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The Guardian's Wildchild by Feather Stone
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May 26, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: kindle, paranormal, futuristic, early-reviewer, romance
Read from May 24 to 26, 2012

* Thank you to the author, Feather Stone, for allowing me to be a Early Reviewer on the JeepDiva Blog *

AUTHOR: I must describe author Feather Stone with a quote at the end of her book, “Change your thinking, change your life”. She writes with great balance of dialogue and action and adventure.

GENRE: Paranormal, Fiction, Romance, Inspirational

SETTING: Year 2020- Planet Earth experiences multiple natural disasters resulting in U.S. martial law and Underground rebellion movement.
Year 2028 –Guardian clans with paranormal powers have fled to concealed locations across the planet.
Year 2039 – A powerful woman living in the darkness seeks the power of the secret of the crystals for personal gain.

CENTRAL FEMALE CHARACTER: She was raised to unconditionally love all human beings. Although her ways are wild and unconventional, she is lead by her spirit guide and utilizes the power of the crystals to bring light into the world. She follows the path of her people, the Guardians.

CENTRAL MALE CHARACTER: He is a Naval officer who goes strictly by the rules. He has forgotten how to see the man outside of the uniform. The true love in his life is his two sons and his mission is to get them back and once again be a family.

Majority of events take place aboard the USS Nonnah. Her two missions are to execute people accused of terrorism and to transport unknown top secret cargo. For the first time, the Captain comes to terms with the fact that he is unable to execute a young woman taken aboard his ship.

INSPIRATION: Power behind “Reiki”, a transfer of energy.

PARANORMAL: The power of thought produces supernatural abilities once fear is quelled.

ROMANCE: No explicit sexual references. “Wrapping his arms around her shoulders, he pulled her close. No words were spoken……. He kissed her lips.” Penetration however, use your imagination.

WHAT I LIKED: The mystery behind the appearances of “Savy”.

WHAT I DID NOT LIKE: The concept of Guardians, Spirit Guides and meditation was difficult to grasp. Also, in the book confidentiality went out the window. I tell you something but you feel it is necessary to tell everyone else.

Colorful language i.e., cursing but nothing sexually explicit

This book gets (4 ) vrooms nearing the finish line out of (5) Jeep Diva blog vrooms

WHY (4 ) STARS: If one does not have an understanding of the study Shamanism, this book can be confusing.

YOU WILL LIKE THIS BOOK IF YOU LIKE: Reiki, Meditation, Spirit Guides, Darkness as opposed to Light, Military duty

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