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Chief: The Kings of Guardian - Book 7 (Volume 7) Paperback – May 20, 2017
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- Publisher : KMRW LLC (May 20, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 364 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1947178032
- ISBN-13 : 978-1947178038
- Item Weight : 10.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.82 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,469,576 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Chief falls for Tatyana Petrov, who appears to be a member of the trafficking ring, but things are not always as they seem. As their feelings for each other deepen, they must discover their own truths as well as face their fears, while working to destroy the Bravata.
This series just keeps getting better and better! It has been so exciting to watch all of the Kings, the wonder twins, Gabriel, Doc, Malaki and other integral characters interact and function not only as a team, but as family.
You could read Chief as a stand alone, but I highly recommend that you start with book 1, Jacob, to fully understand the relationships and characters that are woven throughout.
I cannot wait for the next in the series!
Tatyana had spent eight years undercover in her attempt to reach the top of a human trafficking group. Her gut told her that David wasn’t the man he pretended to be. Taty tried to fight the feelings she felt towards David, but she knew her heart would break in the end since the job had to be completed.
Ugh, I hated that these two were both suffering because of the identities they had to hide and the roles they had to play. I kept hoping one would figure it out, and then something would happen that would push them further apart. I loved the ending. I also love how much Gabriel truly cares about the men and women in Guardian. That man just looks out for his people. These books all have happy endings, and they all end with little peaks into the next characters' books. To me personally, the series gets better with each book.
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There are some potential triggers relating to kidnap and sexual slavery.
There are a couple of errors but nothing to get irritated about.
The book deals with the lead up to and culmination of the fight against the Bratva and it's incredibly complex plotline is so twisty and engaging I couldn't put the book down.
The characterisation is absolutely perfect, with multiple POV, ensuring the reader is kept in the loop and illustrating the individual personalities that allow you to form a connection with the characters.
Mike White Cloud, AKA Chief, has been very much a loner, with little personal information provided throughout the series but in this book all is revealed and he has become a favourite with me.
His female lead, Taty, has complex and heartbreaking motivators pushing her to the disturbing position of concierge, and apart from the subject matter I found I liked her immensely.
There are appearances from most of the team as the book builds to its climax.
There are some sex scenes and plenty of swearing.
The romance element seems doomed before it starts but it's there, and it builds steadily throughout.
I have no problem highly recommending the book but would advise reading from the beginning to obtain the best reading experience.
I would have liked Guardian to have kept Chief in the role of David to whittle out other international wrong doers. Maybe he will need to be resurrected in future books, I hope there's at least another ten Guardian adventures.
Better than Jasmine the last book, but Jared is still my fave, followed by Joseph and Jacob. You basically can't go wrong with any of the series and I'm ready for the next.
It is unfortunately on the bottom of my favourites. I also missed the action I came to love from the previous books.
I look forward to the other books to come, Jewel seems to be a character and I just wonder how unorthodox Ms Michaels will be with the twins.
A great book I'm excited to see what everyone gets up to next