Rocked by Love
Book 4, Gargoyles Series - A Beauty and Beast Novel
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New York Times bestselling author Christine Warren returns with the fourth book in her sizzling Gargoyles series, where a powerful but isolated monster must save an enigmatic woman from certain destruction.
Kylie Kramer knows that she’s putting her life in danger when she decides to investigate her friend’s mysterious death. What she doesn’t know is that she’s being watched over by a powerful protector.
She is watched by a legend in stone who has defended humanity throughout the ages. A rock-hard savior who swoops down from the sky, scoops Kylie into his impossibly strong arms, and draws her into a world that no mortal woman can imagine…or resist.
As the strongest of the gargoyles, Dag is sworn to destroy the demons that threaten Kylie’s world before returning to his stony slumber. But the burning desire she ignites in him is even harder to fight—an all-consuming force that, once unleashed, can never be tamed. When the ultimate battle begins, Dag and Kylie must face some demons of their own—to carve out a love that’s stronger than time…
Soars with fun, witty characters and nonstop action.” ?Publishers Weekly on Stone Cold Lover
Don't miss the other books in the Gargoyle series:
Book #1: Heart of Stone
Book #2: Stone Cold Lover
Book #3: Hard as a Rock
Book #5: Hard to Handle
From Publishers Weekly
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Stone cold boring
I'm a fast reader and this took me weeks to read, not because it was difficult but because it was absolutely boring. The author followed a recipe - snarky female, grumpy male, hilarity ensues...or does it? It was trite and tired and not a bit funny. Predictable action and dialogue. The "big event" was just stupid and the main female made it worse by the dumbest unnecessary (wait, maybe it was to fill out the ending so it wasn't so rushed - either way still awful) dull inner monologue since another boring author went on and on about an "inner goddess". Most books make me eager to read them and find out what happened, in this book I couldn't be bothered to care nor was I eager to find out. I forced myself to finish because I'm not a quitter, but there were a lot of skipped sentences and mental "blah-blah-blahs" to make it to the end.