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Guardian For Hire: A For Hire Novel

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Close your eyes, think of Gerard Butler scaling perimeter fencin

Close your eyes, think of Gerard Butler scaling perimeter fencing and dodging bullets whilst oozing sexy and you're not far off the mark. Guardian for Hire follows on from Wife for Hire and although there is some continuity, it could be read as a standalone.

As you may...
Close your eyes, think of Gerard Butler scaling perimeter fencing and dodging bullets whilst oozing sexy and you're not far off the mark. Guardian for Hire follows on from Wife for Hire and although there is some continuity, it could be read as a standalone.

As you may have gathered, our hero, Gavin McClintock, is Scottish. In my world sexy surly protective Scottish brutes are right up there as leading men (I am 1/4 Scottish, it's genetic) and our hot Scot isn't doing a bad job at all in protecting Dr. Sarabeth Lucking from the bad guys. She's scared and stubborn but she's no damsel in distress and underneath is a feisty strong lady who hasn't been allowed to be her real-self in life for fear of disappointing her snotty snobbish Grandparents.

It's a romance that is action and sexual tension led and it does take a while before any explosions occur under the covers. Once they do though, the emotional dynamic of the book changes; Gavin and Sarabeth are more similar than they think and I went from liking to loving both them and their story.

Well worth reading and the only question left to ask is if Maddy is going to get her story...I think that one could be interesting.

I received a copy of this as an ARC from the publisher for and honest and unbiased opinion.

posted by Nicola_1202 on January 15, 2014

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

On the fence

## I'm afraid I'm on the fence with this one. I'm sincerely torn. I liked the second half of the book. It's the first half that leaves me perplexed. The hero starts off so unlikeable that it was hard for me to warm up to him. Constantly making fun of the heroine and emb...
## I'm afraid I'm on the fence with this one. I'm sincerely torn. I liked the second half of the book. It's the first half that leaves me perplexed. The hero starts off so unlikeable that it was hard for me to warm up to him. Constantly making fun of the heroine and embarrassing her. And the heroine was so dorky and clumsy, putting her foot in her mouth on more than one occasion. As I was reading I was actually embarrassed for her. Yes, it made for some good comedy, hence the upgrade to 3 stars. However, it was difficult to fathom that he actually falls for her. Good but not great.

posted by 9394860 on January 24, 2014

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