{Blog Tour} Review: The Guardian’s Wildchild by Feather Stone

The Guardian's WildchildThe Guardian's Wildchild by Feather Stone

Kindle Edition, 277 pages
Published: Sept. 27th, 2011 by Omnific Publishing
Review Copy: From Publisher
Purchase: Amazon
Description from Goodreads:
Caught in a reckless attempt to stop Dark forces, Sidney Davenport, a young, rule breaking, spirited member of the secret paranormal community of Guardians, finds herself imprisoned on a naval ship and slated for execution. Her struggle with the unfamiliar emotions of fear and anger becomes even more complicated when she can no longer fight her attraction to the very man who has orders to perform her execution.

Captain Sam Waterhouse, a meticulous naval captain who’s suspected of treason, teeters on a precipice between Darkness and Light. When he receives an unusual prisoner, a paranormal journey begins to unravel his disciplined life. All the while, humanity is unknowingly at great risk when two Dark forces team up to acquire control of an elusive power. Sidney and Sam attempt to quiet their powerful feelings for each other, only to discover they can save each other, and in doing so, they might even save the world.

Through stunning imagery, an intricate and adventurous plot, and a strong cast of characters, Feather Stone gives readers a fascinating glimpse into the future—a future that is chilling, yet full of hope.

My Review:

Published September 27th 2011 by Omnific Publishing
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I wasn’t sure what to make of The Guardian’s Wild Child at first. It was a book I kept stumbling upon on Goodread’s but ultimately one I found myself skipping over. So when the wonderful people at Omnific informed me that there was an upcoming blog, I figured it was time to finally give this one a shot. And while it may not make my favorite reads of the year, it’s certainly a story worth checking out.

The Guardian’s Wild Child is a truly unique book. I can honestly say I’ve yet to read a book like this one. The opening line hooked me, and I was eager to read more. Unfortunately, alternating viewpoints and slow pacing turned a would-be amazing story into just a good story.

I will say this, if you’re looking for an exciting paranormal read in a market crowded by vampires, werewolves, and other beasts…you should undoubtedly make it a point to check out The Guardian’s Wild Child.

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Posted on February 23, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thank you to Nicole YA Book Haven for having me on your blog. This has been my first book blog tour – a learning experience and a lot of fun. Thanks again to everyone who participated in this tour. Feather

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