The Spirit Breather – Native Guardians Book One

The Spirit Breather – Native Guardians Book One

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When Joseph Stomper first heard the prophecy, he swore a blood oath to protect Emily Morrow. Only she can destroy the Raven Mockers, the shape-shifting witches that feed on human souls. Now, seventeen years after her birth, Joseph’s mission is to prepare Emily for the battle ahead. But the more Joseph knows of Emily, the more he questions the strict laws of his people.

After surviving a brutal assault that nearly claimed her life, Emily Morrow is looking forward to a trouble-free camping trip with her best friend, Kadie. But her post-grad getaway spirals out of control when Kadie is snatched by dark creatures nesting in the mountains of Cherokee, North Carolina, a place where nightmares dwell, hidden among the trees.

Together, with Joseph Stomper, Emily must embrace her role in a centuries-old prophecy and learn to harness a dangerous new gift before she loses the ones she loves. But in a world where rules dictate action, there are consequences for those who follow their hearts.

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Lesléa Newman

``This book is a winner!``

“From the minute I started reading THE SPIRIT BREATHER by Rebekah Harris, I was impressed with the beauty of her language, the fluidity of her prose, and the tension and suspense she creates with the nonstop action of her narrative. I particularly admire the way Rebekah can write a book that alternates between scenes of contemporary teen life full of realistic dialogue, with scenes that center on the Nunnehi legend and contain more formal language. This book is a winner!”

-Lesléa Newman,
-Faculty Member, Spalding University brief-residency MFA in Writing program

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