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review 2019-05-19 04:40
Review: Guardian by Terri Reed
Guardian - Terri Reed

Title: Guardian
Author: Terri Reed
Series: Classified K-9 Unit, 1
Format: ebook
Length: 459 pages (iPhone)
Rating: 3 stars

Synopsis:

PROTECTING THE SINGLE MOM

When a fellow FBI agent is kidnapped and a protected witness vanishes, Leo Gallagher will stop at nothing to find them both. So when he discovers a link between the case and a single mother in Wyoming, Leo and his trusty K-9 partner rush to question Alicia Duncan. Could she be the key to locating the missing persons? Not if a killer has anything to say about it. Someone is determined to keep Alicia from talking, so Leo and his chocolate Lab must keep her and her little boy safe on their family ranch. With danger lurking around every corner, Leo must work overtime to not lose another person who's important to him.

 

Favourite character: True
Least favourite character: N/A

 

Mini-review:

I thought this was a good start to a series. Some things annoyed me like Alicia's constant preachiness and some misuses of words, or plural when it should've been singular, but other than that it was good. I like the fact that they included River on the cover, as well as true and I also am upset because most times with a prequel you read it after the first book, but with this series you need to read the prequel novella first, so I was minorly spoiled for that.

 

Fan-cast:

Leo Gallagher - Ryan Gosling

Alicia Duncan - Cobie Smulders

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text 2019-05-19 02:17
Reading progress update: I've read 134 out of 459 pages.
Guardian - Terri Reed

Some books are well based in faith content, some lack and some.... some just shove it down your throat.


Sadly, this is one of those books. The MC, Alicia, is constantly inserting that she'll pray or that this is a blessing from God, which I get and agree with, but it's people like her that make people hate Christians.

 

Just saying.

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text 2019-05-18 16:23
Reading progress update: I've read 47 out of 459 pages.
Guardian - Terri Reed

Okay, so first two books with ex-boyfriends names. Now this book has my ex-best friends name. The book I stopped reading had my moms name. And a few books before that had my name.

 

What is even happening here?

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review 2019-04-22 10:31
He was Playing for Keeps (Magnolia Valley, #4) by Cora Reed
He was Playing for Keeps (Magnolia Valley, #4) - Cora Reed

 

 

Quinn considers being in control a way of life. A place for everything and everything in it's place are words she lives by. What happens when the control freak finds herself facing a change of plans. Enter life of the party, Caine Wilder. His reputation proceeds him. The playboy with an eye for the ladies and a thirst for fun. These opposites are about to learn more than they could have ever dreamed, about themselves and each other. Reed, wraps emotions around her finger with another sweetly, heartstopping romance.

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review 2019-04-21 01:29
Blink by Rick R. Reed Review!
Blink - Rick R. Reed

Life can change in the blink of an eye. That's a truth Andy Slater learns as a young man in 1982, taking the Chicago 'L' to work every morning. Andy's life is laid out before him: a good job, marriage to his female college sweetheart, and the white picket fence existence he believes in. But when he sees Carlos Castillo for the first time, Carlos’s dark eyes and Latin appeal mesmerize him. Fate continues to throw them together until the two finally agree to meet up. At Andy’s apartment, the pent-up passion of both young men is ignited, but is snuffed out by an inopportune and poorly-timed phone call.

Flash forward to present day. Andy is alone, having married, divorced, and become the father of a gay son. He’s comfortable but alone and has never forgotten the powerful pull of Carlos’s gaze on the 'L' train. He vows to find him once more, hoping for a second chance. If life can change in the blink of an eye, what will the passage of thirty years do? To find out, Andy begins a search that might lead to heartache and disappointment or a love that will last forever….

 

Review

 

I enjoyed this book but it really didn't feel like a romance because the heroes didn't even met up again until almost the end of the book.

I love the completive tone of the book as it thinks about dating as an older man. I do like that aspect of the book and all its nuances but I want more of their love story and time together. 

We end with a HFN and I think they are both worth more than that.

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