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(Collector’s Division – Book 1)
by Lexie Winston
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Fantasy, Slow Burn RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
What if the imaginations of humans combined with magic to create… something more? So goes the base premise of this interesting Reverse Harem, free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
Joining the Collectors Division was my only goal once the orphanage washed their hands of me at the age of twelve.
Unruly and quick to anger, I was taken in by an academy instructor until I was old enough to attend myself. With love and understanding I thrived, and it became my mission to be the best Guardian the Collectors Division had ever seen. I couldn’t
wait to run the Gauntlet and join a team.
Little did I know what fate had in store for me.
Guardian is a reverse harem novel and contains MM and FF. Not recommended for those under 18
Thoughts on Guardian
I wasn’t sure quite what to think about this book when I first delved in, but that resolved soon and I found myself captivated by not only the characters, but the PREMISE of this world.
The imagination of inventiveness of the human mind combines with magic to create what we dream…. dragons, Santa Clause, Witches, Smurfs… all of it. Popular culture comes out to play, and the Guardians are a select group specially trained and created to handle the influx and danger these creations can cause. They corral them, redirect them and at times, destroy them. And this is the story of one of those Guardians – and the Elite Team she finds herself with.
It’s unique, a bit humorous and rather hot. Fair warning, that ending scene messed with my head.
First Person, Single POV
R to mature
MMMMMMF (FF Present, as well as MM)
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Guardian
Unique, heated and magic filled, this is an adventure wrapped around a Reverse Harem, and it’s fairly well done. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
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Published October 29th, 2019
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