The Guardian

The Guardian A federal judge has been murdered There is only one witness and an assassin wants her dead U S Marshall Marcus O Malley thought he knew the risks of the assignment but he was wrong Introducing the O

  • Title: The Guardian
  • Author: Dee Henderson
  • ISBN: 9781414310572
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • A federal judge has been murdered There is only one witness, and an assassin wants her dead U.S Marshall Marcus O Malley thought he knew the risks of the assignment but he was wrong Introducing the O Malleys, an inspirational group of seven, all abandoned or orphaned as teens, who have made the choice to become a loyal and committed family They have chosen theirA federal judge has been murdered There is only one witness, and an assassin wants her dead U.S Marshall Marcus O Malley thought he knew the risks of the assignment but he was wrong Introducing the O Malleys, an inspirational group of seven, all abandoned or orphaned as teens, who have made the choice to become a loyal and committed family They have chosen their own surname, O Malley, and have stood by each other through moments of joy and heartache Their stories are told in CBA best selling, inspirational romantic suspense novels that rock your heart and restore strength and hope to your spirit.

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    About "Dee Henderson"

    1. Dee Henderson

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.Dee Henderson is the author of 14 best selling novels, including the acclaimed O Malley series and the Uncommon Heroes series As a leader in the inspirational romantic suspense category, her books have won or been nominated for several prestigious industry awards, including the RWA s RITA Award, the Christy Award, the ECPA Gold Medallion, the Holt Medallion, the National Readers Choice Award, and the Golden Quill Dee is a lifelong resident of Illinois and is active online.

    213 thoughts on “The Guardian”

    1. This book was good! Another great O'Malley story. Can I just say I love all the O'Malley's? Dee Henderson does a great job making each and every one of her characters unique and interesting. MC Marcus O'Malley was very easy for me to relate to. . .we share a lot of similar qualities, For him it is being a guardian for his family, and for me it is being a big sister and mother hen. I found myself relating very much to his struggle and I thought the spiritual wrestling that he and the other MC did [...]


    2. So far in all of this series, I find many examples of God dealing with individuals through His providence in dealing with lost people about their salvation. Also you also see God allowing adversity and other trials on Christians to get the weak Christians stronger in their trust on the Lord. This is a good book showing the steps to maturity among Christians by putting complete faith in God because God knows what He is doing. Even those who are lost in the story see how Christians react to the pr [...]


    3. A good book (like all her others). The things I like most about the books are the romance aspect, but more importantly, the fact that each of the siblings has a different issue about God to deal with and I find that Dee Henderson makes the issues real - I can definately relate to a number of the themes and have enjoyed all the books. The ability to make people aware of aspects which might be affecting their relationship with God as well as the solution and the reasoning for making the choice I f [...]


    4. Augh! Try to review a book on my tablet and it says I rated it 3 stars. Okay. . , it was definitely a five star book!I loved getting to learn more about Marcus, and Shari's story was so heartbreak. But the way she handled it, the way she leaned on God through it all was just so good. And of course her and Marcus just had the sweetest relationship ever!!And the sibling relationships! I adore this series! I love all the sibling interaction. It's just precious. :)


    5. I was seriously wondering if this book would EVER be done. I don’t like giving up on books, but this wasn’t anything like the 1st 2 in this series. Sherri wasn’t relatable at all, and the O’Malley’s fell in love with her by talking to her on the phone like twice? The beginning was good, good enough that it kept me reading, hoping that it would get good again. I don’t think it did. The ending was a HUGE let down. So much so, that I have the next 2 books in this series and debating on [...]


    6. I really enjoyed this one! Dee Henderson books are sometimes a little cheesy (the "hug time" thing with the pagers? really??) and predictable (I think all her books end with a marriage proposal/happily ever after), but I like her writing and her characters.


    7. This series is so cute! Not sure how much Christian Fiction I'd read before this but I'm loving it. When they want a cold drink, they drink a glass of milk, tea or soft drink :-) When they get angry, they pray to God, no one says bad words and its full of suspense and action! Yay I say! Cant wait to read book 3.


    8. It took me forever to read this book. I read the first few chapters and quickly got disgusted by Marcus and Shari's hitting on each other when they had just happened to meet by accident. So I set it aside for about a month until it got annoying. I can't stand starting a book and not finishing it. So I sat down and told myself I was going to read until it was done. For starters, I was really annoyed with all the kissing and flirting going on between these to mature, career-minded adults. It just [...]


    9. IL begin with saying I’m not Christian and I’m responsible for what I write, not for what you read. That been said, that part of the book was beyond annoying. In me defense I didn’t know it was Christian Fiction! I was book hunting in my favorite book store, read the synopsis in the back and loved it, that’s why I bought it. Don’t get me wrong, I have NOTHING against Christians, but I don’t understand why religion- ANY religion-seems to create division when God should do the opposite [...]


    10. Being the rather female chauvinist I am, as a general rule I prefer the O'Malley books centered around the sisters. Marcus is the one glowing exception. This book is one of the best.Although in actuality, the gender of the main O'Malley shouldn't matter much because of the book's format. They are told from the perspective of both the male and female lead. Maybe it's just that the women for Jack and Stephen aren't as dynamic of characters. Marcus's love interest Shari, however, is as cool as they [...]


    11. This series amazed me- all the storylines flow from each other so wonderfully and this was a great one!! At the beginning I didn't really care for the match of the characters but Dee really pulled me in and her use of suspense had me sitting at the edge of my seat waiting to see what happened. Marcus's journey back into Christianity and Shari's struggle with keeping her own faith was so relatable and the book really helped answer some amazingly tough questions about a God who would let horrible [...]


    12. I liked this book even better hen the first two. I love how Henderson can makes each sibling's journey to God different.



    13. A Judge is dead and there's a witness.Marcus O'Malley is used to protecting everyone. He's the Guardian and he's good at his job. But now things are shaken up. He can't protect everyone. Someone wants Shari dead because she witnessed the murder and his younger sister is dying. Plus, he can't seem to guard his heart either by the witness he swore to protect.This book was good. Appropriate for all ages.


    14. For some reason I remember these being better than they are I'll still give it a 4 instead of a 3 for sentimental reasons


    15. Another good book by Dee Henderson! I enjoyed the characters, and the story line. I am worried about some of the characters though Poor things.


    16. It was okay. The plot seemed way too similar to the first book in the series: (spoiler follows)Strong woman in difficult situation, struggles to stay strong, and is "rescued" by strong man, they fall in love and get married. Oh, and the unbeliever comes to faith. Also, how is it that everyone in these books is rich? Not just well-off, but 2nd home is a ranch in Montana rich? I'm having a harder & harder time suspending disbelief!


    17. A federal judge is murdered under the watch of US marshal, Marcus O'Malley. As he and his team investigate the shooting he meets Sheri. A close friend of the judge and who's father was also killed in the shooting, tas he protects her they begin to fall in love. They grow together as she teaches him about God's love and believing in prayer. This is a great book, especially people who love a good action book, and also a little romance as well. It has a great story about God's love and prayer in it [...]


    18. by Andrea Renee CoxThe Guardian was the first book I read in Dee Henderson’s The O’Malley Chronicles, even though it’s the second one in the series. I’ve been hooked ever since. How could I not be when it includes humor, core family values, Christianity, tough emotions and circumstances, and a host of characters that crawled into my heart? Not to mention the suspenseful plots that fuel each story.This particular novel features Marcus O’Malley, the guardian of the clan, who works for th [...]



    19. I really liked this book. Marcus was such a great character, and the story was pretty intense. I wasn't sure they were going to resolve it by the end. This is my second read in the O'Malley series and I look forward to continuing on. The story line is that a federal judge is killed on Marcus' watch, and Shari is the only witness to the shooting. While Marcus and his team search for the killer, Marcus ALSO has to keep Shari alive as she is being hunted before the trial begins. Without her testimo [...]


    20. At its heart, this book is about ones relationship with God through prayer. Yes, there is a love story, but its not deeply developed, and there is a bit of a mystery/thriller element - but don't read it for that quality (how the investigation occurs, you can tell it was written by one who doesn't spend much time in the criminal arena - I mean, why wouldn't the investigation check hotel cameras? And how do the US Marshall's, FBI and local police just work so well together?)Overall it is an enjoya [...]


    21. Like the previous books in this series it is very well written and has excellent character development and is fast paced with lots of suspense until the last page combined with realistic description of the relationships and solid Christian values – an exceptional reading experience.For the German review just go to: amazon/review/R3E7ZZV7


    22. I liked this book as a bit of escapism, but it really isn't very deep. It was a good story and the set up of the O'Mallys is creative, 7 adoptive siblings, each with his/her own unique problems to be dealt with. It just isn't my schtick. I found it too unrealistic in parts, and pretty predictable in others. Although I'm not unhappy that I read it, I most likely will not read the rest of the series.


    23. Fantastic! Didn't want to put this one down. I'm glad there are more books in this series, but I really didn't want this one to end. No wonder this one won a Christy Award. The author juggles each element of this story (romance, suspense, christianity) in equal and superb style. You should love this book if you are a fan of any of these elements, but I loved them all. Only problem, I want more of Marcus and Shari!


    24. I love this series. I like the Christian background, the feel of God used by the Author. The ties within the family are also one of the most important parts of the books. She has a gift for drawing you in, and making you feel like you are part of the story. Recommend this series for adult readers. Am using same review for all books.


    25. I love how Dee Henderson writes this series. She does a great job introducing the character that will be featured in the next book so that you're prepped and ready to fall in love with him or her as you read their story. It's not easy to do that, but she's a master! Another great re-read!




    26. Much like the Alaskan Courage series by Dani Pettrey, the O'Malley series flows from one book to the next. Each book continues an overarching storyline, one character at a time. And each book introduces the next character to be focused on. The Guardian is Marcus O'Malley. The leader of the family, he carries the weight of the world on his shoulders. He's also a U.S. Marshal - a profession I didn't even know existed. We got to know Marcus better than we did Kate, which I was glad about. The conti [...]


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