- File Size: 1868 KB
- Print Length: 592 pages
- Publication Date: December 22, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MS0675L
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #406,607 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Guardian Agents: A Guardian Agency Novel Kindle Edition
An Amazon Book with Buzz: "Thirteen"
"A dead bang BEAST of a book that expertly combines Cavanagh’s authority on the law with an absolutely great thrill ride. Books this ingenious don’t come along very often." ―Michael Connelly Learn more
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Something Blue - This installment was better than White Wedding. River and Noah had a chemistry born of their shared past history. Their underlying backstory made this book much more believable. This is my second read of this series and I can’t wait to read Simons story.
Wine & Roses - This installment is the best yet of the series thus far! Simon Blackcat was intriguing in the first two books, but this story just set him apart from his partners, Ross and Noah. This book was much better developed than the previous two and therefore much more enjoyable.
A slightly different take on a runaway bride, the groom is caught kissing the best man, but there is no confrontation she just leaves.Ross Mitchell was walking back to his office after a meeting close by when he witnesses this fleeing bride, he also opens her limo door for her to depart. Now one would think this would be the end of it but as fate would have it they are destined to meet again.
Ross lands on the island of Margarita the day before his meeting with a client looking for updated security. What surprises him, in a very pleasant way, is seeing the runaway bride at the pool on his way to the bar.
The attraction between these two is off the charts, and there are plenty of sizzling scenes right from the start. An island fling for a runaway bride isn't unheard of, but those aren't meant to last.
Things get very interesting once Shanna returns home and lets her ex-fiancé know in very definite terms they are done. He doesn't get the hint right away though.Ross respects her wishes and stays away, at least until she calls needing his help.
An intriguing tale that develops from mysterious phone calls, but I could have done with a fewer bedroom scenes.
Lots of sizzle, suspense and intrigue as these two start a real relationship.
Something Blue Book 2
Noah is another of the partners in the Guardian Agency but that doesn't mean he doesn't take on cases. He's been more than aggravated with one client, River is a rock star and quite the diva. They also have a history, which makes this all the more difficult for both of them.
This book opens with a glimpse at the person stalking River. She is at the rehearsal for Ross and Shanna's wedding, a surprise, River is going to sing at the wedding and the reception. Something Noah knew nothing about and should have.
Now things went a little differently than planned when instead of going to the dinner, Noah takes her home. There's some unanswered questions but more than that there is still undeniable chemistry between these two.
However acting on that chemistry would have to wait when River's assistant and best friend is attacked at the hotel. At the time she was acting as decoy to keep the paparazzi from following River.
A much better balance in this one, between the story and the bedroom.
There's lots of suspense, some tears, and plenty of heat. I really enjoyed this book.
Wine and Roses Book 3
In White Wedding we met Eboni, she is Shanna's sister and maid of honor she had missed the rehearsal because she was sick.
In this book the wedding continues and Eboni is still sick. She leaves the reception early and then things take a major twist as she witnesses a murder.
After the police the first person she thinks to call is Simon, even though they only had one night together, he is a partner in the Guardian Agency and would know what she should to do next.
Simon hasn't been able to forget her since the night they spent together. When she calls he doesn't hesitate, he jumps in his car to reach her side. Finding himself blocked by the officer at the door, he gets a reprieve when Detective Jackson arrives.
While the investigation is important, Eboni's illness is as well and Simon is very concerned.
Simon doesn't leave her side and when Eboni wakes she gives the police what they need, a description of the shooter. Unfortunately it's someone both Jackson and Simon can identify as well. Now it's all about keeping Eboni safe.
I love the way this relationship develops amid the tension of being hunted by the killer. Simon's life and secrets are heartrending and his walls are almost impenetrable.
Plenty of heat, action and suspense topped by tears and surprises.
I loved the story lines that this book contained. The author, rather than pulling the characters together from the agency then into the story, brought each story into the agency and the characters. So it was first and foremost, a romantic romp with action, instead of action with romance. I'm not really sure how else to put that. My only problem with the book, and the reason it is missing 1-1/2 stars, is that the continuity didn't work well between the stories. The timeline was confusing from Book 1 to 2 (because in Book 1, they were to be married in two months and in Book 2, it has been "months" since they got engaged and that timeline continues into Book 3 - if I noticed it, chances are the timeline isn't firm enough between the 3 books). There were also misused words and sentences that could have used a strong editing hand. The sentences bothered me because I found myself having to read a few of them twice to get what their meaning was. I have always understood that I read a book differently than most. I'm a technical reader, so the grammar and punctuation (or lack of it) drives me nuts. And paragraphs should contain more than one sentence.
Overall, the author did a good job of developing the characters but at the end of the book, I didn't miss them. I didn't feel like they'd made the leap from characters to friends (for me). In order for me to love a book, I have to love the characters and the way they interact. Despite the fact that there were strong ties between 2 of the women and all 3 of the men, the actual "ties" didn't bind the stories together the way I was expecting, which was another reason that I found the timeline and continuity was just a bit "off".
I will definitely try this author out again.