Book two in The Earth Angels...
Feel nothing. Sara Savitch's personal mantra has been hard to live by ever since her torrid one-night stand with army doctor Gideon Mandeville. Descended from the Seraphim, angels known as heaven's soldiers, Sara may be an expert fighter, but she's an amateur when it comes to relationships.
Physically unharmed, but still battle-scarred, Gideon has returned to Dallas in the hopes of regaining his faith in humanity - in himself. Instead he's walked into a nightmare. His father is on a serial killer's hit list, and has hired a personal bodyguard - very woman who has haunted Gideon's dreams for a year.
As Sara works to build an impenetrable fortress around her client, she yearns to tear down the one around Gideon's heart. With his bitter rejection of warriors, will he ever be able to accept her true nature? Sara must find a way to trust Gideon with her secret as the killer closes in.…
Hear how it all began in Nobody's Angel, available now!
Sara, a security expert and bodyguard is hired by her ex friend and one night stand's Father to protect him because he's getting death threats. The sexy one night stand (Gideon) has just returned from a tour of duty and is disillusioned and suffering from PTSD and tries to stop her taking the job.
Sara, haunted by the hot night they shared, still has feeling for Gideon, but he's pushing her away by rejecting her professionally and emotionally. However, she's a stubborn professional and sticks with the plan ..... and she still wants him despite everything. Slowly Gideon and Sara call for a 'cease fire' and engage in conversation, shared nightmares and that was followed by attraction and finally the start of romance.
The interactions between the two lead characters are touching as they both fought the sexual chemistry with tender looks, verbal insults and temper outbursts. As the threats on the Father escalates Sara's true secret paranormal abilities as an Earth Angel are brought out and all changes between the two as Gideon nurses her back to health with 'hands on' treatment (not very graphic).
Worth a credit? It was an easy going, enjoyable listen but it was also tepid rather than hot however, if you want an interesting thriller/romance then this is your book.
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I was disappointed with the first book, but this one was much better. I'm glad I read the first one, as this book didn't really explain much so I needed that background information to know what was happening - but it was a pretty good read.
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