Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Review: Keeper of the Peace

Keeper of the Peace Keeper of the Peace by Jennifer Malone Wright
My rating: 3 of 5 stars


The love of her life left her long ago, shattering her heart into a million pieces. It’s taken Hannah almost twelve years to push away the hurt and move on with life. That is, until the death of a Reaper brings Detective David Foster back to town and their paths cross once again.

With more and more of the soul-eating Reapers passing through town in search of the Chosen One, who happens to be her sister Lucy, the Estmond family has been busy enough. Now, they rally together in hopes of keeping Hannah out of prison.

With all the trouble lately, being a Keeper, a protector of souls, has never been more difficult for Hannah. Will she forgive David and rekindle their relationship? More importantly, will he find out she is the one responsible for the murder he is investigating?

Sparks fly in more ways than one in the second installment of the Graveyard Guardians.  

My Thoughts: 

This book was ok. My issue was with how little the book actually focused on the keepers and reapers. There was some but the focus seemed to be on Hannah & David's relationship and sex a lot more. The series makes it seem like the focus should be more on keepers and reapers and a bit less on the romance. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind the romance but I would like to know more about the Graveyard guardians and their trials. Also, I think the characters could use a bit more development.

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