'The Guardian' paints a beautiful portrait of love and forgiveness, both the love of guardian angels for their charges and the love of God for all of his creations. Tabris is a guardian angel convicted of the ultimate crime, of breaking the only written rule of a guardian angel, the murder of their charge. The other celestials expect God's swift justice, but Tabris is given another chance, another child to guard alongside her given guardian.
The style of the writing grabs and rivets. Every word is filled with emotion, not a sentence is wasted, and details are only revealed when they will make the most impact on the reader. And they do impact...tremendously. The story runs far deeper than a simple crime or mistake. Every character is beautifully developed, especially the dark Tabris and the bright angel Rachmiel.
Anyone with the slightest interest in angels will instantly be drawn into the story. Be sure you have plenty of free time before you pick up the book because you won't be putting it down until the last page is turned.