This book got my attention with the line from the blurb - Keira takes charge of her destiny and enters the hidden world of the Guardians of the Akasha. - I was excited to read something where the MC finally goes head on instead of going round and round in circles till she finally does what she has to do.I think that was false advertisement the MC was going on her way to doing the same thing if it weren't for certain circumstances in which she is just basically guilt tripped into it. So really nothing different there.The reason why this book got 2 stars was because it was just ok. It wasn't horribly bad and it wasn't good either. Why? because it was all just too neat, and too perfect. Everything was spelled out and it was so predictable. I was actually surprised that nothing surprised me. There was absolutely nothing that made it standout nor make it unique.The romance was just as iffy. It didn't turn me off but I wasn't totally on board with it either. Then there is the ending. It was so anticlimactic that I just sat there and kept going that was it? They made it sound like he was this huge bad ass, the MC goes to train for 2 months comes back and gets rid of him just like that? Oh and she oh so conveniently had The Knowledge to do it...Like I said this book was too perfectly laid out.