Review – Guardian Spirits

Posted May 30, 2022 by Nicky in Reviews / 0 Comments

Cover of Guardian Spirits by Jordan L. HawkGuardian Spirits, Jordan L. Hawk

Guardian Spirits wraps up the plot arc from the first two books beautifully, answering questions from both books and bringing our protagonists to a good place in the process. Of course, given the context, it involves dragging them through a bad place first — though this is primarily due to the outside circumstances, rather than the relationship between them. After finally communicating with each other in the second book, Henry and Vincent are ready to be supportive of each other, and to face pressure without crumbling.

We get a couple of new characters, including a love interest for Lizzie, which is cool. I find myself longing for more of Jo, though!

While I figured things out before the characters did, their blindnesses made sense and didn’t feel frustrating… and like Jordan L. Hawk often has characters communicating badly, with crises leaning on misunderstandings, that was much less the case here. (It’s a pet dislike of mine.) So that was nice too.

Overall, enjoyable end to a trilogy, or a stepping-off point for a longer series. I don’t know if Hawk is planning to write more or not, but if not, I’m okay with that.

Rating: 4/5

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