Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Guardian Angel

Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-60735-760-5
Genre: {M/M} Suspense
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx 

Country singer Daniel “Dusty” Young is in high spirits by the cheering audience until one fan runs on stage with a gun, intent on shooting him. Lucky for Daniel, the security guards were actually government agents. Assigned as Daniel’s bodyguard, agent Rafe is well equipped for the task, including the intimacy Daniel and Rafe both hungered for.

Guardian Angel is a romance mixed together with criminal activist, family betrayal and agency leaks.  The plot consists of a group of rebels with a blackmail scheme as their agenda. The characters are creditable.

Daniel is a rising singing star, however he still considers himself to be an average guy. He hides his sexually from the public, fearing a negative reaction, but he is immediately open with Rafe, sensing they had something in common. Daniel is very resourceful at defending himself from his attackers. Though he shies away from killing, Daniel is not averse to inflicting a painful injury.

Protecting Daniel is Rafe’s first field assignment. When things go terribly wrong, Rafe fears he will be fired or at the very least returned to another desk job. Nevertheless, Rafe is compassionate about keeping Daniel safe as well as building a permanent relationship with Daniel, even if it means Rafe leaving the agency.

Sean Michael has created an impressive saga. There is plenty of sizzling intimacy between the gun battle scenes. I enjoyed Guardian Angel

No comments: