Orion: The Guardian League – Book 5

Book Cover: Orion: The Guardian League - Book 5
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 16.99
ISBN: 9781794430068
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 241
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Pages: 241
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Pages: 241
From International Best-Selling Author T.K. Lawyer


Why did life have to be so difficult at times?

Zoe never imagined she would find herself having to choose between two men—or should she say angels. As exciting as that sounds, the need to make a decision is tearing her apart. Does she choose the irresistible one who ignites her body with his passionate kisses, or the wild, untamed one?

Orion found his fated mate the second he saw her in the reflecting pool. He knows that Zoe wants him—but, he isn’t the only one that she wants. His nemesis, Mercury, is her co-guardian and is vying for her attention. Mercury is a rebel—wild and untamed. As co-guardian to Zoe, he feels the need to protect the sexy human woman he has been assigned to. The trouble is he wants more, but he isn’t the only one.

Zoe wants both men, but not all angels will share. Torn between the two angels, she must choose only one. Who will capture her heart—and will the other accept her decision as final?


Zoe placed her hand on his arm with a smile. She felt the hidden strength of tight muscles beneath his grey and white striped shirt. “Walking is fine. It’s a nice night.”

“Yes, it is,” Orion agreed, leading them across the street and in through the double doors of the standalone coffee shop. After heading to the counter, they retrieved their drinks and settled for a table in the corner by a window.

“This is really nice,” Zoe said, placing her drink on the round wooden table. “Oh, thank you,” she added, dropping down onto the seat Orion swept out for her. Zoe glanced outside briefly, admiring the night sky before returning her attention to Orion.

They started the conversation with a bit of background history, sharing how long they’d been in the area, and other small talk when Orion interjected: “It was fortunate we met, specifically since you said you were on a date with a gentleman caller.”


Zoe smirked. “Oh, you mean the guy I was with. Yeah.”

“I take it things didn’t go well,” Orion said. They looked at each other in the brief silence. “I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to pry.”

“Oh no. That’s okay. It didn’t.” Zoe paused for a moment, contemplating if she should say what was on her mind. She decided to be bold and speak up. “I know this is going to sound like a pick up line, but I have to know. What’s a handsome man like you doing single, or are you, really?”



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