!!> Ebook ➧ The Faerie Guardian ➨ Author Rachel Morgan – Lalaweek.us

The Faerie GuardianThis A Previously Published Edition Of ASIN B009S9DV9G Enter A Hidden World Of Magic, Mystery, Danger And Romance In This YA Fantasy From Bestselling Author, Rachel MorganProtecting Humans From Dangerous Magical Creatures Is All In A Day S Work For A Faerie Training To Be A Guardian Seventeen Year Old Violet Fairdale Knows This Better Than Anyone She S About To Become The Best Guardian The Guild Has Seen In Years That Is, Until A Cute Human Boy Who Can Somehow See Through Her Faerie Glamor Follows Her Into The Fae Realm Now She S Broken Guild Law, A Crime That Could Lead To Her Expulsion.The Last Thing Vi Wants To Do Is Spend Any Time With The Boy Who Got Her Into This Mess, But The Guild Requires That She Return Nate To His Home And Make Him Forget Everything He S Discovered Of The Fae Realm Easy, Right Not When You Factor In Evil Faeries, Long Lost Family Members, And Inconvenient Feelings Of The Romantic Kind Vi Is About To Find Herself Tangled Up In A Dangerous Plot And It Ll Take All Her Training To Get Out Alive This Novel Was Originally Published In Four Separate Parts Guardian, Labyrinth, Traitor And Masquerade It Includes Bonus Scenes At The End That Were Not Published In The Individual Parts.

!!> Ebook ➧ The Faerie Guardian ➨ Author Rachel  Morgan – Lalaweek.us
  • Paperback
  • 324 pages
  • The Faerie Guardian
  • Rachel Morgan
  • English
  • 24 August 2017
  • 9780994667908

    10 thoughts on “!!> Ebook ➧ The Faerie Guardian ➨ Author Rachel Morgan – Lalaweek.us

  1. says:

    REALLY enjoyed this book I read it all within one day during my scottish adventures Perfect book for the mood of scotland and its beauty FAST paced also So what can you expect in this bookSTEAMY ROMANCEMAGICAL ABILITIES...

  2. says:

    First off I love the purple cover But the book sort of fell flat for me Sooooo many people love it and I was loving it in the beginning and then just nothing I don t know what happened I give it three stars for holding my interest in the beginning and I love Violet s character She s makes a pretty good faerie in training to be a Guardian She s pret...

  3. says:

    The Faerie Guardian started off on the wrong foot with me It s not really the fault of the book or the author I mean, I m the one with the thing against first person present tense presentation But it is first present, and I couldn t stop myself from groaning inwardly when I started reading it And this example is pretty typical of the stuff I ve read using first present, so it did nothing to distinguish itself for me But, you know, I get that that style is popular, right now, so I can hardly fault the author for choosing the style I m just not into it.So the main character is a fairie girl, and I say fairie because she s just like a human teenager down to the pop culture references that, as far as I can tell, she shouldn t have knowledge of In fact, she seems conversant in pop culture than she does in the culture of her own people In fact, in her narration she refers to other fairies as fairies, as in the fairie stood there, which would be like me saying, the human stood there, which is not a thing I would ever say nor have I ever heard any human say Awkward All of that to say that I had a hard time buying the protagonist as anything than a human teenager with some convenient magic And that doesn t even touch that the purple haired fa...

  4. says:

    Rating 4.5 5This is the first book in the Creepy Hollow series It is also the introduction of the main character, Violet, of the first trilogy Violet is a Fae guardian in training and in her last mission she finds a human boy,Nate, that can actually see her and to top that he somehow manages to come with her to the Fae world where no humans are allowed After that a crazy adventure begins, saving kids, discovering Nate s past and Violets own history in the Fae world are only part of it When I think of this book one thing comes to mind non stop action Vi gets into so many adventures troubles and has to fight her way through them She is so kick ass, I truly found her the perfect MC Also, I fell in love with Ryn, her nemesis, he started out as a simple minded jackass but ended up being my favourite character of the book My only issue was with Nate, Vi s love interest I found his character a bit simple I could not, for the life of me, figure out what Vi saw in him, especially since s...

  5. says:

    First, I want to say that I love, love LOVE, the cover The story took place in the human realm and in Creepy Hollow The descriptions of the settings and action scenes were than I could have hoped for, they were so detailed The way the author described Creepy Hollow, all of beautiful colors,the tall trees, nature, and paranormal creatures, was very realistic, like Creepy Hollow actually existed I was super impressed.The main character is Violet but goes by the name Vi She s 17 year old, whose independent, intelligent, and hardworking She was in her fifth year in training to become a guardian she learns to protect humans from the paranormal creatures It was important to her to graduate at the top of her class, as her mother had done before her Another significant character is Ryn, who was Vi s competition Ryan was confident, he knew he was attractive And then we have Nate, the human boy, who was able to see past Violet s faerie charm while she was battling a creature protecting him They end up falling for each other.The Faerie Guardian is a fast paced, and action packed story It was really captivating st...

  6. says:

    This book was seriously so amazing, and I really loved how it was the kind of book that made you want to keep reading one chapter

  7. says:

    I had this book recommended by my book bestie And I wanted to LOVE it And it was good But it was also predictable I was calling things before they happened throughout the book To save it though, the book did become unpredictable at the end, but it was like the last 20% and that was the best part Actually I thought the book ended a bit prematurely And it had all this bonus material at the end, but what I really wanted was of the book doing what it did in the last quarter So there was that I thought the main character was funny, but I never really bonded with her I thought her relationship with Nate was a little rushed And then the relationship that transpired at the end of the book was one I had long waited for, but I was left a little unsatisfied Actually, when all was said and done I was surprised that I really wanted to keep up with series, because it seemed to get better as it w...

  8. says:

    I like the world building that Morgan has accomplished in this rather short novel Faerie works kinda like the Tardis, the large training facility is a tree from the outside but once you enter It s just like a regular building, except for the magic clouds in the lobby that is.Vi is a likeable lead character and Ryn is pretty good as her bad boy nemesis Nate is less well defined but he really appears off screen for most of the 2nd half of the novel I m...

  9. says:

    I wasn t sure I was going to get into this one at first, the similarities to the Iron Fey series made it kind of lag for me for awhile But Vi grew on me, snarky tough as nails guardian that she is, and I ended up really liking her in the end All of her years of training couldn t have prepared Vi for meeting and falling for the human boy Nate who happens to stumble into the faerie paths He s not supposed to be there, and it s putting a huge kink in her plans to earn the title of the top guardian in the Guild, but there s just something about him The time they spend together, the the mystery unravels about who he is and what is going on behind the scenes in her own world that she was completely unaware of Turns out Nate is than meets the eye, Vi has enemies she never knew about who want to use her special power, and her former best friend turned nemesis Ryn may end up being on her side for the long haul There were some great action scenes and a lot of original magic elements to this story that I really liked The fae world Rachel Morgan created was beautiful and captivating, and I liked the Guardian concept because it gave the plot a dangerous edge I wasn t 100% sold on Nate and Vi...

  10. says:

    The Faerie Guardian completely met my expectations I have read other books by Ms Rachel Morgan, and I loved them This one also adds to my pile of favorites from her.The story is set in the land of Creepy Hollow, and the author does a wonderful job of world building You can easily picture how beautiful the magical woods are It truly takes me to a new place, and it s magical.The characters are unforgettable Violet is a kick butt fairy trainee, a girl who every reader can look up to She s strong and independent, not like the typical fairies you would think of She is known to have a weapon at hand at all times, and to never let romance interfere with her training to become a full time guardian Until Nate arrives.A human, who is adorable and hilarious, and every girl s dream boyfriend Violet is distracted from her training, and the consequences are bound to come.I absolutely loved the plot of the book It took off into a direction I didn t expect, full of action, romance, and complete fantasy Imagine a book filled ...

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