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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Charmeine by Emily Guido

* Book 1 in the Light-Bearer Series*


    We all know God created someone for everyone. Tabbruis and Charmenine were two such people. Actually Angels.  Tabbruis was the Angel of Self Determination in the 4th choir of Angels. Charmeine was the Angel of Harmony in the 9th choir of Angels.  They were the yin to each others yang.  Their family was happy and doing well until they were ripped apart by a mistake. A miscalculation. For centuries they were each alone. Feeling as if something was missing but not sure what.  Tabbruis, Tab Hunter, had become a blood hunter, immortal.  Charmeine, Charleen Davis, became a light bearer, also an immortal.  For some unknown reason they are drawn to each other. After spending time together, they realize they have something special.  Each has seen the other in their dreams but never thought they'd be together.  Like most good things, it comes with a price. They must defeat the blood hunter's council before they can truly be together forever.  With questions and issues, they begin the journey and realize they are not alone.

   This story is a fantastically tender, romantic one of timeless love.  I enjoyed the fact they'd fought so hard to find each other and nothing or no one would tear them apart.  I loved the fact it explained how the situation came to be and what they must do to right their lives again.  Another good thing was the friends and family they had helping them along the way.  This is a first novel for  Emily Guido and she did a great job with it.  I would be less than honest if I said it didn't have problems. It's mostly editing, grammar and repetition.  Still this story is well worth a read!!

   The only issues I stated above.

   I gave this one 4 out of 5 stars because of the redundancy in places.

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