Review: Guardian by Jordan Taylor

August 4, 2016 Review 0

Review: Guardian by Jordan Taylor

On a blustery November day in London, Gavin catches a bus from Waterloo Station to his office. He makes this journey five days a week, year after year, alone. Or so he thinks.

He does not know that his guardian angel accompanies him each day of his life, watching over him—loving him as all guardians must. His guardian’s feelings, however, fall into baser depths. As all guardians know, it is taboo to feel carnal love for a human ward. Such a relationship would not be viable—or healthy. Gavin’s guardian knows this. Lives and breathes this. And yet, to lift Gavin from depression, he is willing to attempt the impossible: to manifest as a human for Gavin and finally meet the love of his immortal life face-to-face.

Title: Guardian
Author: Jordan Taylor
Published by Nine Star Press
Source: Publisher
Published: March 6, 2016
Genres: Male Male Romance, Paranormal
Pages: 42
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: one-half-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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As a guardian we are to love, care, guide, and protect our wards. But the love Gavin’s guardian wants to love and be loved by Gavin. He longs to touch and kiss him, cheer him up and out of the funk he is in. He is granted 24 human hours to help Gavin escape his depression and almost misses out on what’s right in front of him.

Wow! I love novellas like this one as it pulled at my heartstrings and gets you thinking about your own personal guardian. No names were given to the guardians which makes this book feel real.

This novella only being about 60ish pages made my heart hurt for Gavin and his guardian. Love is beautiful in all its ways but I wasn’t prepared for this one to pull me in and make such an impact on me.

This in first Jordan Taylor book and it most certainly won’t be the last. I want to reveal so much .ore but then it will give the story away, so you will just have to buy it!

 

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