Christmas Awards 2011

Friday, 18 June 2010


Marked by Elisabeth Naughton

An Eternal Guardians novel

Publisher: Love Spell

May 2010

ISBN: 978-0-505-52822-3

Pages: 321

Present Day

Casey bears the mark of the chosen. Unfortunately that means she is meant to die so that the immortals can live. Casey has no idea about the immortals but she is about to get a crash course. She is just trying to live the life she has always lived. Casey is hoping she has finally found a place that she can fit in, call home and to put down some roots. She is starting to make some friends but she also realizes that the friends she is making are a little strange. She is going to find out just how strange and have to decide what to do with the information. Find out if she can accept it or if she is going to pretend it isn’t real.

Theron is a two hundred year old descendant of Hercules. He is also the leader of the Argonauts. They are an elite group that protests the immortals from the Underworld. Things get complicated when he realizes that he can’t seem to stay away from Casey no matter what he tells himself. That is going to make everything much more difficult if Theron doesn’t get control of his emotions fast. Theron takes his leadership of the Argonauts seriously but he is also realizing that there just may be more in life than fighting.

Theron isn’t the only one that is after Casey and if he wants her for himself he is going to have to take care of the obstacles in their way. It is going to be a race against time to find a solution that will work for everyone otherwise someone is going to have to make the ultimate sacrifice.

This story takes Greek mythology and puts a great spin on it. It also brings a lot of the characters from mythology to life and makes the characters a lot of fun to read about. This story has a great storyline and a lot of action that moves the book along at a fast pace. You will hate to put it down and as enjoyable as the ending is you hate to see the book end. The world building is fantastic and really comes alive for the reader.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses.

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