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Guardians (Book 3 of the Seers Trilogy)

by Heather Frost

Series: Seers (3)

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After escaping the Demon Lord, Kate Bennett wants to try and live a normal life. That doesn't seem likely though. The Demon Lord wants Kate. He wants her bad enough to put out a bounty on her head. Kate's not ready to share this news with the world though. Meanwhile, Kate's boyfriend and Guardian Patrick is harboring some secrets of his own. When all these things collide, things seem even more dire than they did. Kate and Patrick will learn that playing with the past and future can have unexpected consequences, and their love will be put to the ultimate test.

I was excited to read this book, especially after the ending of Demons. Things looked pretty dark, and they don't really pick up that much in Guardians. I guess it's hard to be cheery when the Demon Lord is after you. Kate and Patrick do their bests. It's hard to write a review like this without getting into spoiler territory, and I definitely want to avoid that. There were some things that I kind of saw coming (one major point in particular), but there were several things that surprised me quite a bit. Kate managed to be so strong in times that I thought she would have fallen apart. It was nice to see how much she has grown through the series. Patrick had changed some as well, so it was interesting to reflect on this. Lee and Toni are very much the same two loyal sidekicks they have been, but even they manage to switch things up in the end.

The did a great job of keeping the tension going without things getting too intense. The ending was not quite what I expected, but it entertained me for sure. While this book is readable as a stand-alone, it will make much more sense (and probably have more impact) if you've read the first two books. If you haven't read them, why not? Go check them out, then get ready for this one. It will get you excited and scared (but not too much so), and you won't want to put it down until you get to the end.

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After witnessing her grandfather's murder by a demon, Kate struggles even more to appear normal in her high school life when the powers of evil seem to be too much for her Guardian and Seer friends.

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