Monday, February 25, 2013

Unbound By Emily Goodwin

The world of ghosts and spirits is nothing new to eighteen year old Anora Benson; she’s spent her whole life trying to ignore them, trying to be normal. But when a group of ancient bounty hunters are sent after her, Anora realizes she is more than just a medium.
As a witch she has power, power she doesn’t know how to use, power that makes her vulnerable to the demons that desire her gifts. Anora is alone and scared, forced to face the darkness own her own. Then she meets Ethan, a mysterious boy who shows up in her life right along with the magic, and he seems to know quite a bit about her and her legacy Coven. Will she risk everything by trusting him, or risk fighting alone?

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My Review:

OK...How to start this review? Let's see... at first I wasn't sure what to expect in all honesty. I figured that this would be another story where your main person sees dead people and that's it. I was so wrong!
Our main is Anora. She's a medium who has to hide what she is from her family and friends. It's not that they don't know; it's more like they don't talk about it. So that's how she deals with it. She tries to ignore it. Then she meets a mysterious newcomer and tragedy strikes. Out of nowhere, she discovers hidden powers and finds love with Ethan. Oh...did I mention that demons are hunting her?
Emily did such a kickass job on this story. It's very detailed and written beautifully. At times the story was a little winded for me but overall I really liked it. I can't wait to read the next install in The Guardian Legacies Series!

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About Emily:

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Emily Goodwin resides in Indiana, where she lives with her husband, many four legged children and their much loved German Shepherd named Vader. Accused of being a day dreamer, Emily began writing at an early age, making use of her active imagination. She has degrees in psychology and nursing, likes anything paranormal, 80's rock, and is an animal rights activist.

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