What happens when Darkness and Light collide?
Seventeen is a life changing age for Emma Wise. As her family's sole survivor in a car crash, she is left with a broken arm, and a few scrapes and bruises. But these are only outward marks; inside, her heart is broken and the pieces scattered. Whisked away to Alaska, to an aunt she's never met, Emma starts over. Secrets unveil themselves and now... she doesn't even know who or what she is.
A centuries-old prophecy places Emma in the heart of danger. Creatures of horrifying and evil proportions are after her, and it will take Emma, her aunt, and six, gorgeously, captivating Guardians to keep her safe. But, if she can survive until her 18th birthday... things will change.
©2013 Cameo Renae (P)2015 Audible Inc.
It was a good way to pass the time on a road trip. Story line was very slow and juveniele. Had I been actually reading this as a book, I probably would have put it down and never picked it back up.
The character being 17, was made out to be more like a 14yr old girl rather than a young woman.
I'm not a fan of Susannah Jones
The first hour and half was spent listening to the main character cry and be horny. Her parents had just died, so the horribly written sorrow was at least realistic. The next 5 listening hours were a series of the main character breaking into tears for OTHER reasons, and being horny.
Plot could've been good but I found the author jumped into the romance way too quickly and overbearingly; made the whole story predictable and juvenile. Made for a very corny read, had me rolling my eyes way too often. I liked the (small) back story on Emma's parents and wished the author would have worked on developing the characters a little more and sharing more of their back story instead of jumping right into the romance before we even got to know anything about them besides the way they looked. Felt like the story was being rushed.
If it didn't move so fast. The love was all the sudden there with no time to develop.
Given room rather than speed through things.
Don't rush through the book... I wish I could get my money back
The narrator really took you there! But I wish the story was written better. Still, going to have to get the next book!
Excellent. This is only my secong audio book and I will finsh the series! I was able to listen to this in ONE sitting!!
I am not sure if its hearing the story read to me or what but I have noticed that most stories have annoying heroines that whine a lot. Maybe it would be less annoying if I was reading it instead of listening to it? Even with the whining the story is pretty good.
This is a series of four books, of which I rotated between reading/listening to the first two, and then read the last 5 chapters of the last book. The beautiful thing about this series is that, if you have kindle unlimited and download the book you get the audiobook to listen to for free! I would not have paid for this book, or the series, individually.
This is a series and written as a series, just for warning. The four novels tie everything up though.
This is a tween romance novel. The characters do not act mature, the nature and reality of their romance is not mature, and the plot line is not mature- but I also don't think that the audience for this book is anyone over 16 years old. If I was 11-16, this book would be where it is at. Since I have Kindle Unlimited, it does not bother me to download the mp3 and hang out with it while I do dishes or walk my dog. However, if you are not a Kindle Unlimited member and a starry eyed tween (or like those types of books, no judgement), you might want to look at some other romance novels.
I am a great reader and listener of all things book.
stumbles awkwardly from one horrible cliche to the next. the narrator takes over acting to a new dimension. vomiting.
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