Torn Between Two Worlds : Guardians (Ostrow)

  • by Lexi Ostrow
  • Narrated by Catherine LaMoreaux
  • Series: Guardians (Ostrow)
  • 8 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Her heart was torn differently than others, between two worlds. Her choice would affect her position in each.
Ciara Miller was born the same as others, but she got a little something extra. When she was younger she learned she was a Word Speaker, someone who could create life from stories. Her gift is incomplete until her 27th birthday; before then all she can create is things she, and others like her, can see. Evil wants her gift as well and the characters she chooses to create become her Guardians against the unseen attackers that want to use her skill. Just before her 27th birthday, fate has a surprise for her.
Stryder is a demon, created to be a backup plan for the Horseman of the Apocalypse, War. Since the day he learned he was nothing more than a pawn, he and his brothers had been seeking a way to betray hell and fight on the side of the angels. His world is torn apart again when he finds out he's nothing more than a story and given the option to protect a human female, Ciara, or die.
Ciara hates Stryder for replacing her former Guardian. But she cannot deny the lust and connection that rocks through her every time they touch. She could deny it all she wanted, but she belonged to Stryder and when they find themselves thrown into a war bigger than them both, she must choose between her reality bound heart and her fantasy bound soul to save them.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

This was a really good book.

What did you like best about this story?

Really interesting plot and developments. Out of the box, and easy listening.

What does Catherine LaMoreaux bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Catherine kept the story moving and her performance was engaging.

Any additional comments?

I am afraid I skipped through the more risque parts, but that did not make me miss anything in the story.

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- Mary LaMoreaux

Great Premise. Narration unbearable.

I couldn't finish. Half the time I had no clue who was talking. Book has the potential to be good if you read it. But the narration needs to be redone.
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- VKGiamp

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-13-2016
  • Publisher: Lexi Ostrow