Tori Conners is a 24 year old news anchor whose been working at the local TV station for 3 years. Recently she's been getting threatening letters, phone calls and even a break in at her apartment. Her boss, Mack McPherson hires Casey O'Rourke to be her bodyguard. Or as Tori says her "guardian angel". Casey decides they should pretend to be lovers in order to make his sudden appearance and being around more believable. Who's stalking Tori? And why? Will Casey be able to protect her?
It took me a bit to get into the story. And while the story had an easy flow and did hold my attention, I did have a few problems with it. I would have liked to see a bit more suspense and more twists to the plot. I made my list of suspects by chapter two and narrowed it down to my choice by mid-point in the novel. I also didn't find the story very hot or steamy. In my opinion, there was no real spark between Casey and Tori and I kept hoping for something to make me want to root for them to be together. And there were some scenes, which probably could have been eliminated, as they didn't really seem to add much to the story line. Overall though, Guardian Angel was a good read.
Tori works for a local t.v. station as a nightly news anchor. When she starts receiving hate mail, her boss decides to hire Casey as her bodyguard. Tori meets Casey and the first thought to enter her head is that he is her guardian angel. An attraction develops between them immediately and sizzles into a heated affair. Although Casey finds the pull of Tori's attraction almost too much to resist, he feels he can't protect her if he's too emotionally involved. Tori understands what he is trying to do, but she isn't too happy with his decision. Our erotic contemporary romance Guardian Angel has a hint of mystery that we're sure our readers will love.