Friday, February 26, 2016

His To Guard by: Elizabeth Reyes - Review

Title: His To Guard
Series:  Fate series:
Fate - #1
Breaking Brandon - #2
Suspicious Minds - #3
Again - #4
Rage - #5
His To Guard - #6
Uninvited - #7
Author: Elizabeth Reyes
Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance
Publish Date: February 26, 2016
Review Source: Enticing Journey 

Even if you've given up, it doesn't mean your heart ever does.

With her life in danger, Raquel Santana had just begun to blend into the sleepy little town she'd escaped to, to start over. Now her father's non-negotiable plan to protect her could ruin everything. After adamantly refusing to have someone watch over her, she finally relents.

Only nothing can prepare her for who arrives at her doorstep.

Finding out the beautiful woman Isaiah Romero is assigned to guard is someone he has a sizzling past with—someone he's never been able to forget—should've been a good thing. But when that woman is someone who a)he'd never trust with his heart again and b)completely off limits to him forever now, his loyalties are tested.

When the forbidden becomes His to Guard . . .restraint becomes a torment.

Despite the attraction he's surprised he still feels for her and the inevitable sexual tension he knows he'll have to endure, Isaiah is adamant about one thing: even unwritten rules should never be broken—until they are

Note to readers who are not caught up yet and wondering who Isaiah is? The Fate series is a Moreno Brothers spin off series Isaiah, Nathan and AJ "Rage" Romero are cousins of Romero from the MB series. They were introduced in the 3d Fate book Suspicious Minds (Fate #3). They are brothers and their sister Olivia, was paired of with Lorenzo Moreno in Suspicious Minds. In Again (Fate #4),their youngest sister Emi, is paired off with Sydney from Forever Mine the first in the MB series. I have one more story planned for the Fate series after this one Uninvitedtentatively scheduled to be released sometime in 2016. But you can add it to your GoodReads shelf now! =)


Morals and Truth. Justice and doing the right thing. Family and Friends. TRUST. CHEMISTRY. All this forms this amazing story!

Isaiah and Kelli are not looking for a relationship. At all! Kelli got ditched at the bar when her friend went off with some other guy. She didn’t mind - the things she was feeling sitting next to Isaiah was a feeling she didn’t think she believed in any longer.

Isaiah did the one-night stand thing. A lot. No relationships for him. He got the girl out the door ASAP. So he was surprised by how much he wanted to spend time with Kelli. Even out of bed.

Both are confused. The one-night they both agreed on became a weekend. Apointments got cancelled. Commitments ditched. They stayed at the hotel and were rerunctant to leave. Even when they finally parted ways - they traded numbers. Neither wanted a relationship, but neither could deny the amazing chemistry they had. It would go down as the best weekend of their lives.

Fate. Destiny. Sometimes it all seems aligned. Then - BAM - something takes it all away and makes you wonder and second guess everything. Your feelings. The chemistry. Had it been there after all?

This story takes many twist and turns but it’s fantastic. The author weaves you in and out of each of their lives in a way that is absoutely wonderful. The characters so complicated, yet simple. Just amazing! A must read!

Highly recommend!

PS: I received and ARC and I realize those are often not final products. But this needs to go thru editing again. There were lots of spacing issues, run on sentences and things like: wasn ’t. I don’t let this affect my opinion of the book at all - just FYI.

Elizabeth Reyes is a USA Today Best Selling Author of The Moreno Brothers, 5th Street, Fate and Desert Heat romance series.
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