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Guardian of the Night by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
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Jul 11, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: ebook-arc, adult
Read from July 01 to 03, 2012

This book and I just didn’t seem to get on. The main reason for this is realism. I understand that PNR is not a realistic genre but I do like the characters to at least act fairly realistically to things that happen to and around them. The problem for me here was that the main female character did everything a normal woman would. Her sister is missing, she is seriously injured and strange people refuse to take her to a hospital and keep her locked in a room. She is a doctor so she knows how life threatening her injury is but she doesn’t seem concerned about any of this at all. Instead she pines over a guy.

The romance took too long to build into something interesting and all the characters seemed old fashioned and boring. All in all this was just not for me.

There were some nicely written scenes, especially during the darker more horror type scenes. It was in those moments that this book became interesting and engaging but other than that this book was a struggle.

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Reading Progress

10.0% "Um bizzare"
14.0% "She is bleeding to death and he is trying to save her, but there is still time to have lengthly Inner monologues where they wax lyrical about their attraction for each other when they have never spoken, and in fact have no idea who each other are. *insert head-desk gif here*"
31.0% "I have no idea what's going on."
60.0% "This us ridiculous but I can't stop reading."
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