Through the Last Door (Sacred Guardian Book 1) Kindle Edition
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hero saving the day. There was a sense of interconnection with others creating the ability to take responsibility for self. The author didn't preach
at the reader but presented important human values for consideration. The subtle romance was done well. The plot moved along at a fair enough
pace. Characters in this tale were likeable . One could easily visualize the physical appearances and personalities in this wonderful tale of
change, loss, love and responsibility.
Perhaps, Karori could have had more human frailties . On occasion it felt like he was too good to be true. Even when he did justifiably lash out
there appeared second thoughts. Hunter was an exceptional long time companion for Karori. When they did admit their feelings the author
did not overplay the erotic but kept it tastefully within the storyline. The author did keep you guessing as to the outcome of our male lovers and the
kingdom itself. Yes, there were a few slow parts but it didn't pull from the story. Come to think about it, life itself moves slowly at times.
This is my first introduction to this author. I'll certainly check out some of her other works.
Real, serious character growth? - check
Romance that does not feel forced? -check
Multiple fleshed-out side characters that that actually have their own personalities? -check
Hint of mystery? -check
Awesome world-building? -check
Plot that manages to feel like realistic day-to-day stuff, yet still contains plenty of action and adventure? -check
Ending that felt like a proper ending, yet still leaves you wanting this to become a long series? -check
Overall my only complaint about this book is that the author states that they 'might' write a sequel. Change that to 'will' and I will be a very happy camper.