I needed the refreshing which comes with a superb Spirit-filled action-adventure romance. For the 3rd time, Guy’s 6-book series does that wonderfully well. Even the third time through, the stories gripped me. The romances are intense, lusty, and compelling. The action is thrilling and exciting. These are excellent tales.
Spirit-filled fiction is exceedingly rare
In my opinion, Guy’s stories are the best in the field. He has 21 books out in a very short period of time. He is learning to write as well as he tells stories. My prayer is that he succeeds beyond his wildest expectations.
The Agents for Good series tells the story of a strongly believing, semi-secret group of men and women working for the Lord to help those in dire straits. Their benefactor is Elon. Here’s the blurb for the final book in the series about Elon and Maria:
He’d saved her. He wanted her. He resisted her. He came to love her. Could it really be true that he no longer had to charter his journey alone through time?
The Agency for Good has been closed down and Maria is without a job and without a purpose. Adrift in life’s journey once again, until she is presented with a choice that will require her to surrender everything. Would it not be better to go on alone than be at the mercy of a man stretched out beyond natural time? It’s a hard choice, because of her past and the mysteries it holds—but what is life without a God given purpose? She’s survived through too much to throw it all away now. The choice she makes becomes her destiny. There is a world of the spirit realm that she never knew existed and her guide into it is a man born over three thousand years before that has never ceased from being faithful to his calling or from doing good.
But the earlier books are about the warriors and their spouses. And they are amazingly complex, damaged, forgiven, humble powerhouses for the Lord.
A spirit-filled action-adventure romance award of excellence
This is the least these tales deserve
It’s hard to put into words how good these books are without spoiling the fun. These are lusty, edgy books with powerful warriors [male and female, any race you can imagine] fighting evil in our world.
The reality of walking in the Holy Spirit is inspiring. the love expressed is humbling. The spiritual growth of the heroes and heroines is realistically portrayed.
I usually end reading one of these books in praise to the Lord who loves us so well.
You are missing something good if you do not read them.
If you give them to your children, read them first. These books are clean, but very realistic. Gritty is not the right word, nor is edgy. But there is a spiritual realism which goes far beyond what is seen in most churches today. This is the real deal, in heroic terms. Spirit-filled action-adventure romance does not get any better than this (except for the Warrior Kind series—also by Guy).