The Guardian by Elizabetta Holcomb Release Tour: Giveaway and Review
1312, A knight destined to rule…
Jareth Tremaine, the first Duke of Dover, has seen how he’s remembered in history books—either a saint who rules his lands with justice or a religious extremist whose harsh treatment of the church nearly has him executed. But what history doesn’t disclose is that he’s essential to the world’s survival. After being wounded by ancient Huns using 21st century weapons, a girl is brought to aid his recovery—a girl who would become his duchess and the key to the future of Dover’s Amalgam.
A 21st century girl whose future has not been written…
Elizabet Blackwell isn’t surprised by wormholes. What shocks her is the multi-faceted personality of the titled knight. Sir Jareth is a nobleman, translator, surgeon—and he’s intent on locating and protecting a host. The host, she discovers, is a boy who practically lives in her backyard 700 years into Jareth’s future.
The re-scripting of history for the survival of nature’s attack on mankind…
Together they embark on their life’s journey and discover that they must protect each other even as they prepare the host for his destiny. Their quest must be to ensure the boy is secure and hidden from the evil forces who seek to exploit the power he contains.
Stormi Three Boundless Star Review:
The Guardian follows Jareth Tremaine a duke, and his duchess Elizabet Blackwell, through the pleasant journey of meeting, the tragedy of war, and the adventures of time travel. This noble couple meet when Jareth is wounded, and Elizabet is there to heal him. Jareth is a very important man in present day; as well as, significantly needed in the past. He’s the leader of the Amalgam, a powerful group of people with amazing talents, and he is also their protector; therefore, he must be protected at all costs. This book was good, but I found it hard to stay focused on the story. It was full of action, and time travel, making it exciting; unfortunately; this also caused me a bit of confusion. It had so much going on all the time; it became too much, causing the need for breaks in my reading. To some readers; the more going on the better, but in this case, it made it too hard for me to stay focused while reading The Guardian. The book was written well, and had a great storyline; however, it lacked the organization necessary to keep my attention.
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About the Author
Elizabetta Holcomb lives in South Louisiana with her husband and children. She is an English lit major turned nurse who couldn't dream of a life without writing and returned to her first love. Her favorite things in life are family, her cat, Sir Jareth (named after The Guardian's hero), and of course, writing.
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