Heart Bandit

Rosalie Redd
Heart Bandit
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Publisher
Rosalie Redd
Release Date
January 2020
ISBN
9781944419240
Series
Book 1 of Gargoyle Night Guardians
Genre
Paranormal Romance

SUMMARY
When a feisty human steals a gargoyle's spirit-stone, all bets are off…

Beaumont prides himself on his stellar fae kill record, but his life is upended when a feisty, human female challenges him to seduce her and steals his spirit-embedded stone. He's on a quest to save his soul, yet this woman makes him harder than a rock, and for a guy who spends his days encased in granite, that's saying something.

Crafty and swift, Sadie learned to pickpocket from the best mentor ever—need. After she runs across a tall, sexy gargoyle and steals his most valuable possession, she's up against more than can she handle. As he hunts her down to retrieve his precious stone, he stirs a passion she didn't know existed…and can't resist.

Gargoyle Night Guardians protect human souls from the evil clutches of dark fae. Be careful, though, gargoyles aren't your average hero for within each guardian rests a questionable soul, one ripe for redemption and eager to become worthy of what we all crave—love.

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Jan 20, 2020   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
21 people found the following review helpful
HEART BANDIT is the first book in the Gargoyle Night Guardians series, and we start off with Beaumont, who has been a Gargoyle for over 800 years. We find a new world of evil fae, the Critch, dubious souls, and an unwillingness to give in. Sadie does what she has to, to survive and plan for her longterm goal of getting her GED. If this includes pickpocketing, then so be it. However, all things change when she takes Beaumont's spark stone.

Rosalie Redd has created a world of interest, with strong alpha males and feisty females to keep them on their toes. There is no "insta-bond" between our two main characters, just good, old-fashioned lust and interest. There are plenty more characters I can't wait to hear about, not limited to Drake, the leader of the Chicago Gargoyles who you don't actually see much of.

The world-building is wonderful, the characters come alive, and the pacing is smooth. All in all, this has been a great read and I can't wait to continue with the series. After all, I'm really hoping for Drake!
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