Happy Monday! Today I am bringing to you the next book in J.J King’s The Guardians series. We get to see more of Katherine and Quinn but the love story in the center of this one is Keme and Daphne. I really loved them. For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.
When Daphne Dru gets a phone call in the middle of the night from her Alpha’s son, she can’t imagine just how life changing that call will be. Daphne’s friend is in danger and so is the life of her unborn child. Only she’s not just a friend, Katherine LaFlamme is the first born daughter of one of the North American Alphas.
Katherine’s family is in danger but no one can pin down the source. More than one hunter has been spotted around Katherine’s family home, people and wolves have been dying, and the ruling structure of North America is shifting.
Daphne offers sanctuary until the baby is born and it’s safe enough to return home. Thrown together, Daphne and Keme do their best to focus on their friends’ safety, despite the intense chemistry that ignites between them.
Just when they think they’re safe, an old enemy resurfaces and, once again, Katherine’s life is in peril, but now it’s not just her and Quinn fighting back. Daphne and Keme are swept up in a storm of ancient lies that might just leave Wolfkind changed forever.
When Keme calls Daphne for help to hid Katherine, Quinn and their unborn child. Daphne steps up and turns her home into a comfortable place for them. As their stay extends longer so does the depth of Keme and Daphne’s relationship. Just as their relationship solidifies so does the danger for Katherine. Soon the danger will impact Katherine and her family in a way that will change them forever.
This was a really interesting second book. It wasn’t what I expected. I expected this to be all about Keme and Daphne. Instead their love story was almost an aside to the drama that followed Katherine. Both aspects were very well written and exciting. I loved learning more about Keme and Daphne. Their personal stories were very interesting and truly added a lot to the book. Its not only the characters that made this story good it was also a lot of the emotion that this book contains. Without spoiling anything you will need tissues by the time you finish this book. Overall, if you liked the first Guardians book you will enjoy this next installment. You do need to read the first book to enjoy this one.