Saturday, August 13, 2016

Centurion by T.K. Lawyer

Title: Centurion
Series: The Guardian League, 2
Author: T.K. Lawyer
Publisher: Luminosity Publishing
Genre and Pairing: MF, paranormal angels
Page Count: 149
Reviewer Name: Redz






Publisher Blurb
Centurion has it all. A talented charge, ladies at his disposal for a single encounter, or more, including access to all the coffee he wants once he lands on Earth. Plus, he’s second-in-command of the volunteer band of Angels called the Guardian League. The one thing he never wanted was an intimate relationship with a human beyond the usual Angel-charge boundaries.
So when he finds a woman as strong and hot as the human beverage that tickles his fancy, what else can he do but pursue her until he figures out what to do with her?
April loves her enticing, hunky Angel, but he’s a lot to handle. He’s cocky, unpredictable but most of all … incorrigible. What is she to do with a male who lives life by his own schedule?
Can April and Centurion form a compromise and allow love to bind them together? Or will Centurion’s inability to commit wedge them apart—forever?
Reader Advisory: This book contains a cocky, incorrigible Angel + a loving, independent human = intense sexual attraction, steamy adventure, and fun, unique experiences.




Review
Centurion by T. K. Lawyer is a very original take on angels. It is the second book in The Guardian League series. I found at least in the copy I reviewed this was such a choppy read and this book could have befitted from pronouns. The connection between the characters is semi okay. But the way this one reads it just threw me. Every sentence practically had Centurion’s name in it. I like his name too, but it got to be a bit much.
Centurion guards over angels. Keeps them in line. He was always a born leader. He leads the Guardian League. He loves being an angel. Loves his charge and humanity in general. He had been when he was mortal bullied, attacked, and teased on Earth. He really pulls for the under dogs now.
April she is an artist going to a convention for other artists. She doesn't like men who are players. Down to Earth kinda girl with a strong will.
These two really do seem to blend well I just did not feel their chemistry at all. I loved the idea of this story. Some very original takes on angels that are fun to read. 
                   Four twinkling Stars
 

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