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‘Humans make their incarnation plans before birth and it is the Guardians sacred duty to ensure nothing interferes with following that plan.’ Enael isn’t a confident guardian angel and continuously doubts her ability to guide Daniel on his chosen path. When he fails to resist the temptation that comes in the form of Miriam, Enael seeks advice from her archangel Rehniah to see what she can do to bond with her charge and help him keep to his chosen plan. Rehniah suggests Enael finds a friend and stops shying away from intimacy, so she seeks help from Kaspen, Miriams guardian.
Enael discovers she is confronted with a temptation of her own, Kaspen, but as the pair get closer Kaspen’s ex love Yasva, who is now a demon, becomes jealous and constantly hounds and taunts the pair while also forging a plan to take over control of Earth.
Though it isn’t unusual to read a book about demons trying to take over the earth and angels trying to stop them, I did find this story quite unique. The angels had the ability to choose how they appear, and they are also kind of genderless which was odd. I found the whole thing really refreshing and unexpected.
Initially I found it difficult to visualise many of the characters, their strange names didn’t give clues to the ‘aspect’ they had chosen for themselves so until the author either, referred to one as a he or a she, or specifically described someone, I was left with nothing to work with, a faceless being who was just a name, and I found that a bit frustrating.
Guarding Angel is a well written book, the plot is intricate and well planned but sometimes we were subjected to too many details which slowed the pace and didn’t move the story along fast enough for me. Overall it was a great read and well worth picking up if this is the genre of your choice.
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Um. Except that I sort of already knew what was going to happen, ohhhh, about a third of the way through. And, though I know the choice Enael and Kaspen have to make at the end of the book is supposed to be a cliff-hanger, I’m pretty sure Saboviec’s going to have to jump the shark to surprise me.
Would I recommend it: Yeah, why not? It might not be the *most* original story line out there, but it’s the only book I’ve read where guardian angels get to be protagonists. Give it a whirl!
As reviewed by Melissa at Every Free Chance Book Reviews.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
What I liked BEST about this novel…
I love how the author weaves Enael’s story through real-life historical times and places. Each of Enael’s Wards (the humans she’s protecting) live very distinct lives in very distinct places in time.
The relationship between Enael and Kaspen is very realistic. It grows and changes throughout the book, developing naturally over a period of time and fluctuating as the characters face challenges.
The ending. I’m going to try not to spoil anything, but even though this book is planned as the first of a series, the resolution was very satisfying.
When Enael meets Kaspen, and his former lover, Yasva, the truths Enael believed about her role as a guardian angel begin to unravel. The author expertly weaves the story from historical settings in the lives of Enael’s wards, to Enael’s own journey through the twisting maze of hierarchy in Heaven.
I thoroughly enjoyed how this novel explores the notion of free will and the consequences of the choices we make, while at the same time giving us a gripping tale. For the first in a series, the ending was very satisfying and I can’t wait for the next one. A must read!
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Books about angels and demons aren't normally my cup of tea, but with a blurb like this, I couldn't resist. Read more
Enter a world of angels and their charges centering on an angel named Enael as she struggles with keeping her human charges in line, and finding her own place in the universe. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Madhatt
A brand new world and fresh twist with some familiar beings. Guardian Angels are sent to look after their charges. More to keep them on the path that THEY chose before being born. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Romantically Jaded
I adored GUARDING ANGEL: it was addicting and interesting and tickled my fancies in the just the right way. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Reviewed by B. Smart
Guardian angel Enael’s world is shaken to the core when she meets Kaspen, a charming and mysterious angel who completely... Read more
Guarding Angel is a very interesting read. Enael is a guardian angel who is responsible for guiding humans through the paths they have chosen as souls. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Raven tales
An eARC of this book was provided to me by the publisher (and then I purchased the book from Amazon.com). This in no way impacts the content of my review. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Invested Ivana
I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or my review in any way. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Heaney
I thought that the author's premise for the book was great. That being said though even though the writing was technically very good, great editing, the execution of the story just... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Melissa72
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