I received this book for free for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Keeper of The Innocents by Kristy Centeno
Also by this author: Keeper of the Lost Souls
Series: The Keeper Witches #2
Also in this series: Keeper of the Lost Souls
Published by Limitless Publishing on 6th July 2014
Genres: Fantasy, YA Fantasy, Young Adult
Source: for a Blog Tour
Demi Redding has used her powers to vanquish demons for years, but when one shows up next door she will be forced to set both her experience and instincts aside to battle a war that has nothing to do with magic, and everything to do with matters of the heart.
As a Keeper of the Innocents, Demi’s load as a guardian reduces with only one charge to take on at a time. However, when her new foe proves to be a force she can neither see nor find, she has no choice but to doubt the so-called good intentions of the stranger one door down.
Rhyzel Connor is not your average neighbor by any means. The red specks of color in his green eyes alone sets him apart and his demonic heritage makes him an easy target. Because of who he is he can’t afford a mistake that will result in his demise, but the fact that he knows way too much about Demi quickly raises the suspicion veil over him.
There is a mission he must complete, and secrets he must fight hard to keep, but the biggest hardship he must face will be forfeiting his life in order to save Demi’s.
Thank you to Dianne for letting me take part in this tour. When I read the premise of this book I knew I had to read it.
I recently read the Keeper of the Lost Souls book which is the first book in the Keeper Witch Series and while I enjoyed it, for me, there was something missing. I couldn’t quite put my finger on it and I still can’t. Naturally I was nervous to start this book, but my nerves were unfounded. Once I started this book I couldn’t put it down.
Demi has just turned 18 and since graduating from high school a few weeks earlier has been babysitting her neighbour Renee.Demi is brave and most definitely a fighter. Every time the odds were against her she found a way to survive. I was not surprised to find out who Demi’s charge was.
Renee is a sweet innocent little girl. She is also extremely perceptive for her young age. She could keep an adult chattering away for hours.
Rhyzel is the hot bad boy next door. He is torn and conflicted. I think deep down Rhyzel has a good heart but he may have taken the wrong path a few times.
You can tell that Kristy has really come into her own with this book. You can see the growth that she has made as a writer. I look forward to reading more of Kristy’s books in the future.
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