1.After the death of her
grandfather, nineteen-year-old Jenna Solitaire finds an ancient wooden
board hidden away in the attic of his house. Scorched by fire and
covered in mysterious symbols, the board fascinates her--and scares
her--at the same time. As does Simon Monk, the handsome stranger who has
come into her life, claiming to know about the board. Even more
frightening is the voice whispering in Jenna's head, calling her
"Keeper." Does Jenna have power over the winds, as Simon claims? Is she truly the Daughter of Destiny?
2. Having mastered the
power of the Board of Air, Jenna travels to Jerusalem to find the Board
of Water. She is accompanied by Simon Monk, who seeks the Boards on
behalf of the Vatican. Jenna doesn't trust Simon, but he's her only
source of information about the Boards. In Jerusalem, Jenna meets Saduj,,
a local guide who claims
to be able to help them find the Board they seek. Simon is suspicious,
but Jenna finds herself strangely attracted to Saduj Jenna must find
the Board before it awakens and causes unimaginable destruction. But
will she lose her heart--and possibly her life--in the process?
3. From the searing desert
of the Middle East, Jenna and Simon travel to the ancient city of
Pompeii, following the clues to the hiding place of the Board of
Fire--also known as the Board of the Flames. But Peraud is hot on their
trail, and is more determined than ever to claim the two Boards the
Keeper already possesses. Jenna must also contend with her growing
attraction to Simon, who is torn by his desire for her--and his sacred
duty to the Church.
4. Having found the Board
of Fire, Jenna and Simon hurry to decipher the clues that will lead them
to the Board of Earth--and mastery over the very land itself. But on
their way to locate the tomb of a mythical English hero while fending
off shadowy new attackers who want the Boards for themselves, an offer
of help comes from a surprising source. Can Jenna and Simon trust this
offer--or are they walking straight into a trap set by the one who has
coveted the Boards for millennia?
My Stars: 4 stars
My Review: Okay. Okay. I am going to give you my review for the whole series. To sum it all up though, by the end of this series I was seriously pissed. All of these books were so awesome! I was all up into Jenna's life. It was like I could feel the how she was feeling by detail. (SPOILER ALERT) I hated the fact that she got seduced by Saduj and he turned out to be a demon. That made me mad and I felt sympathetic towards Jenna.
I hated how Jenna had to go through all of these hard obstacles. I was always glad when she got through them, ya know? Untilll (SPOILER ALERT) SHE KILLED SIMON! I was livid. How the HE double hockey sticks are you going to kill someone in the main love interest? Simon was the only reason Jenna kept moving forward and now he is gone. She will forever be alone now thanks to the author. That is why I give this series a four. The author tied it together too quickly.
Keeper of the Wind
Keeper of the Water
Keeper of the Flames
Keeper of the Earth