Levi's job is to protect his human until it's their time to go. That's what a Guard does. He's done it for years on end, and he'll spend his eternity doing the same, mundane thing, following the same, mundane rules.
...Watch from afar....Never share your name....And above all, never touch a human.
What Levi doesn't know is that his newest human to protect, Hannah, just might be the catalyst to tipping the scales between good and evil, and he will be forced to decide which side he belongs to. Which friends will he side with, and who will he ultimately protect: his human, or the delicate balance that hangs on stopping the heartbeat of the person he has sworn to protect?
And, when you're already condemned, what's there to lose by breaking the rules?
THE GUARDIAN CHRONICLES: FORBIDDEN will take you into a world of Guards and Guardians, Light and Darkness. What side will you take?
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About the Author
Megan Curd graduated from Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota with a degree in Intercultural Studies. She has enjoyed traveling to many different countries and working with young adults of all ages.When not writing, Megan enjoys spending time with her family, snowboarding, and playing the occasional video game. Megan resides in Wisconsin with her husband and son.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Right from the beginning you are thrown into the action. I liked that the perspective is from the guardian and not the girl. There is a real balance that is kept between good and evil throughout the story which I thought was really interesting. I liked the wit and banter between characters and the love story here really had time to develop. If you're a fan of angel books don't miss this one!
What I liked about it: Loved Ethan's wisecracks- he was a smartass but also loveable! I've read the author's first book (from another series) and this time, the writing felt much smoother. I liked that Hannah didn't fall "in love" immediately. the story isn't overly long. I'd have liked it if the author had delved a little deeper into the mythology she had created for this novel. Reine's betrayal didn't feel like much of a surprise, neither did Angie overcoming her dark side.