Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Review: Hear No
Hear No by Lizzy Ford
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I’m a big Lizzy Ford fan, and this book just reinforced why I love reading her books. As the start of a new series, I didn’t have any expectations. This book really sucked me in from the start. The characters were all really well thought out and engaging. Of course, I especially loved Nathan.
This series takes place in a world where angels are wandering around earth as humans, with only their spirit guides to ground them. Nathan is a jaded and cocky spirit guide who, while he gets the job done, does it in the most unorthodox fashion imaginable. While rescuing an incarnated angel from a mental hospital, Nathan stumbles upon Kaylee, an equally jaded junior attorney who just so happens to be stalked by “Shadowman”, her very own fallen guardian angel. Their lives intersect and poor, jaded Nathan finds himself actually feeling for the first time in years.
Nathan and Kaylee’s love story was set up nicely in this first book. I found myself really falling in love with the characters (especially the side characters in the form of Eddy, Troy, and Maggie). I loved the alpha-ness of Nathan’s character, especially when thrown up against the decidedly stubborn Kaylee. The action was good, and if I had to choose something to criticize it would only be that the story does not wrap up in this book. We are left with a cliffhanger of sorts and I’m absolutely dying to see what happens next.
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