Purple Milcah was born to rule. Stolen soon after birth, her magic was locked and she was forced to live a normal life, with no knowledge of her heritage.
Raised by a detached parent, she learned to depend on herself and her best friend Mary for support. While on a road trip across country, she's forced to find shelter in an abandoned town called Beacon. She finds her destiny and learns about her past, which will lead to the salvation or damnation of the world, and a mate who can give her everything her heart desires. Can she let go of her insecurities and accept her mate's love?
©2014 Paulina Woods (P)2016 Paulina Woods
I was happy how good it was. I enjoyed the story's complexity and the way it set up as a series, becoming excellent as it progresses.
I enjoyed The Stone Guardian story immensely. I can see the story growing and becoming one of my favorites. It's imaginative and different from other books out in the paranormal romance genre. I never thought of day dreaming of sexy gargoyles but this book had me doing it. The Narrator is new (you can tell ) and speaks a little slowly, but it doesn't detract from the story. Over all this audiobook is good a solid 8.9 out of 10.
I love audiobooks!!!
It's no secret that I love paranormal romance. The steamier, the better. This story is loaded with all of the things I like best: Witches, gargoyles, curses, love mates, and STEAMING hot sex! The narrator did great with most of the characters, adding effects and things, but I didn't like his young, female voice. I won this audiobook in a Facebook contest, and this is my honest review
Let me start by saying I do not normally read fantasy.... I wasn't sure how I would respond to gargoyles, but I found myself connecting with with the characters. I loved the description of how everything came to be and in the end I wanted the story to just keep going. I can't wait to continue this story with book two. I feel like I have so much more to learn!
I love this book. Paulina pulls you into a magical would where you truly believe witches, gargoyles, vamps and shifters are real.
I did struggle a little with the narration. the sentences were a little choppy. His voice however gets 5+ stars!
I highly recommend and anxiously await the next book!!
Grey Night in a documentary or non fiction as he has a clear precise voice but lacks emotions and pitch changes for fiction
He was drone like, like he was reading in a tin can and lacked emotion, he did not "feel" the characters therefore his reading was not believable and did not capture
It is unfortunate that the narration sounds like a documentary, and did not allow me to really get into the story as it is a pretty good story in itself. I would read the paper version but the audiobook version is dry, without emotions and well drone like. The narrator might be excellent for non fiction reading but needs to listen to some good fiction books to develop himself. I also think this would be better suited for a females voice vs male.
Having said that, the story and writing itself is pretty interesting and I will see if I can find a copy on paperback to enjoy it.
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