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Jason (The Kings of Guardian Book 4) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B0793GPZ3B
- Publisher : KMRW LLC; 2nd edition (January 16, 2018)
- Publication date : January 16, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 1995 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 384 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1947178245
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #32,090 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I happened to remember that this problem (for me, at least) also exist in the first book (Jacob) with the heroine. There was like nothing really bad happened to her, yet it did. I chalked it up as she’s an extremely strong heroine. After this book though, I think Ms. Michaels was shy to really delve in heavy emotional baggage related to post traumatic events.
Again, I still think this was an enjoyable book, thus the four stars. It’s really not a hardship to read this through. I just had a problem with something that I don’t really have a right. It’s really an author right for which part of the story was being told.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated nor required to write positive reviews.
While Jason is still fighting with the consequences of his “previous" life, he's offered an awesome career opportunity: to become CEO of Guardian. However, to accept this career step, he needs to find closure regarding a botched operation under his command, which cost the lives of two of his brothers in arms. In this way he meets Faith and her son. Needless to say that they fall immediately in love with each other but can these so different characters share a common future?
Generally speaking the book focused more on the romance than on the suspense part but unfortunately this part wasn't enough elaborated enough to pass as an intriguing love story and fell a bit flat. The general plot line of the book wasn't bad. Slightly predictable and similar to the previous installments of the series, I hoped to be surprised with interesting twists or turns but was disappointed in this respect.
Consequently I put all my hopes on the character development but….
I definitely expected more.
I adored Faith. The things her father did to her and allowed to happen were truly horrible, yet she proved how strong and resilient she was. Her son Reece was her world and Faith was determined to keep him safe and move on with her life. When she met Jason, the chemistry between them was immediate. He made her feel safe and she made him feel calm.
When Jason’s new position as CEO with Guardian put Faith and Reece in danger, he realized how important they were and knew he’d do whatever it took to keep them safe and with him forever.
I’m enjoying this series and getting to know all the King siblings. I like that we constantly get updates about characters from the previous books, and how all these characters work together so well. Jared's book is up next and I'm curious to see how he will smooth things out with Christian.
Faith had a horrible thing happen to her as a teenager. She now has a son from it. While her and her son was giving the dog a bath, a man shows up.
While Jason and Faith are getting to know each other, they share their secrets. When she meets Jared, he had had a background check done on her. Boy is he brought down when she spouts off which he is sure she hadn't already told Jason.
Their lives are in danger. Things are coming to head. Will she be scared enough to take her son and leave or will she trust Jason to keep her safe?
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There are some potential triggers relating to rape and sexual abuse but it's a factual account and not detailed.
There are some sex scenes and some swearing. In fact, there are a lot of sex scenes. I found myself skipping some of them.
The characterisation is first class, both the lead and supporting characters are well crafted and believable.
The plotline is engaging and ensures you keep turning the pages.
There was a couple of grammatical errors but nothing that irritated and also a couple of editorial errors, both of them silly missing words but again it didn't bother me.
I love the Guardian series, Kris Michaels has totally aced the emerging plotlines and I can't recommend the series highly enough.
Kris Michaels has a good series here with the potential for a lot more (I assume more are on their way)
In this one Jason comes to the forefront, tense, angry and unsure, a brilliant opportunity comes his way and eventually he takes it. It leads him to Faith, who's from a very different MC background to the ones generally found in popular MC books.
They are from very different lives but make it work, amongst the threats, explosions and gunfire- the usual fare in these books.
Here's to the next.