A Review of Godiva’s, The Divine Bodyguard

The Divine Bodyguard by Godiva is a plush mini-book with gold embossed finishes.

A Mother’s Day Gift Like No Other.

Oh please buy The Divine Bodyguard for your Mum or Wife for Mother’s Day, and please let me be there to see their faces as they open it, and then as they read it!

I can’t sum The Divine Bodyguard up in one sentence because I’ve never seen anything like it before now.

Exquisitely presented. The gold embossing on the cover takes it into the realms of plush. The materials are quality and the feminine, exotic design is well suited to the content.

This is not your ordinary book. You probably already realised that from its miniature form.

The verses take you through the history of High Priestesses to explore The Chosen Ones, The Divine Feminine, and The Life Force.

We celebrate the female human body until it is claimed – ‘The ultimate power is the divine right of women.’

And yet, tongue-in-cheek, power comes with its own warning. ‘During courtship men have been known to go crazy with love … which might interfere with your mission to control the species.’

I can’t give too much more away. I’ll share just one more piece of wisdom from this miniature keepsake; ‘Never let go of the gypsy in you’.

This Divine Bodyguard is the perfect Mother’s Day Gift because it’s different, sweetly presented, and honours the power of women and their feminine energy, without taking itself too seriously.

What’s that old saying about the element of surprise to unseat your enemy?

The Divine Bodyguard is written under the Godiva pseudonym. The publisher is keeping the author a tight-lipped secret. I can’t tell if Godiva is man or woman. What I do know, they have a wry sense of humour.

Walk tall.
Don’t hold back.
Don’t look back.

In the lyrics of Lou Rawle, ‘when she passes, each one she passes goes “A-a-ah’.

This elegantly presented celebration of the power that is woman is not for the prudish. Nor is it for those without a sense of humour. 

Happy Mother’s Day Ladies!

Reviewed by Carolyn Martinez, Author of Finding Love Again.

Carolyn Martinez

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