Author: Jodie B. Cooper
Series: Song of the Sidhi #4
Published: October 17th 2012
Page Count: 55
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance
Shelf: Review Copy
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Guardian Alexander (dragon shape shifter) is in charge of finding and destroying the nest of vermin known as the Khr'Vurr, a terrorist organization based in Dragon Valley. More than his career is at stake. Twenty years ago, the Khr'Vurr kidnapped Lizzie, his mate.
Nothing will stand in his way as he searches for his lost love, not even the most powerful Sídhí alive, Lady Sarah Trellick aka Chi’Kehra.
Guardian’s Beloved Mate occurs during the last chapter of Vampire’s Forbidden Territory. The fourth book in the Song of the Sídhí series is a stand-alone paranormal romance, but also continues the underlying story line of the Sídhí Summer Camp series.
A short story filled with intense emotion and action throws Guardian’s Beloved Mate into vivid detail.
Note: Contains violence, minor sexual innuendo, and mild language. Recommended reading age is seventeen and up. There is indirect reference (no detail) to a rape twenty years earlier.
Rather than spending a great deal of time on character development, Cooper tells us what we need to know about the characters and spends most of her time on story development. Each and every action, reaction, and description helps to build the story towards its conclusion. Cooper ensures that she keeps her audience captivated while telling a story that will entertain and enthral them.
I love how all of Cooper’s Sidhi stories intertwine yet remain independent of one another. It’s a very unique way to write a series. Each couple keeps you captivated for a short while, never outstaying their welcome and always leaving you wanting more.
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