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Awesome new series
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2018
This is a romance - my favorite kind - one with a happy ending. There is sex involved and some swearing. There are assassins involved, but they play for the good guy side. There isn’t any graphic death - not like a horror story might have, but there is a couple of dead people involved.
I really love the Kings of Guardian series.
This is another series that author Kris Michaels is writing. It’s called Guardians of the Shadow World.
This series has recurring characters which is the part of the series I like. Even after their story is done, the characters pop up in other stories. It’s like being part of a family. I get to see them joke and tease as well as watch their progression with the family and their position within the Guardian world.
I know the concept of having assassins on the payroll might be tough to think about in real life and it might be hard to reconcile taking the life of someone else because of their penchant to kill and destroy lives. I get that. However, I am sure there really are people that have this job to make our lives less frightening. With that being said, I do not have a problem with the Shadow World of Guardian. In a perfect world, karma or whatever you want to call it -would punish those that do atrocities to other innocents just because they can. We all know there is no such thing as a perfect world
Anubis is Guardian Security’s asset and he kills with poison. He is not an up close and personal killer. I could do research and see what that means psychologically, but that would be going too far and besides, I don’t really want to know. This is a suspenseful story and I loved it just the way it is.
Everyone deserves happiness and this was an incredible story of a ray of sunshine perminating a life lived in the shadows. It was a story about a path that was set in stone suddenly having a fork in the road that may lead to a better life.
The heroine was not whiny. She was a strong lady and she didn’t make stupid choices. She did what needed to be done and did not hesitate to face problems head on. I think Sky was the toughest woman have met in a story.
The hero, suffice it to say, was struggling with himself. The things he’d done and the danger he would bring to the doorstep of the people he loved. It was a battle that ranged from the “right thing to do” and the “right thing I want to do”. He was rather between a rock and a hard place. I loved the way it all turned out. 5 stars.