Feel nothing. Sara Savitch's personal mantra has been hard to live by ever since her torrid one-night stand with army doctor Gideon Mandeville. Descended from the Seraphim, angels known as heaven's soldiers, Sara may be an expert fighter, but she's an amateur when it comes to relationships.
unharmed, but still battle-scarred, Gideon has returned to Dallas in
the hopes of regaining his faith in humanity—and in himself. Instead
he's walked into a nightmare. His father is on a serial killer's hit
list, and has hired a personal bodyguard—the very woman who has haunted
Gideon's dreams for a year.
As Sara works to build an
impenetrable fortress around her client, she yearns to tear down the one
around Gideon's heart. With his bitter rejection of warriors, will he
ever be able to accept her true nature? Sara must find a way to trust
Gideon with her secret as the killer closes in.
Well, I definitely liked this book better then Nobody's Angel, the first
in the series, but still could care less about the characters. I
liked Gideon more then Sara since he actually had a personality even
though for most of the book
he was a jerk, but he had his reasons I guess since he was suffering
from PTSD. I didn't get the flip he did in his feelings though. One
minute he almost seemed to hate Sara then two paragraphs later he'll do
anything to have and protect her. Sara was just too stiff for me and I
understand that's how she was suppose to be since it was brought up
repeatedly that she's not good with people, but she has a best friend
that liked her, her sparring partner who has been with her since she was
a toddler, the hacker seemed to be in awe of her and she sat with her
father's friend during recovery from major surgery. Those all add up
to her being good with people. I'm not sure if I'll read anymore books
in this series.