Review of The Messenger – Laury Falter

 


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Four Stars:

I expected this Prequel to have some holes for me, as I had not read the trilogy. I’m please to say would be a great stand-alone novel as it contained well-developed characters.

The author did a lovely job combining action and romance without sacrificing one or the other. While this prequel was really backstory for the trilogy I found it to have a complete plot.

This beginning Eran and Maggie’s has made me add the trilogy to my TBR list!

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EXCERPT

MESSENGER (GUARDIAN TRILOGY PREQUEL 1)

He strode to me and crouched at my hip. His shirt was already off and the nearness of his well-built chest made it a challenge to stop myself from glancing at it. To my astonishment, he seemed not to notice my internal plight, not even the tremble that shook me when he tenderly took my chin and turned it toward him.

“You’re healing nicely,” he observed, concentrating on my forehead.

“Mm-hmm.” It was all I could muster.

This was the closest we had ever been. His lips were no more than a few inches from me and drew my attention.

“I don’t think you’ll even scar.”

When I didn’t answer, I felt a shift in his presence and my eyes darted up to find him staring back with his striking blue-green eyes.

We froze in place.

Only our chests rose and fell, and they did it more rapidly the longer we stared at each other.

As his eyes lowered to my lips, his fingers tightened gently around my chin.

The flare of his nostrils and the intensity of his stare mesmerized me, made me want him closer. And it told me that he was struggling too and was in profound debate over what we were doing. No ward should be this close to their guardian, even if the ward didn’t recognize them as one. It was taboo, unheard of, an abject insult to the role the guardian had been given. Yet, here he was, looking at me, at my lips, tensing at the sight of them.

And he wasn’t alone in the struggle. For the first time, I forgot my urge to throw him off balance, my need to establish my independence. I was the one quickly losing my poise and forgetting who was dominant. The charm I fought so hard to deny, the very one that drew all others to him, took hold of me. And I gave into it out of my own free will.

 

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