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  • Posted March 14, 2011

    Fantastic Read

    Two very different and equally dangerous men have their sights set on Amy.

    Ms. Clark did an excellent job setting the tone right from the start. The prologue provided a chilling account of the death of Amy's husband, and foreshadowed the danger Amy and her son would soon find themselves in. I eagerly dove into the story intent on finding out what would happen to Amy and her son. A year and a half later, Amy's life was just beginning to feel normal again. Her son's nightmares about his father's death were less frequent, and she thought she'd put the horror of it all behind her. The contrast between the simple life Amy was trying to lead and the danger I knew was lurking in the shadows was striking and made the tension palpable as I turned each page.

    Gabriel and Amy had chemistry to burn. While I usually like the hero and heroine to have more time to get to know each other, Ms. Clark really makes the "love at first sight" connection work. The whole story only spans a couple days and that sort of pacing necessitated an immediate connection. That alone wouldn't have been satisfying, but I really felt that Gabe and Amy had a genuine connection that would last when the crisis they were facing was over.

    I also really liked the way that Gabe treated Daniel, Amy's son. Relationships are always a bit more complicated when children are involved. Gabe always treated Daniel with respect and made an effort to get to know him without it feeling forced or fake. I particularly enjoyed Gabe consulting Daniel about his burgeoning romance with is mom. Daniel's response was priceless.

    I did have one issue with the story. From the beginning, Amy instinctively knew she and her son might be in danger. Gabe knew for a fact just how precarious the situation was, but didn't tell Amy until it was too late. I found it difficult to believe that he could find time to talk to Daniel about his relationship with Amy, but couldn't find time to have a serious discussion with her, especially since she's a smart, strong woman and could have handled the truth.

    Despite this issue, I think Guardian of the Jewel is a really good read. The pacing and tension were excellent and the romance was sizzling. Fans of romantic suspense will definitely want to pick up a copy today.

    Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews

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