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The Wanderer's Children

(The Angelorum Twelve Chronicles #2)

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The Wanderer’s mission three decades ago: secretly sire children to hide his bloodline, and protect them until their destinies can unite in the final battle between good and evil. That time has come...

Cara Collins, the First of the Holy Twelve, longs for one last peaceful weekend with her bridesmaids as she plans her wedding to Simon Young, her former Trinity Guardian, bef
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Published December 16th 2014 by Collins-Young Publishing LLC, Smashwords Edition
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Karen
Feb 23, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Good to see the characters again. This book was even better than the first. You don't have to read the first book to read this one.
Marlene
Dec 14, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Originally published at Reading Reality

I picked The Wanderer’s Children because I read (and reviewed) the first book in this series, Trinity Stones, earlier this year. It is such a complex story that I had to see what happened next.

It is still a complex and convoluted story. In my possibly not so humble opinion, it is also still one single story. It’s not just that the action from The Wanderer’s Children follows directly from the end of Trinity Stones, but the complexity of the worldbuilding and
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Jan 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition


I received an physical copy from the tour host in exchange for participation in the blog tour and an honest review.

I read and reviewed the first book in the series and was pleasantly surprised by how spectacular a read it turned out to be. The mesh of fantasy coupled with a dash of interesting angelic history was a great pairing for the fictitious world O'Connor created. When told that the second book was becoming available for review on a tour, I had to act quickly. I had to know wh
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Darlene
Oct 22, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Originally posted at http://www.peekingbetweenthepages.com...

The Wanderer’s Children by L.G. O’Connor is the second book in The Angelorum Twelve Chronicles and it is a fantastic sequel to her debut novel Trinity Stones which I loved as well. These books swept me into a world so different from my own and I am completely captivated by both the world building and the characters living within the pages. As a note t here may be some spoilers ahead as it’s difficult to review the second book without t
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Tia Bach
Dec 01, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wow! This book has so much going on. The story opens with Brett's birth and his mom talking to his father; a man who is not her husband. After showcasing Brett for a bit, Cara and many familiar faces from the first book, Trinity Stones, come into play. After all, they are waiting for their face off with Lucifer.

Now, they know they must gather the rest of the twelve. Since those with higher powers are determined that the group find out things in due time, Cara must follow her instincts and discov
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Carla Smith
Sep 21, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wow! Having read the first book in L. G. O'Connor's Angelorum series, The Trinity Stones, I was expecting more of the same with the continuation of the story in The Wanderer's Children. Boy, was I in for a surprise. A very nice surprise I might add. As it turns out I had read the YA version of the first book, but after reading this second novel, I will definitely be adding the grown-up version of the first in this series to my bookshelf. Although I understand why the author released a YA version ...more
Cindy Eastman
Oct 15, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Cindy by: LG O'Connor
I must include a couple of disclaimers, the first one being I was given a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review. The second one is that I typically don't read this genre, in fact the first book of this type I ever read was the first in this series. The reason I like to include that confession in my comments is because if I enjoyed these books as much as I did, I can just imagine how happy true followers of urban fantasy/paranormal romance must be to have these books to enjoy. L.G. ...more
Gwendolyn Plano
Nov 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Wanderer's Children is the second book of the series The Angelorum Twelve Chronicles. While the first book, Trinity Stones, lays the foundation, this second book goes to the heart of the Angelorum. There is a tenderness exposed that humanizes an otherwise ethereal cast. It is this sweetness that drew me into the story, as I found myself moved by the various expressions of love.

The battle of good and evil is reminiscent of C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters; there is subtlety, scheming, and m
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Kari
Dec 15, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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3.5 stars: The Wanderer's Children is the second in The Angelorum Twelve Chronicles. I would recommend reading the first on, The Trinity Stones before this one. Or at least read over the handy guide in the front of the book to familiarize yourself with this wonderful world of good and evil that the author has set up. I enjoyed this one as much as the first. There is a lot going on in the book, so I won't rehash it and spoil things. Let's just say it sucked me right in until the end. Despite its ...more
Pat Campbell
Feb 24, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great read. In this, her second novel, LG O’Connor weaves an engrossing tale of complex and passionate relationships between lovers and between friends. The action is set against the backdrop of New York City life. Characters are challenged to take their positions in the battle between good and evil to fulfill ancient prophecies. You are sure to be caught up in both the “normal” and the paranormal worlds of Cara and her friends and won’t want it to end. TRINTIY STONES, O’Connor’s first novel, wi ...more
Kelly Kittel
Nov 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Disclaimer: I am the self-professed President of the LGO Fan Club so any of my reviews of her work are biased, albeit earned by the author.
I read The Wanderer’s Children while soaking in my nightly tub in Lisbon and can definitely recommend this for a sexy, steamy vacation read! I secretly wish I were one of the Wanderer’s Children and definitely wouldn’t mind being one of Cara’s friends, now that they’re all hooking up with hot angels. The worst part about reading this second book of the serie
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Eileen Higgins
Nov 23, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
What a relief that the second book in the series is finally out so that we can learn more about the how the characters we met and loved in book one are slowly, but surely forming the bonds that they will need the evil that is being revealed. As each chapter gives us more clues to their shared history and their new destiny, the excitement builds.
Cassandra
Apr 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Not for children at all. The book should only be read by adults because it is filled with bad stuff. You are going to get a huge eye full of explicit situations and language. While I would not read the whole series, this book is written very well and will most certainly entertain anyone with a thirst for this genre.

I received a complimentary copy.
Mkeyes
Nov 22, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved It! This book entertains us with the fire igniting between Sienna and Michael. We also meet Brett. (He is my favorite so far) Was given an advance copy to review and could not wait to dig in. An even quicker read that the first. The circle of fun characters grows and by the end, the pathway toward the battle for good and evil is more clear…..Feels like I know these people. Super fun.
Michelle
Feb 18, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Absolutely loved the first book in this series, read it twice! Couldn't wait for The Wanderer's Children to come out! It was such a challenge having to pace myself knowing it will be a few months for the next installment, I hope! :-)
Goodlittlewitch
Dec 22, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
DISCLOSURE: I was provided a free copy of this eBook in exchange for my honest review. I also participated in beta reading the final manuscript.

When I reviewed The Trinity Stones, the first book in the Angelorum Twelve series, I mentioned how difficult it was to write that review without referring to plot points from the then unpublished second book. Now, I can write about that second book (but still...no spoilers)!

I have another disclosure to make: This genre, and in fact, L.G. O'Connor's writi
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Sara Strand
Dec 10, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
YES! I absolutely LOVED the first book in this series, Trinity Stones, and it's been awhile since I read it. I wondered if I would have to re-read that one to feel like I was ready for this one, but as it turned out, I didn't have time and it didn't even matter. Not only is L.G. O'Connor an excellent writer, she keeps an entirely brand new story line moving quickly but also reminding you of key things from the first book so you don't feel left behind. The other great part? I remembered the main ...more
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LG O’Connor is a corporate marketing exec by day who takes her author cape out at night. An avid reader, she loves books with memorable characters that make her heart sing. She’s the author of the urban fantasy / paranormal romance series, The Angelorum Twelve Chronicles, and the award-winning romantic women’s fiction series, Caught Up in Love. A native ‘Jersey Girl,’ she’s always in search of the ...more

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