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Guardian's Keep (Unbound #2)

3.89  ·  Rating details ·  159 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Kol Hildr had spent the last century battling hellhounds and warlocks who sought to usurp his portal's magic. A mighty shape-shifter with the ability to change into wolf form, Kol made accessing the powerful gateway nearly impossible - unless you were a witch of Kelly Shane's talents. She had a score to settle and would do anything to close the portal that led to her unear ...more
Paperback, 282 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Silhouette Books
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Jul 25, 2015 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: People Who Don't Mind Stupid Heroines
Recommended to Carmen by: Romantic Times Book Review
It's always very difficult to enjoy a book in which the plot is completely driven by the heroine's stupidity.

Kelly Shane is BEYOND STUPID. I hated her when she was introduced in the last book, and I hated her here. She is judgmental, self-righteous, and EXTREMELY gullible - a dangerous combination. I just could not understand why Kol fell in love with her. Not to mention that she hates him, betrays him over and over and over again, and is completely convinced that he's evil for some reason. Even
Feb 26, 2010 rated it really liked it
While not quite as good as her previous book Unbound (Silhouette Nocturne), I enjoyed Guardian's Keep, Lori Devoti's second book in her series, but I found the heroine witch Kelly (returning from the first book which starred her sister Kara) a bit frustrating.

Kelly, who is supposed to be the logical of the twins, is incredibly impetious and does some really stupid things. She's the one that got her sister in trouble in the last book and here she goes through a gate to another world, not knowing
Barbara ★
I didn't read book 1 yet so this one introduced some people and concepts that were unclear. Other than that (which, of course, is my own fault), I enjoyed this book. I liked Kol Hildr, the guardian and really liked Kelly, the witch. They were a good match and the verbal sparring between them was very entertaining. The sex scenes were hot and heavy and well written. This was a totally different take on a "demon" gate. This demon gate was the portal to 9 worlds with many different creatures - incl ...more
Jun 19, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: own, h-mnb-s
This book was pretty good. I liked the characters, creativity, action, suspense and the steamy scenes. I was pretty confused or 'out of the loop' feeling during most of the book. I would read this again, but more to pass the time. I would enjoy reading the others in this series though and see what happens with some of the other characters. I liked the 'desperates' stand though, that was a really good part, I couldn't stop the smile during that scene. Enjoy
Jan 11, 2008 added it
This is about a shape shifter who can change into a wolf. His job is to guard the portals between Earth and the other worlds. There is a witch who thinks that he is to blame for her friend's death after she went into the portal. She comes after him, discovers he is innocent, and they fall in love. Then then have to battle their enemies and decide if they will trust each other.
Mar 18, 2010 rated it really liked it
Werewolves! Witches! Portals!
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Lori Devoti grew up in southern Missouri and attended college at the University of Missouri-Columbia where she earned a Bachelor of Journalism. She, however, made it clear to anyone who asked, she was not a writer; she worked for the dark sideadvertising. Now twenty years later, shes proud to declare herself a writer and visit her dark side occasionally by writing dark, sensual paranormal romance, ...more
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