Review: Guardians of 2632 – Nora Weston

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Dr. Zane Grayson – Head of a Time Traveling Agency in 2632.
Julia Emerson – A woman Zane had a brief encounter with in 1998.
Marissa – Zane’s Best Friend in 2632.
Marshall Pickett – An evil mobster with an interest in Julia.


Travel through time with Dr. Zane Grayson, executive director of Guardian TMF…a monstrous time traveling facility, as he fights against corruption, Elites, Time Mercs, and his own obsession with time surfing to realize his future may actually exist in the past, 1998 to be exact. Guardian 2632—a story of epic proportions depicting what a man will sacrifice to save a life.


There was quite a bit to like about this book. The story was very interesting. It reminded me a bit of quantum leap. A man is tasked with the job to travel to different periods in time, and set right what went wrong. The plot involves a woman who Zane had met during one of his travels in time. She is the wife of a corrupt cop, and is desired by a local mob boss. The Boss is willing to do anything he can to save her. Zane shows how much someone will sacrifice in order to protect another.

I liked the characters, particularly the characters of Zane and Julia. The character of Zane was a lot more fleshed out though then the chracter of Julia, I felt. The book is a combination of a mystery, sci-fi story, and romance.

If I had to point out drawbacks to the story, there were some grammar mistakes which were minimal. A scene in which Zane was being attacked by 2 Mercs (futuristic mercenaries) seemed to just come out of nowhere, and didn’t seem to have a transition into it. The romance itself seemed a little rushed as well.

All in all though, it was an enjoyable story, and I think if you are into sci-fi romance or paranormal romances, you’d probably enjoy this story. I look forward to seeing more from Ms. Weston in the future, and I’d like to see what’s next for Dr. Grayson.

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*Disclaimer* A special thanks goes out to Brandi at BK Walker Books and Ms. Weston for a review copy of this book. It in no way influenced my review. You can discuss it here or join my facebook page and discuss it there.

About the Author: 

Nora Weston’s fiction and poetry slips in-between and all around science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Her publishing credits include the anthologies Mind Mutations, Cyber Pulp’s Halloween 3.0, and Dark Pleasures. Other venues in print and online include; The Hacker’s Source, The Dream People, Hoboeye, Abandoned Towers, Lost in the Dark, Sputnik 57, Soul Engravings, and Decompositions. Recently, Dark Gothic Resurrected Magazine, Worlds Within–Worlds Beyond, Trapeze Magazine, and Four and Twenty published her work. Melange Books has accepted The Twelfth Paladin for a May 2011 release. Nora has had the pleasure of reaching people through the airwaves on radio stations throughout the US, and episodes can be downloaded from Blog Talk Radio’s show Not Picture Perfect.

See Ms. Weston’s Guest Post on character development here with good advice for potential writers.

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