Forever By Gillian Joy (Guardian #2)
Book two in the Guardian series.
Hannah’s life has never been easy, despite her strong willed determination and her extra “gifts”, it's still always been hard work keeping an entire world full of the supernatural under control, but having achieved a small semblance of control over most of the custas, Hannah was hoping to be able to slip back into her life of normalcy. Wishful thinking when you're the guardian of all supernatural.
With all the issues she’d had to endure in her past, she'd never had to worry about the mermaids before, so why would they choose now to suddenly start haunting her dreams and her life. Then there are the fairies to contend with as well, just when she manages to get one aspect of the crudelitas under control, the others decide it’s time to start causing problems.
All Hannah wants is some quiet family time and a chance to reflect on her feelings for Gabriel but instead she's thrown back into the thick of the supernatural world, and this time it threatens to invade the quiet family life she has worked so hard to establish. There's no running away this time, she has to front the challenges head on, but forever can be a long time if you can't be with the one you love.
I received this book from the author to give an honest review.
I honestly would give this book more than 5 stars, because it truly deserves it as far as the story line goes. The only problem I had with it was at times there were miss spelled words, and grammar mistakes.
Amazing, I loved book 1 Guardian and then I started Forever and I was just like wow. Neither one of these books disappointed me. In Forever questions were answered, and surprises were revealed. I caught myself going WHAT no way how did I not put two and two together. The story flows perfectly from the Guardian and it does not miss a beat. Gillian Joy I do hope you write a third book because I truly enjoyed reading your books. The stories are amazing, everything flows together, the characters are likable. This is one fan that is truly wanting more of Hannah, Gabriel, Jesse even though he seems a bit cocky at times, Sam, Bernard and the whole rest of the gang. I want to know what happens in the future, and what happens between Hannah and Gabriel. This is another book that I highly recommend and 5 stars does not do it justice.