Synopsis: A prominent art restorer, Felicity is more than game to help a friend track down an obscure statue in Montreal. But when “Fil” finds it, she’s taken by surprise at how drawn she is to this statue. Attracted to it in a way a girl shouldn’t lust for a stone gargoyle, she revists it at night, longing to feel its embrace. Little does Fil know, her desire for this stone cold beast is about to heat up a notch.
Locked in stone for centuries, Spar has slept, waiting for when a human would need him. When he is awoken, Spar is taken aback to find that a human female needs his help. A very sexy woman who’s about to be the victim of a cultist attack. Saving and leaving her should be no problem. But as more questions arise, Spar knows that he cannot rest until Fil is safe in his arms
Review: The second book is enjoyable, though it missed some of the great liners that book one had. It was still cute and enjoyable, but I didn’t find myself highlighting a lot for a quote tastic post or a favorite quote section of this review. I liked Spar, but he really was a bit too thick headed and didn’t realize that he had to spell out a few things for the uneducated Felicity (in the ways of the Guardians) about what it truly meant to claim a mate. If he had, I think it would have saved him so much stress over whether she loved him and she would have stopped dreading the day he would have to leave her. Overall, the conflict was good, but not as good as in book one. The plot and love story were entertaining, but as as entertaining as book one. But it was good enough for me to pick up book three and see how Wynn does with her own guardian.