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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.
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Jason (Kings of Guardian Book 4) ★★★ from B. Isaf-Lauri on February 22, 2017
Not one of my favorites
I have really come to like this s author and her third book was my favorite but this one just doesn't do it for me. Neither of the main characters is particularly likable. I don't know if there isn't enough character development or if what there is just didn't work. Jason comes off as a jerk...I really don't empathize with him at all and Faith is just two dimensional. Plus the whole "good girl coming out a bad situation" is a bit of a hard sell when she blatantly offers to sleep with a man she's known less than 24 hours.
This story really just comes across as a bridge to serve as the introduction to what's coming down the pike. That said, I am quite excited for the next book and glad that the foreshadowing I detected in book 3 turned out to be accurate. Quite excited to see how the author writes this story given the setup on these characters and the current hatred between the characters.
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