The Guardian by Robbie Cheuvront and Erik Reed
Anna Riley finds out that she has an unexpected job- and a grandfather she thought long dead. Anna's family are the long time guardians of a historical and spiritually significant secret. As Anna learns more about her role, she finds out how dangerous this commission really is.
I'm a little torn about this one. One the one hand, after a rough and disjointed beginning, the pace was quick and the story line moved along well. I was interested enough to want to read quickly and discover what was happening. On the other hand, the book was rather choppy and disjointed - especially at the start. I wanted to give up quite a few times. I was also very put off by the very unbelievable and totally unbiblical unfolding of this "guardian" role and its significance.
If you're reading from a strictly adventure/excitement perspective, you may appreciate this read. But, if you want any clarity or depth or if you expect some level of Biblical accuracy in a "Christian" novel, you will probably be disappointed.
I received a free copy of this book for review purposes from NetGalley. All opinions expressed are always entirely my own.