The Guardian, by Quinn Arthurs | Book Review

Hello friends! Today I have my book review of

The Guardian, by Quinn Arthurs.

The Guardian is the first book in The Faerie Wars series.

Trigger Warnings: Bullying, Fighting, Attempted Murder.

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43511268I always thought my mom was crazy, with her offerings to the fairies and whispered spells. After she died, I followed her last wishes and performed her final rites – only for my life to turn instantly upside down. My kitchen is now full of three insanely sexy and opinionated men who claim to be witches and fairy knights -and also my soulmates. They claim I have a great destiny, that I am meant to defeat the Elvish Queen, who my mother has been fleeing all of these years!

don’t want an epic destiny, though, I just want to be normal for once in my life, if there is such a thing. With the help of my new companions, Onyx, Terran, and Reed. I will discover strengths inside myself that I had never known and an underworld greater than anything I could have imagined. Now, I must find out if I have the strength to face my destiny and myself!

From GoodReads [x]:

“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.

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I 100% did not read the synopsis for this novel, so I had no idea what I was getting into when I sat to read The Guardian. I legitimately though that the cover looked interesting so I’d try this book out…and I am so glad that I did. 

This story was, simply put, a blast for me to read. 

I love the attitude that Tori has, and I absolutely adore her to bits. 

I absolutely love the magic within this novel. Like seriously—its so freaking cool and well, magical. But the magic spoken of in The Guardian is also something that I haven’t seen very often! So that was unique.

I don’t really see stories where the main character is half-witch, half-fae, either.

There are some sexy ‘n’ steamy times within this novel. 

There’s actually quite a bit that went on in this novel. From the fighting, the learning, and the romance, this first Faerie Wars novel packs a punch. 

There were so many times within The Guardian where I was giggling and rooting for Tori. There are countless instances where Tori manages to surprise people and I LOVE it–I was living. 

The Guardian was genuinely a great read. I give it, 5 stars. 

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Have you read The Guardian? What did you think of it? 

I actually ended up loving Tori’s story so much that I bought myself a copy..

Thank you for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading!
Adele

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