Guardian Angel by Abbie Zanders

February 28, 2015 Book Review, Quickie 0 ★★★★★

Guardian Angel by Abbie Zandersfive-stars
Guardian Angel by Abbie Zanders
Series: Callaghan Brothers #5
Also in this series: Dangerous Secrets, First and Only, Seeking Vengeance
on February 24, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 243
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They call him the Iceman. The eldest of seven brothers, he is the biggest. The coldest. The meanest.

No one has been able to break through the icy shield Kane Callaghan has built around himself. No one except the tiny, stubborn woman willing to sacrifice herself for him. She haunts his dreams, but he has no idea who she is. Where she is. Or if he’ll ever see her again.

Rebecca Harrison spent the last twelve years with humanitarian relief organizations, travelling to some of the hardest hit areas of the world, but none has ever affected her as much as that tiny village in Africa. Because of him.

Fierce and beautiful and terrible, she can’t get him out of her mind. Kane. The avenging archangel who appeared out of nowhere, saving her from a fate worse than death. The one she was forced to leave behind.

Worlds apart, they are bound by the events of that one horrible night, though the chances of ever meeting again are too small to dare even hope. Of course, neither one realizes just how clever Fate can be…

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

Abbie Produces Fireworks
I absolutely loved this story. I knew Kane’s story was going to be good, but this was the best, most fantabulous and heartwrenching one by far.

We met and fell in love with the gruff loaner in Jake and Tarryn’s story, but I wasn’t sure who could fill the shoes of his croie. Rebecca was perfect. She is sweet and kind but also happy to be a loner with Kane.

Abbie Zanders you have mad skills. At 75% (a very crucial part) fireworks started going off outside my window. Not right outside my window, but down the street and around the corner, but seriously close. How Abbie managed to do that at that crucial moment was just plain magic. Ok, maybe the circus that had just come to town was really the reason, but literally at a VERY crucial moment fireworks were zinging.

Another wonderful installment in the Callaghan Brothers series. I felt emotionally attached to the characters and definitely wanted them to get their HEA. Can’t wait to read more.

Ms Zanders, I’m thinking with that little sneaky peak into Aiden’s “lifestyle choices” you should definitely consider writing his story…very intriguing.

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