Title: Guarded Heart
Someone is trying to kill high priest Morgan Seaton, but the last person he wants protecting him is people-hater Brook Calder—a fellow Water witch from his youth. He values the witches of his coven too much to put them in danger from her shoot-first-ask-questions-later methods. But the head of Neptune’s Rangers assures Morgan that Brook is the best of the best, and attempts on his life are a weekly occurrence, so Morgan has no choice but to accept the help from the one witch he’s never been able to persuade.
If they can stop giving into their scorching desire everywhere—including the back of a limo or the bathroom floor—he might survive long enough to find out who wants him dead.
Author: Anya Breton
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Sweetly Bad
Published: April 18, 2014
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
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This paranormal romance is a riveting and magical read that keeps readers guessing. Someone is trying to kill high priest Morgan Seaton, Neptune’s Rangers sends water witch Brook Calder, to keep from putting his coven in danger he has no choice but to accept that.
This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on their toes with lots of suspense action and romance. The author uses well written descriptions and details to paint vivid images that capture the imagination. The strong compelling characters are easily understood and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning. Spine tingling suspense builds throughout the story as the danger escalates and more attempts are made on Morgan’s life including explosions.
The attraction between Brook and Morgan is obviously hot, but those two can’t stop arguing and fighting each other to notice in the beginning, but when they finally do… well let’s just say that the sex scenes could cause a few explosions of their own, of course it’s going to take more that some really good sex to make those Brook and Calder take it any further than some bedroom fun. The snarky dialogue and temper tantrums really add a lot of spice and amusement to the story and the reader can’t help but get caught up in their drama or the mystery of who is trying to off Morgan and why.
The author has created a fascinating world of elemental witches with some intriguing elements but there is not a lot of buildup about the world, so I am wondering if she is planning on writing more books in this world. I would certainly like to read them if she does. While I am very curious about the world, the book itself is enjoyable and entertaining even if the author doesn’t visit the world again, but I got to say I thing the Neptune’s Rangers has a lot of potential for future stories.