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  • Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: BERKLEY - US; Original edition (2 July 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425224503
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425224502
  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 2.2 x 17.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 692,458 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Book worm on 29 Oct 2014
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4 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Deborah Booker on 7 Aug 2009
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enjoyed this book immensley and will go on to order more of angela knight's books. She gets he story just right and very enjoyable. I love all kinds of paranormal romances and especially vampire books.
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Guardian by Angela Knight 15 May 2009
By jjmachshev - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
"Guardian" is a wonderful addition to Angela Knight's 'Time Hunters' series which began with "Jane's Warlord". I can't tell you how many times I've read the the first few books in this series. I love the way Ms. Knight writes her heroes and heroines and this stuff is pure fantasy with the added bonus of really, really hot sex!

Riane is the daughter of the couple from "Jane's Warlord". She's had to deal with the prejudice of being neither aristocrat nor a bioengineered warfem like her father. She's happy working as a Temporal Enforcer -- preventing time travel crimes and chasing down those who manage to commit them if they aren't prevented. When she's offered the chance to go after the traitor who tried to kill her parents, she's ready to rock! But her suit malfunctions and strands her in the 21st century --with her enemy waiting...and a man who is either her savior or another traitorous Xeran.

Nick's been an orphan since the age of fourteen when his mother was apparently killed by the creatures the two of them had run from as long as he could remember. He didn't see his mother die. However, as soon as the green armband she'd always worn appeared magically on his arm, he just 'knew' she was gone. The glowing armband has saved his life more times than he can count as he's still on the run from the creatures. The armband somehow gives him access to enhanced knowledge and powers; so he's used these abilities to save innocent lives and stay one step ahead of the bad guys. Then one night, his armband leads him to HER. It's the grown-up version of the girl he 'saw' in a vision years ago. But how can he say that to her...she'll think he's nuts! Of course, the best thing to do would be to help her escape the creature trying to kill her before he tries to explain anything!

When I read Angela Knight, I can almost picture myself in her books. Her characters become friends I remember long after I finish their books and I'm always happy when 'old' friends get a scene (or more!) in later stories. While her characters don't waste much time before getting to the 'good stuff', there's always a plot reason for it that makes sense to me--not just sex for shock value. The plots are engaging; with enough twists, turns, and flips to ensure I can't get complacent since I can't predict where she'll head next.

I appreciate the fact that Ms. Knight doesn't overwhelm me with science, even though these stories have scenes in the far future. She gives me enough information to understand the technology used, without resorting to 'rocket science' I wouldn't understand. I'm not a scientist...and I honestly don't want to become one, so scientific jargon just jars me.

When I figured out who Raine's parents were, I was worried Angela Knight was going to end this series I enjoy so much. No worries, though; towards the end of the book it becomes obvious there's more stories to come set in this fascinating world. 'The Time Hunters' series is a cool mix of mystery, fantasy, science fiction, suspense, and really hot sex. It should come as no surprise that all these books sit on my keeper shelf -- "Guardian" is the latest to join the group and the only downside to having read it is that now I know I'll have to wait impatiently for the next one.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Time Hunters Series 13 May 2009
By Elaine C McTyer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Knight has the ability to reach out and drag you into any universe she imagines. This is a sequel to WARRIOR and it is stand alone good. I hope the next one is as good as this one.

Nick Wyatt is alone, he is really alone since he has powers that place him apart from the rest of humanity. He has spent the last 16 yrs since the death of his mother, saving lives and dispensing justice to those who are able to escape the law. On his 14th birthday his mother is murdered by the aliens they have been running from all his life. He also saves the life of a young girl who has been kidnaped. He lets her wolf know where she is so he can lead her father to her.

Riane Arvid is 12 when she is kidnaped by a Xeran, as he starts to torture her, she is rescued by her father. Now 16 yrs later she is a member of the Enforcers. Those dedicated to preventing criminal time travelers from distorting the time lines.

In the year 2009 a group of Xeran's trap her in time and she is rescued by Nick. She doesn't know who he is but his unusual powers make her think that he is another time traveler. Nick is fasinated by a woman who is almost as powerful as he is. Both are attracted to the other and the romance is hot.

They must find a way back to the future and there is a mole in the Enforcers. Suddenly the facts are pointing to the woman who dated the last mole they uncovered. The future is just as hot as the past and so many secrets are about to be uncovered.

I loved it. Great reading.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Reviewed by Wild on Books! 3 May 2009
By Natalie S - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Nick Wyatt has been on the run his entire life. His mother and he barely stayed one step ahead of the people hunting them. When the horrific happens and Nick's mother is killed, he is left alone to grow up not knowing why he is being hunted by a race of killers called the Xerans. Nick thinks he is a human - he doesn't realize that he is half Xeran. Nick's Xeran half is what has given him almost superhero powers - he is quick to heal and extraordinarily strong. What he has in his possession, however, is the reason he is a target - Nick has an artifact that the Xerans want and they will continue to hunt him down until they find it.

Riane Arvid and her canine helper Frieka live in the future. Riane is a police officer and a member of the Temporal Enforcement Agency. She and her fellow officers have been given a lead on the traitor they are after and so she and Frieka, after being given their duties, begin their journey to find Ivar Terje. The minute she leaves the regeneration tube, she realizes that her T-suit has been messed with and unable to stop, Riane time travels through time and space until she finally lands in 2009, in the state of South Carolina. Sick and without power, Riane is almost helpless. It's a good thing that Nick Wyatt arrives when he does; he saves Riane from being food for the cyborg, Ivar Terje.

I don't know how she does it but every single time I read an Angela Knight release, I am spellbound and in awe at her ability to take a world, make it realistic, and then pull me into that same world so completely that I do not want to leave. GUARDIAN is such a book. From scene one until the end, I couldn't read fast enough to find out what was going to happen. I winced, I smiled, and I got a bit emotional when finding out about Riane's childhood as well as reliving Nick's. The chemistry and sexual tension between these two endearing and strong characters is smoldering hot and erotic. The fight scenes are dynamic and well, basically, there was nothing I didn't like.

GUARDIAN is the second book of Angela Knight's The Time Hunters series. As such I highly recommend reading book one, WARRIOR, but if that isn't possible, GUARDIAN works very well as a stand-alone. Just be aware that GUARDIAN starts off after WARRIOR ends. Don't miss this heady and futuristic novel, it is awesome!

***Natalie S.***
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good read, lots of action, great characters 7 Jun 2009
By Cynthia A. Frazer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Good read, lots of action, great characters [including Frieka the computer enhanced wolf, a personal favorite], suspenseful plot - and the saved the villain to make the sequel in the best Hollywood tradition! Book 2 of the Time Hunters, it follows VERY closely on the end of Warrior and the story arc started their is continued. Order is important with this series.

Time Hunters
1. Warrior (2008)
2. Guardian (2009)

FYI, Guardian's heroine is the child of the hero/heroine in Jane's Warlord. Frieka was introduced here also.
The Time Hunters 10 Jun 2009
By Neker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I really enjoy this series, so it's a disappointment that there is such a long wait between books. In this continuation of Knight's futuristic world of time travelers, Riane's time traveling suit is sabotage and she is transported through several jumps until she ends up in 2009 with a drained damaged suit. It doesn't take her long to meet up with the extraordinary Nick Wyatt (a modern hero)who is definitely special in his own way.

I thought the romance between the two was very hot. Yet, I thought there was not very much story development as far as the series goes. Granted, there was a traitor they had to find and the Xerans were chasing Nick, but other than that there was not much growth. But, hey, Nick's character was HOT! so that made up for quite a bit.
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