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The Guardian By Carol A. Robi,

  • Title: The Guardian
  • Author: Carol A. Robi
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is the first book in The Guardian Trilogy Moving to a small Scandinavian town feels like the worst kind of punishment, until Salma brushes shoulders with beautiful winged beings determined to change the course of her life What starts as a harmless encounter turns into a battle for survival when the beautiful creatures reveal their true nature Salma quickly learns thThis is the first book in The Guardian Trilogy Moving to a small Scandinavian town feels like the worst kind of punishment, until Salma brushes shoulders with beautiful winged beings determined to change the course of her life What starts as a harmless encounter turns into a battle for survival when the beautiful creatures reveal their true nature Salma quickly learns that there s a worse fate than death, and just how much she s obligated to sacrifice for a cause that oughtn t to be hers in the first place.
    The Guardian This is the first book in The Guardian Trilogy Moving to a small Scandinavian town feels like the worst kind of punishment until Salma brushes shoulders with beautiful winged beings determined to cha

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    1. A few errors here and there, as expected with Indie books, but otherwise a good book I give it five stars because I love the heroine I have already read book two and so I love her even My rating of this book may be slightly biased, based on just how much I loved the second book.The story is about Caroline, a sort of introvert artist that moves from New York to Denmark She has to speak a whole different language and adapt to a whole different culture It is actually amazing to read about the many [...]

    2. I give this book a four star rating The Christiansen family is not the least bit of a normal family, which made the dynamics of her character and her childhood even interesting I shall not explain, to avoid spoilers I think my favourite character in this book is the heroine herself She is very relatable, and her POV is engaging She also grows a lot, and by the end of the book, she has transformed from an artist enclosed in her shell into a warrior princess fighting against legions of angelic ar [...]

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