Cloud Nine: A Paranormal Romance of the Guardians of Man

The Guardians of Man, no. 1

    • 4.4 • 14 Ratings

Publisher Description

What happens when you receive a guardian angel?
What if you don't believe you need one?
What if one wants you removed?

Claire Grayson is a seventeen year old on the verge of graduating high school. Her mother, now working full time, isn’t home much, her father, an attorney, has always been gone long hours. So now she has learned to take care of her basic needs on her own. So she takes on tutoring jobs or babysitting for spending money.

Her best friends were the bright spots that helped to keep her laughing when she thought herself in love only to have her heart broken. After the crash of her heart, it took a while for her to realize that she could and would move on. Just when she did, when she was finally done waiting for him to realize his mistake. When she decided that it was time for her to take a step forward. She meets Sterling Warde.

Sterling Warde is a Guardian. Someone who goes to people in need and helps them get on in life with a better understanding of living. While with a charge that was ready to take back his own life, Sterling catches a glimpse of Claire and is startled by his strong reaction to her. Puzzled, he follows her. Something about her touched his nerves and stole his breath. When he finally reveals himself to her she is afraid of him and doesn't want him around. But with time and patience, he will work to see her safe.

There are people out there that want each of them for themselves. Someone who will stop at nothing to have Sterling. Someone who will do anything to claim Claire's affections. Together, Sterling and Claire will fight them.

Some will fall. Some will hurt. And some will...

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2010
November 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
327
Pages
PUBLISHER
Melissa A. Smith
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
315.1
KB

Customer Reviews

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Surprisingly funny

This book had me laughing all the way through, Melissa's humor was refreshing and surprisingly funny. It left me giddy and happy. At times the mood was similar to a lot of YA romance books out there, which I wish it hadn't been the case. I tend to like books with a bit more conflict, and less predictable. But all in all, it was fun.

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