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Friday, August 30, 2013

City Of The Guardians by Bee L. Kirk

**Please note: This review was provided by Shanan Tysinger, a guest reviewer for Platinum.

This book is amazing and the Author, Bee Kirk, is brilliant beyond belief.
I found myself lost in the pages of this book. I identified with several of the characters, and didn't want to stop reading it. I did speed reading & still could not read fast enough to get to the next page. 
I've heard the whispers and felt the nudges and could identify with every character in the book. 
I want more of this series and will be first in line at the book store, I know Rip will be too!

Platinum Reviews gives Bee & "City Of The Guardians:

5 Platinum Rings!


Do you ever wonder about those little nudges and whispers you get from time to time, those “Don’t go there today” or “Change lanes”?

City of the Guardians: Introducing Alex Honor will show you who is behind those whispers and nudges. This book will make you take notice to the existence of things beyond our sight. The characters, Stilo who represents Strength and Rip who represents Rage, will fight to make their voice the one you listen to. Which will you choose?

It is the author’s hope to make you think twice about the decisions you make after reading this book. Her wish is to cause you to pause and listen to the whisper that wants the best, not the worst.

You might be embarrassed to admit that you have experienced a nudge or quiet whisper but you and I both know that you have.


“Are you Alex Honor’s father?” asked Dr. Shepherd.

“Yes. Please tell me he’s alright, please,” Eric begged.

Eric was nervously rubbing his thumb and index finger together. He’d done this since he was a child. It was something he did when he tried to stay calm. The doctor looked concerned and hesitant. He knew that the news was not going to be something a parent would want to hear. Dr.
Shepherd was a seasoned medical professional. He started out in the E.R.

where he spent seven years working on some of the most difficult cases in Harbor Mercy. He felt a need to change his routine because he did not want to burn out, so he transferred to the ICU and had spent the last ten years there. This was where he felt he belonged, where he could do the most good and still be challenged mentally.

He is in his late 50’s and looks as though he’s in his mid-40’s. This is due to his consistent workout regimen and strict diet. Dr. Shepherd’s wife still works down in the E.R., where they met during his residency. Her name is Mary Ann, and they are in love. She is the reason he became a doctor. She
motivated him when he doubted his decision to become a doctor. He adores her and she adores him. They make an amazing team.

“He is currently in ICU room 3. He was in the Emergency Room, but was moved because of his dire situation. He is not stable and has a long road ahead of him. One option that we are contemplating is placing him in a coma in order to let some of the swelling reduce on his brain, but we need your permission to perform that procedure,” stated Dr. Shepherd.

“What happened to his brain?” Eric asked as he choked back tears.

“Alex was hit by a car at an intersection. The impact of the car threw him against a brick wall where he sustained a life-threatening head injury........


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