Book Review: The Guardian Society by J.D. Kirkland

18801774Title: The Guardian Society

Author: J.D. Kirkland

Publish Date: August 7, 2013

Publisher: DIP Publishing Company

# of Pages: 422


Law #1: Respect, honor, obey, and protect your master.
Law #2: Never involve yourself in a vampire-human relationship with your master.
Law #3: Never reveal your true identity.

All Sean had to do was follow the three basic laws, but there was something about this girl, something he felt he had to fix. The world had taken her captive. Her mind and body were lost inside it, and without his help, he wasn’t sure she would survive.

Mylo was just trying to face the world after her brother died. She was trapped in her own skin. The easiest way to suppress her pain was to drown herself in booze and with parties. But Sean gave her attention and taught her about the Guardian Society, what it was created for, and what it truly meant to feel trapped.

There may be similar books within the same sub-genre as The Guardian Society but this book is entirely unique on its own. The book has an awesome plot; a mixture of paranormal, action and romance. Vampires have always been my favorite paranormal creatures and after this book, I love them even more! Aside from the super keep- you- at- the- edge- of- your- seat action and breathtaking romance, I really, really like the characters of this book. My favorite of course are Mylo and Sean. She is far from being the boring, ol’ Mary Sue and he isn’t another Mr. Cullen, he’s even better! The way they connect as a couple is relatable to a real life couple. I love it! The way they spoke to each other, the way they treated each other and how they like to challenge each other is completely relatable to real- life couples.

This is exactly her book that I needed to completely escape the stress that comes along with the holiday rush. This book had me glued to my seat. I found myself reading for about five hours straight and if I did have to put it down, I’d always rush through whatever it was I needed to do, to get back to this book. For her debut novel, J.D. Kirkland did an amazing job in delivering a very exciting story with a solid plot that keeps it’s audience at the edge of their seats and leave them begging for more. I surely know I am. I can’t wait for her next release!

My Rating:

BIC Rating System5

Would I recommend this book?: Yes!

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