Eternal Lovers (Sekhmet’s Guardians #1) by V.S. Nelson (Review by Amanda – #NerdGirlWitch)


Title: Eternal Lovers (Sekhmet’s Guardians #1)

Author: V.S. Nelson

Published Date: November 10th 2013

Genre: Paranormal


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Ancient Legends – New Worlds 
Humans weren’t the only ones to migrate to America… 

When two hidden worlds collide near modern day Lake Michigan, Jennifer, a young Native American, is confronted with the reality not everything is as it seems and things do go bump in the night. The questions she has long since asked are answered in this epic tale of self discovery when she meets Gabriel; the director of Guardians Incorporated. 
Born in New Tuat, Netchkhet, now known as Gabriel, came to Earth some five thousand years ago to protect the human race, Disillusioned because of an unfulfilled prophecy, he has become cold and distant – even from those of his kind. Secretly, he waits for his enemy to take his head so he may leave this world for good. 
Can a tiny Selkie melt his hardened heart and restore his faith in a power far greater than himself? When history repeats itself, can he save her from death’s embrace or will they be robbed of a future again?


***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Amanda – #NerdGirlWitch’s  Review***

 This book was awesome! I loved the characters and the storyline. V.S. Nelson is a wonderful and creative author who brings a new and wonderful twist to the vampire world.

There was a whole mess of characters in this story and it is really hard for me to choose a favourite but I would have to say that Raphael and Jen’s wolf both made a big impression on me. I can’t wait to see what happens with them both.

I loved the whole Native and Selkie roots to the story as well. Being of Native American and Irish decent. I really got a feel for these parts of the story.

The bad guys in the story were awesome and creepy with the whole coming back from the dead ceremony and all. they were crafty and clever as well but no match for the good guys as yet in the war. I can’t wait to see when they are.

this book was a amazing read and I would recommend it for all the vampire reading lovers out there!

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