The Guardians Trust: Ana by Beth Linton

The Guardians Trust: Ana by Beth Linton
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Erotic Romance, Sci-fi/Fantasy
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Some women are born identical as Doubles—one in the human world, one in the jungle of the Other Realm. Their fate is to change places, to embrace their future with the men born for them.

Dr. Ana Jones learns her destiny is to leave the human world and cross into an Amazonian realm, a fate that is akin to stepping back in time. There, she will join the Resistance, those who are fighting for survival. As a Double, she must pass through the gateway and marry a stranger.
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He’s a warrior, and leading the Resistance is Brenin’s life, but Ana is his future. Brenin embraces his pending marriage and the shapeshifting gift their mating may bring, but will her love be enough to help both man and panther survive the war?

To win a war, could you leave everything behind? That’s the question that Ana is asked one morning in Chester Zoo. Her answer will affect three other people’s lives, no matter which way she chooses.

Now, obviously, she chooses to go, otherwise, there wouldn’t be a story! But the good thing is, she thinks about it. She doesn’t just rush in where angels fear to tread. Instead, she makes her decision and stands firm on it, whilst at the same time, thinking through just exactly what it means. I loved that. The attraction is there immediately between her and Brenin and yet, once again, they go slow. I loved how phrases were worded, nearly as much as Ana did.

The pacing is perfect for the story, giving you both enough ‘slow time’ with some sexy moments between our two main characters, and also ‘fast time’ when action is the word of the day. Even characters you don’t know that well wriggle under your skin and make you feel.

The ending of this book will definitely leave you wanting more… immediately! A brilliant start to a series I want more from. Absolutely no hesitation in recommending it.

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