Young Adult, Paranormal Romance

Paranormal Romance

The Light-Bearer Series

TabbruisThe dark hero, Tabbruis, has wandered the Earth for 8000 years, living through many historical events.

CharmeineCharmeine appeared on Earth in 1997, unable to remember anything, she was diagnosed with amnesia and put into an orphanage.

Can romance develop between a heavenly Light-Bearer and a hellish Vampire Blood-Hunter?

When Tabbruis meets Charmeine the attraction is immediate, passionate and electric. Charmeine’s powers as a Light-Bearer, one who throws lightning, is triggered the night she meets Tabbruis and grows exponentially.

As polar opposites, Tabbruis and Charmeine finally come together with their extended family to fight the evil forces on Earth in a struggle between heaven and hell.

Will Charmeine and Tabbruis fulfill their destinies? Will they realize their importance in both the Blood-Hunter and Light-Bearer world?

The Light-Bearer Series, was released January 2012, and Published by PDMI under the Victus Label.

Charmeine, Vol. I

Mactus, Vol. II

Accendo, Vol, III

Seditious, Vol. IV

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Slide2Ransom, Vol. V and Conundrum, Vol. VI  have not yet released with no end in sight for The Light-Bearer Series!



RAVE REVIEWS for The Light-Bearer Series

“Romance between a Vampire and a light bearer is something so new, I had to read this book to find out what the buzz and feel is all about …

All I can say is that book didn’t disappoint at all! A must read!”

Fathima Amiruddin

“This is a great read, and a terrific debut novel!”

Susan Ashcraft

“The author’s story got me hooked. I think the readers will feel the same.”

Carol Fitzpatrick

“This story is a fantastically tender, romantic one of timeless love.

This story is well worth a read!”

Melanie Adkins

“The scenes were beautifully described and the plot is creative and intriguing.

The Light-Bearer Series is sure to be the next fabulous Angel series on your

“To-Read” shelf!”


“Well done Emily, this is a great debut novel!”

Samantha Adams

Emily Primo PicAbout the Author

Emily Guido was inspired to pen The Light-Bearer Series because one day she got an idea of two characters that needed to have their story told. Not ever dreaming a week later she would have over a 100,000 words written. When Emily writes, it is similar to watching a movie. She pictures the characters in her head going through vivid descriptions of each scene. There are so many nuances racing through her mind, she cannot type fast enough. The novels Charmeine, Mactus, Accendo, and Seditious are the continuation of the wonderful adventures of the inhabitants of The Castle Charmeine and available in all book venues. Emily is currently writing Ransom, and Conundrum, the fifth and sixth novels in The Light-Bearer Series.

Attracted to Fine Arts since she was little, Emily danced, studied violin, opera, musical theatre, acting, while being an avid reader. She has her graduate degree as a Master of Business Administration, and works for a Fortune 500 company near New York City.

The Light-Bearer Series is a Contemporary, Young Adult, and Paranormal Romance, with Vampires, Angels, Action, Historical Adventure and original struggles between Good and Evil.

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I thought the description said… romance?

HuntingHeroesIf you know me at all… you know that I am an avid reader. I read and listen to books every day without fail.

Even on the day I had my operation, I was reading hooked up to a morphine pump in the hospital room.

tumblr_inline_n7wwnlD2jK1qfqrsnYou know that I am a lover of Paranormal Romance, especially in the vampiric vein, so to speak.

Nothing gets my heart beating faster than a tall, dark vampire hero!

freedomOkay, before I get started with my post, I know those of you will vehemently disagree with me.

So, for the record, let me state this…

I definitely don’t begrudge anyone their 50 Shades of Grey.

That is not my vexation or angst.

My chagrin is that I have a policy to read a book cover to cover. The past several books I have started on my blessed Kindle, I have had to put down because the writing bothered me.

The story troubled me so much that this morning, after I closed my Kindle on yet another book characterized as a romance, I wanted to write why my coveted policy is being abandoned.

romanceI thought romance was attraction, friendship, wooing, a little intrigue, heroism (both hero and heroines) and danger in the mix, but most of all, in the end it was about… LOVE!

However, what I believe to be romance is not the case in all books classified as romance.

I feel some romance novels are based or about meanness, possession, domination, callousness… and then – oh by the way – I love you, if you obey me?

exsqueeze meWhat the heck? Exsqueeze me? Baking Powder? (borrowed phrases from one of my fav movies, Wayne’s World.)

This is my way of stating that I feel in my heart that romance is not a one-way street – my way or the highway, so to speak.

However, romance is different for all of us – some want friendship and romance that turns into love, and some want dominance and chains that melt into love.

Hmm, I was curious and looked to the definition of romance.This is what Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary stated:

d6a10d4a_zpsa33c67c2a (1) : a medieval tale based on legend, chivalric love and adventure, or the supernatural (2) : a prose narrative treating imaginary characters involved in events remote in time or place and usually heroic, adventurous, or mysterious (3) : a love story especially in the form of a novel

b : a class of such literature

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI am vexed – the books I have shut off my Kindle all have romance in the description. I am not saying that they are wrong.

I will just have to do more research before hitting the “Buy it in 1-click” button on Amazon. No one’s fault but my own.

I’m curious…

what’s your definition of romance?

Lots of love,



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