused me as to whether or not the Guild were meant to be a secret society or not. It seemed like they were on the surface but then everyone that came into contact with Nikki or Garrett seemed to know of the Guild whether or not they were a member.
I do feel though, if I'd been able to give this book the patience and attention it deserved, I would have enjoyed it a lot more. But it's definitely worth a read if you are after something a little different to get stuck into.
I voluntarily reviewed this advanced reader copy and I have not been compensated in any way.
However, it is Garrett Nightshade’s position for the Guild of the Celestial Night that really plays havoc with her plans. So how can she reconcile her feelings for Garrett against the vow she has taken to protect the children to whom she is given charge? And who do you trust when what you have always known is no longer reality? At what point must one weight the options and the outcomes in order to hold true to the morals and values that have been at the core? For it only takes the changing of one past event to rewrite the future. And the change could have devastating effects.
Nikki Angelus is a guardian Ad Litem, it’s her duty to protect children in court proceedings. When parents are warring and the child is being pulled between them, it’s her job to put the child’s needs first, but as with the scales of justice sometimes the over tip in the wrong direction. This causes so much pain for Nikki, she hates seeing children go back to family’s that injure them by neglect, or just allowing them to watch things that no child should. That is until she gets a power a strange power, but still a power. Nikki is able to change things through dreams, but not everyone wants her to be able to do this.
Garrett Nightshade is an attractive attorney with another side to him, he is also Guild member with the Guild of the Celestial night, he is tasked with finding and destroying the shadow dancer that is changing things in dreams, the only problem is that he realises to late that Nikki is involved and he also realises that he must choose between love and duty.
You need to read this book, if like me you struggle with the first couple of chapters keep going, you won’t be disappointment.