Sara's Review: Lunar Shadows (The Guardians Series Book 2) by T.F. Walsh
ARC PUBLISHER: TF WALSH RELEASED: September 19, 2017 GENRE: PARANORMAL ROMANCE LENGTH: 154 pages FORMAT: EBOOK
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A powerful seer. A fight to stay alive. A soulmate to protect. Zana believes she can stop death. After all, why else would she receive prophetic dreams? Now she just has to actually save someone. But nothing prepares her for the Lunar Festival's events; a tragic death, her vile ex acting all cave-man on her, and the sudden appearance of Shadow, a hunky and arrogant Guardian from the kingdom. Except, she's done with men after what her last one did to her. But when her latest vision shows Shadow's demise, she is determined to prove her gift is a blessing not curse.
Shadow is visiting his uncle for a small vacation. When he stumbles across a murdered family member, eliminating the threat is a must. Bumping into Zana at the crime scene, a beautiful vixen, smart and stubborn, has him questioning her involvement. But when she declares he's in danger and will protect him, he's not sure if he should be flattered or insulted. As they close in on the killer, Shadow starts to believe the real danger might be losing Zana and the grip she has on his heart. Will Zana and Shadow survive a danger beyond their imagination? FOUR (3.5) BOUNDLESS STARS
I voluntarily received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This is a quick story and a bit on the quirky side. The main issue I had was it was hard to wrap my mind around a “Hunky” goblin, as depicted on the front cover. When I think of a goblin I think of green monster, just Google images of goblin and you will see what I mean. However, if you were a goblin I guess you would find other goblins attractive. IDK. Both Zana and Shadow were very likable and relatable and this is one of the quick stories that you instantly know they will fall in love. It is the getting there that will be the challenge. Oh, boy did they have challenges. Chalked full, of action and suspense, with some romance to boot, Lunar Shadows is a great read to pass the time.