This is an unsolicited book review.
Lots of love, Emily
The Light-Bearer Series: Book Review by Mari Wells
Emily Guido has a series of Blood Hunters, because they drink blood, I’m going to review the three books I’ve read.
The Light-Bearer Series has a delightful array of angels and blood hunters.I really enjoyed the first three books in the series. I devoured (ha ha pun intended) them in 4 days.
The three novels I read tell us about some very damaged men, life sucks ( ha ha this pun was intended too) and these men know it. Most have lost their soul mates.
In Charmeine (book 1), we meet Tabbruis a wealthy man with an appetite for blood. We follow the story as he meets Charleen a teacher who feels like something is missing from her life.
Both meet at a Billy Joel concert. Neither wants to admit that the other causes them to feel feelings that they haven’t felt before. At the end of Charmeine they’re together.
In Mactus (book 2), gives us Charmeine and Tabbruis together, loving each other and learning about each other’s past.
OMG! They were married thousands of years ago in heaven! I’m not saying anymore about that, if you want to know you’ll have to read it.
We’re also introduced to the other men in the castle.
How I said, these guys know just how much life can suck.
In Accendo (book 2), war is about to break out between the blood-hunters and a very old blood-hunter council. Charmeine and Tabbruis are married, this pisses off the council even more.
Because Charmeine is a Light-Bearer, basically she’s an angel. There’s a lot of fighting between newly weds.
There are some massive surprises in this novel.
I can’t wait to read the rest of this series, I really enjoyed it.
Seditious is COMING SOON!!!!
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“Seditious” is the perfect title for this novel! Ms. Guido captured jealously, deceit, and restoration of love flawlessly.
This novel shows a side to Tabbruis and Charmeine’s relationship which will throw any reader of “The Light-Bearer Series” off kilter.
“Seditious” is the continuation of their romantic and turbulent love story and mission on Earth to battle Lucifer’s minions!
Life at the ‘Castle Charmeine’ is blissful until reality of the ruling the Elder Council of the Blood-Hunters causes decent.
This fourth novel also adds unexpected depth to both Tabbruis and Dmitri’s personalities, humanizing both men.
The devastatingly handsome Lord Cromwell is a lethal Blood-Hunter who has escaped the Elder Council Prison.
He sends his beautiful agent to cause destruction to those who live at the Castle Charmeine.
Bathsheba is a deadly, sexy, and vicious siren who threatens Charmeine and Baby Hunter. Not just with her present actions, but, with the past she shares with Tabbruis and Dmitri.
As Bathsheba lays injured, Tabbruis and Dmitri relive their agonizing and painful past with her. However, Charmeine is emotionally and physically threatened by Bathsheba and escapes to protect her unborn child.
This is the story of a family which works together to unravel Bathsheba’s deadly secrets. Just when you think they are in the clear, a more heinous and ominous villain waits in the wings to tear apart our ill-fated lovers, Charmeine and Tabbruis.
“Seditious” is a heart wrenching and exciting story of passion, betrayal, and redemption you will not want to miss!
FIVE STAR REVIEW By Polly Bennett, “The Light-Bearer Series” Reviewer
September 16, 2013 | Categories: Paranormal Romance, REVIEW, Uncategorized | Tags: Angel, Arts, Author Emily Guido, Bathsheba, Blood-Hunter, Charmeine, Earth, Emily Guido, Fiction, Five Star Review, Lord Cromwell, Lucifer, Seditious, Tabbruis, The Light-Bearer Series, Vampire, Vampires | 10 Comments