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How was he supposed to know that the real-life chairman looked like an actor playing one on TV? When bodyguard Tang Jun-young saves his clients, a world-famous K-pop boyband, from being kidnapped by stopping the getaway van with his own body, he's worried that his secret—well, one of them—will be out in the open. Fortunately, everyone's focus is on the idols, and nobody loo How was he supposed to know that the real-life chairman looked like an actor playing one on TV? When bodyguard Tang Jun-young saves his clients, a world-famous K-pop boyband, from being kidnapped by stopping the getaway van with his own body, he's worried that his secret—well, one of them—will be out in the open. Fortunately, everyone's focus is on the idols, and nobody looks at him too closely—or so he thinks. Kyo Seung-hyun, the new chairman of the Kyo Group, is looking for a trusted confidant while working on his eccentric playboy billionaire image (he's got the “eccentric” part down cold). When he meets Jun-young, he knows he’s found his man—in more ways than one. Jun-young is too honest for his own good, more intelligent than he lets on, and too attractive for Seung-hyun's peace of mind. The superpowers are a bonus, really. When Seung-hyun tries to correct his deceased father's past misdeeds, the corruption the two of them unearth is the kind many would prefer to be kept quiet. Jun-young would do anything to keep Seung-hyun safe, but this situation might be more than even he can handle. Author's note: Slow burn. Sweet romance. Idiots in love. Mutual pining. MARVEL and Connie Willis references. Corruption. The occasional cat. Happily Ever After. *This novel is a revised, extended version of a novella using the same name and cover*


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How was he supposed to know that the real-life chairman looked like an actor playing one on TV? When bodyguard Tang Jun-young saves his clients, a world-famous K-pop boyband, from being kidnapped by stopping the getaway van with his own body, he's worried that his secret—well, one of them—will be out in the open. Fortunately, everyone's focus is on the idols, and nobody loo How was he supposed to know that the real-life chairman looked like an actor playing one on TV? When bodyguard Tang Jun-young saves his clients, a world-famous K-pop boyband, from being kidnapped by stopping the getaway van with his own body, he's worried that his secret—well, one of them—will be out in the open. Fortunately, everyone's focus is on the idols, and nobody looks at him too closely—or so he thinks. Kyo Seung-hyun, the new chairman of the Kyo Group, is looking for a trusted confidant while working on his eccentric playboy billionaire image (he's got the “eccentric” part down cold). When he meets Jun-young, he knows he’s found his man—in more ways than one. Jun-young is too honest for his own good, more intelligent than he lets on, and too attractive for Seung-hyun's peace of mind. The superpowers are a bonus, really. When Seung-hyun tries to correct his deceased father's past misdeeds, the corruption the two of them unearth is the kind many would prefer to be kept quiet. Jun-young would do anything to keep Seung-hyun safe, but this situation might be more than even he can handle. Author's note: Slow burn. Sweet romance. Idiots in love. Mutual pining. MARVEL and Connie Willis references. Corruption. The occasional cat. Happily Ever After. *This novel is a revised, extended version of a novella using the same name and cover*

30 review for Bodyguard

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    3.5 stars Jun young was employed by Seong Hyun as his personal bodyguard. Seong Hyun was taking his position as the new CEO of Kyo group due to his fathers death. He was not welcomed by the board because of his young age, his sexuality and western education. Due to his intention to revamp the board and his curious personality, he got himself into quite a number of trouble. Generally I did enjoy the plot but there are some elements that I really would prefer to have done without and I couldn’t say 3.5 stars Jun young was employed by Seong Hyun as his personal bodyguard. Seong Hyun was taking his position as the new CEO of Kyo group due to his fathers death. He was not welcomed by the board because of his young age, his sexuality and western education. Due to his intention to revamp the board and his curious personality, he got himself into quite a number of trouble. Generally I did enjoy the plot but there are some elements that I really would prefer to have done without and I couldn’t say it here without spoiling. These elements weren’t the main focus so it didn’t discount my enjoyment much. The bodyguard theme really does add on to the superhero kind of vibe of the story. There’s no explicit portrayal of intimacy (not even kissing) so i would recommend to young adults who are looking for some sweet and fluffy romance.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Noel A-W

    A billionaire and a bodyguard and a very unprofessional relationship! CEO Kyo Seung-hyun is filthy rich, with a sense of humour, wants to root out corruption and dishonour, and win the heart of his bodyguard. He makes himself a target by trying to expose major corruption in Korea, and it all gets a bit intense. The bodyguard (Tang Jun-young) has unusual talents, and there could be an astonishing backstory to him. Jun-young struggles to keep his new employer safe, and fails to notice how hard they A billionaire and a bodyguard and a very unprofessional relationship! CEO Kyo Seung-hyun is filthy rich, with a sense of humour, wants to root out corruption and dishonour, and win the heart of his bodyguard. He makes himself a target by trying to expose major corruption in Korea, and it all gets a bit intense. The bodyguard (Tang Jun-young) has unusual talents, and there could be an astonishing backstory to him. Jun-young struggles to keep his new employer safe, and fails to notice how hard they’ve fallen for each other. All comes good in the end. Could time travel be real? Fun read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kasper

    Cute!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    A Dynamic Duo, political corruption, hit men, intrigue, social scandal, and heroic fistfights. . . No, this isn't Batman. (Seung-hyun prefers Marvel all the way!) And this isn't a book about a Kpop band and their bodyguard. It is so much better! Jun-young is a realist, despite having physical abilities far beyond what a "normal" human could do. . . like be run over by a speeding van with barely a concussion to show for it. He does his job, pays his bills, and tries to live on the down-low. He'd r A Dynamic Duo, political corruption, hit men, intrigue, social scandal, and heroic fistfights. . . No, this isn't Batman. (Seung-hyun prefers Marvel all the way!) And this isn't a book about a Kpop band and their bodyguard. It is so much better! Jun-young is a realist, despite having physical abilities far beyond what a "normal" human could do. . . like be run over by a speeding van with barely a concussion to show for it. He does his job, pays his bills, and tries to live on the down-low. He'd rather be a good bodyguard because of his wits and prevention tactics than having to bail clients out of life-or-death situations with his unusual gifts. It's one of the things that makes him relatable and believable as a character. He's pragmatic, methodical, and loves his baby niece. He's a person, not just a cliche super-hero. (Tragic or otherwise.) On the other hand, Seung-hyun is the new chairman of a huge, multi-billion dollar, international conglomerate - and he has no one watching his back. He's isolated in his own company. He's spent the last several years going to university and working in the United States. Now that he has inherited his position from his estranged and recently deceased father, his very traditional-minded South Korean Board of Directors hates and wants nothing to do with him. The feeling is very mutual. But he has seen what Jun-young can do - pieced together some of the professional bodyguard's secrets - and wants to hire him to protect his life. He also really needs a friend he can talk to and count on. The banter between the two leads is snarky, clever, and full of pop culture references that Jun-young frequently doesn't understand. The comedy of their conversations frequently had me laughing out loud. They come from entirely different backgrounds, and the learning curve as they get to know one another is authentic. Sometimes missteps are made, but they always try to learn from their mistakes. Seung-hyun can be impulsive and overconfident. Jun-young likes everything to be double-checked and to remain in the shadow of his client. They will both need to use their talents and resources together once a chivalrous act leads them to uncovering a huge scandal-in-the-making in the South Korean government. The pacing is fast without feeling rushed and the action scenes were written so I could clearly envision each move in my mind. The settings are beautifully described and fit the story well. You can tell the author has either had experience with or done extensive research on every location and country the characters find themselves in. The hints and nods to time travel are also cleverly done. While this story is a romance, the leads are not two twitterpated and doe-eyed idiots stupified by ineffectual pining for one another. Yes, their brains require a hard reboot or two as the reality of their feelings come online, but they keep moving forward with their lives - and try not to be killed in the process. It also has a marvelous Agatha Christie-esque reveal in the end that is not to be missed! *I received an eARC for free. This review is my own thoughts and is completely voluntary.*

  5. 4 out of 5

    Graculus

    I picked this book up on spec, not really expecting much but slightly intrigued by the blurb, especially as I've been mainlining c- and k-drama for the past 18 months or so. As a result, the prospect of a m/m novella with what seemed like a k-drama plotline seemed like a reasonably safe bet for something I'd enjoy reading. After all, what's 134 pages between friends? Anyway, on to the book itself. It's a bit of a mess, to be perfectly honest. Somewhere in there, among the messy plotting and sligh I picked this book up on spec, not really expecting much but slightly intrigued by the blurb, especially as I've been mainlining c- and k-drama for the past 18 months or so. As a result, the prospect of a m/m novella with what seemed like a k-drama plotline seemed like a reasonably safe bet for something I'd enjoy reading. After all, what's 134 pages between friends? Anyway, on to the book itself. It's a bit of a mess, to be perfectly honest. Somewhere in there, among the messy plotting and slightly unconvincing romantic arc, are a couple of interesting stories trying to get out but trapped by an over-ambitious writer, perhaps? The basic premise is that it's a bodyguard romance, with our point of view protagonist saving a boyband from kidnapping and finding himself signed up to protect the chairman of the company they work for. So far, so good - I haven't read much contemporary m/m and this seemed like a reasonable premise, as long as it takes into account things like the immediate power imbalance. Tacked onto this, however, is a weird superpowers/time travel plot which seemed to be plonked in partly because of the author's slight obsession with Connie Willis books. Our bodyguard is from the future (?) and was left in modern day Seoul as a child even though (because?) he has superpowers -at one point, late on, there's a time travel deus ex machina to rescue the two of them from impending doom and my eyes started glazing over. I would have forgiven this if the romantic arc had been more compelling. Okay, our hero is a bit of an unreliable narrator at times but there's minimal development of his relationship with his boss/love interest. Then, at the end, there's suddenly a one year later epilogue and they're talking about getting married (though not in Korea of course because it's not legal there)? Except, to be honest, it might as well have not been set in Korea given how little sense of place there was from the writing. In a sentence? Lots of promise but little of it delivered, very disappointing. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley. I'm leaving an honest review on a voluntary basis.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Warring Wings

    The stars tend to fluctuate depending on what I focus on, so I plonked down at an average. I read the novella late last year and enjoyed it quite a lot. Especially for such a short read. So I was quite excited to get to read an extended version it. And in many ways, it made the story a lot better. The pacing was much smoother because we had a bit more time to spend with the characters and got more of their interactions. The writing was also much better - the fanfiction style in the novella of it w The stars tend to fluctuate depending on what I focus on, so I plonked down at an average. I read the novella late last year and enjoyed it quite a lot. Especially for such a short read. So I was quite excited to get to read an extended version it. And in many ways, it made the story a lot better. The pacing was much smoother because we had a bit more time to spend with the characters and got more of their interactions. The writing was also much better - the fanfiction style in the novella of it was a bit jarring for me because I don't tend to spend much time with them - and while it is still simple here, it has migrated to the edge of the fanfic territory, if you get what I mean? As for the science-fiction(?) part of it, of course it was given more time and better explained. Again, Sci-Fi tropes in Contemporary/Romance settings is not something I read a lot of, but on the other hand, I do watch a lot of KDramas. 😂 So this appealed more to that part of me rather than to strictly the reader part of me. On the other hand, the differences were kinda underwhelming. Yes, better than the novella, but if asked, I wouldn't recommend people to read them both. And, as with many of my romances (as few as those are😅), I always get bummed when the transition from having a crush to saying 'I love you' to them is super fast. I got a little bit of that here too. Overall, it was a fun read and of course, it went super quick too. For a Kdrama fan, I'd say, if you wanted 'Do Bong Soon' in words, but gay and more 'dirty money' rather than raging psychopaths, definitely go for it! * Thanks to the author for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review!*

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    This book was adorable! I really enjoyed this read, it was light, fun, geeky and intriguing. It took me a chapter to get use to Dassy’s abrupt writing style and how quickly there would be a time jump within a chapter but I didn’t take me long to fall in love with the main characters, Jun-young and Seung-hyun. Jun-young is a bodyguard with an unknown past and heightened abilities who secretly falls for CEO or Chairman of the biggest company in South Korea, Seung-hyun. I felt their relationship dev This book was adorable! I really enjoyed this read, it was light, fun, geeky and intriguing. It took me a chapter to get use to Dassy’s abrupt writing style and how quickly there would be a time jump within a chapter but I didn’t take me long to fall in love with the main characters, Jun-young and Seung-hyun. Jun-young is a bodyguard with an unknown past and heightened abilities who secretly falls for CEO or Chairman of the biggest company in South Korea, Seung-hyun. I felt their relationship developed organically but I wish there was a tad bit more romance and once it happened I found it to be a bit on the rushed side. You defiantly feel for Jun-young’s internal tournament about being gay and being attracted to his client, Seung-hyun and I wish that he dove a bit more into how he managed hiding his true self earlier in the story. Also, I found Jun-young’s acceptance of their circumstances in Germany to happen a bit too easily. I loved both characters and I really would have enjoyed a few chapters from Seung-hyun point of view. As a side note you should keep in mind some of the differences between Western culture and South Korean, in regards to class system, hierarchy of respect in both their language and behaviour. I’m excited for the second book. I hope Dassy explains more, has Jun-young kick a few more butts, keeps the geekiness and amps up the romance. Special thank you to BookSirens and Dassy Bernhard for sharing this digital copy for my honest thoughts. #booksirens #bodyguard #Bernhard

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    3.5 stars. This books alignment is 100% chaotic good. Emphasis on chaotic. What I expected: A kpop romance. What I got: A bodyguard and eccentric playboy millionaire romance, featuring superpowers, political and military corruption, poorly executed espionage, near death experiences, and time travel. I’m not joking. The last chapter starts with a quote from BTS directly followed by a quote from the Torah??? I can’t cope with this level of chaos. Ok, now that’s out of the way I’ll start actually re 3.5 stars. This books alignment is 100% chaotic good. Emphasis on chaotic. What I expected: A kpop romance. What I got: A bodyguard and eccentric playboy millionaire romance, featuring superpowers, political and military corruption, poorly executed espionage, near death experiences, and time travel. I’m not joking. The last chapter starts with a quote from BTS directly followed by a quote from the Torah??? I can’t cope with this level of chaos. Ok, now that’s out of the way I’ll start actually reviewing, lmao. This book was FUN. Like, my brain can’t fully cope with the amount of chaos that was jam packed into a relatively small book, but omg, we were truly going a mile a minute and it was great! On the downside, the writing is pretty basic. Even when exciting action packed things were happening in the plot, the writing sometimes made me feel like I was reading from a shopping list. It did kind of jar me out of the story a couple times, and it took a while for me to really get into the story because of that. That being said, the characters were definitely the reason I eventually got into this book so much. They’re well crafted and likeable, with distinct personalities. I couldn’t help but root for them. Also, I love Seung-hyun, he’s such a big excitable puppy. All in all, a fun, lighthearted read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nicki Markus

    Bodyguard is a pleasing MM slow-burn contemporary romance between a bodyguard and a young chairman. Together they have to deal with an assortment of company plotters and external bad guys, while also trying to find out the truth behind Tang Jun-young's superior skills and healing abilities. This is essentially a contemporary romance with a fantasy/sci-fi twist. I liked both characters and enjoyed their interactions. However, I found myself wishing for two things: 1) to get to see things from Kyo Bodyguard is a pleasing MM slow-burn contemporary romance between a bodyguard and a young chairman. Together they have to deal with an assortment of company plotters and external bad guys, while also trying to find out the truth behind Tang Jun-young's superior skills and healing abilities. This is essentially a contemporary romance with a fantasy/sci-fi twist. I liked both characters and enjoyed their interactions. However, I found myself wishing for two things: 1) to get to see things from Kyo Seung-hyun's perspective too at times; and 2) to have a bit more time to explore the fantasy/sci-fi elements, which felt a little rushed and tacked on, especially in the way they affected the finale. I believe this is the first book in a series, but I don't know if that series will continue with these same characters or introduce new ones in each book, so I can't say for sure if it's likely my questions on the sci-fi elements will be answered in the future or not. Nonetheless, I still had fun reading this tale, so it gets 3.5 stars from me. I ummed and ahhed, but I think I will round that up to a four, rather than down to a three in this case, because the story was entertaining and the Korean characters and setting fit in with my K-drama love. I received this book as a free eBook ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kaye

    This is a good sized novella, 143 pages. Set in South Korea Tang Jun saves a famous K-pop band from being kidnapped by stepping in front of their van. When he wakes in the hospital it is to find Kyo Seung-hyun, new chairman of KYO Group, in his hospital room. Kyo is a billionaire and hires Tang to become his personal body guard. So far so good. But then it takes a strange turn. They take on a sex trafficker, fight corruption between businesses and government officials and there is a sci-fi elemen This is a good sized novella, 143 pages. Set in South Korea Tang Jun saves a famous K-pop band from being kidnapped by stepping in front of their van. When he wakes in the hospital it is to find Kyo Seung-hyun, new chairman of KYO Group, in his hospital room. Kyo is a billionaire and hires Tang to become his personal body guard. So far so good. But then it takes a strange turn. They take on a sex trafficker, fight corruption between businesses and government officials and there is a sci-fi element. I wasn't sure if this was supposed to be serious or tongue in cheek. I'm confused as to what this story wanted to be. A romance? An action-mystery? It was all over the place. I don't know why it is set in Korea. This is also a clean m/m romance. I'm going to say it wasn't my cup of tea and move along. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC ebook in exchange for an honest review. (1.5 stars)

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    I have to admit that I came across Bodyguard quite randomly while looking through NetGalley. It was available on read now and the premise intrigued me. A bodyguard with powers? M/M romance? Sounded perfect for me and exactly what I needed as a next read. I don’t know why I’m surprised to say I really enjoyed it. I thought the story and investigation was interesting, and enjoyed how we learned more about Jun-young’s past along the way. I actually really liked the two main characters, Jun-young an I have to admit that I came across Bodyguard quite randomly while looking through NetGalley. It was available on read now and the premise intrigued me. A bodyguard with powers? M/M romance? Sounded perfect for me and exactly what I needed as a next read. I don’t know why I’m surprised to say I really enjoyed it. I thought the story and investigation was interesting, and enjoyed how we learned more about Jun-young’s past along the way. I actually really liked the two main characters, Jun-young and Kyo Seung-hyun, and loved the side character Yu-jin. The author developed a good relationship between the three of them with great humour. Also really appreciated that we got to see the building of friendship between the main characters before introducing any romance. I do think the romance part was quite rushed though, but let’s be honest…most of their interactions were adorable anyway. Was a quick, fun read that I’d definitely recommend!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Emily Pennington

    Billionaire and the Bodyguard . . . This was definitely different, but in a good and fun way. Tang Jun-young saves a popular K-pop boyband, from being kidnapped when he steps in front of the getaway van, stopping it with his body. He was concerned that his secret was inadvertently revealed, but with everyone looking at the band members, he figures he is safe. But one person saw what he did. When Tang Jun-young is hospitalized, he wakes to see the new chairman of KYO Group, Kyo Seung-hyun. The bill Billionaire and the Bodyguard . . . This was definitely different, but in a good and fun way. Tang Jun-young saves a popular K-pop boyband, from being kidnapped when he steps in front of the getaway van, stopping it with his body. He was concerned that his secret was inadvertently revealed, but with everyone looking at the band members, he figures he is safe. But one person saw what he did. When Tang Jun-young is hospitalized, he wakes to see the new chairman of KYO Group, Kyo Seung-hyun. The billionaire hires him as his bodyguard. In trying to make up for his deceased father's past misdeeds, both of them are led to digging up corruption that might draw unwanted attention to them in an effort to “silence” them. As they work side-by-side their relationship strengthens. Will their partnership turn into more?

  13. 4 out of 5

    ScavengedReads

    This had promise as a body guard romance with the conflict being in employee/employer relationship and it had promise as a sci fi adventure with a romance along the way, but attempting to do both at the same time would be a challenging feet. For all the time and effort that went into blending the two complicated plots together, it seems that the characters voice suffered. The story is told from Jun-young's point of view but he reads a robotic, emotionless, a completely blank character. We do see This had promise as a body guard romance with the conflict being in employee/employer relationship and it had promise as a sci fi adventure with a romance along the way, but attempting to do both at the same time would be a challenging feet. For all the time and effort that went into blending the two complicated plots together, it seems that the characters voice suffered. The story is told from Jun-young's point of view but he reads a robotic, emotionless, a completely blank character. We do see inside Kyo's head but still he's able to come across as a more complete person, I get hints at what he's feeling. In a romance story, characters are key. I can't like a main character with no personality and I can't root for a romance if I don't like the characters.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Georgette B

    I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. The story is told by a first person POV of Tang Jun-young, a bodyguard hired to protect Kyo Seung-hyun. This is a sweet, chaste, slow burn. The characters dance around each other, each being too awkward to make the first move. The two leading characters were easy to fall in love with. The author gives us MCs you want to believe in because they are smart, funny, and vulnerable; providing for a relationship which I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. The story is told by a first person POV of Tang Jun-young, a bodyguard hired to protect Kyo Seung-hyun. This is a sweet, chaste, slow burn. The characters dance around each other, each being too awkward to make the first move. The two leading characters were easy to fall in love with. The author gives us MCs you want to believe in because they are smart, funny, and vulnerable; providing for a relationship which feels genuine. The author did a very good job of presenting Korean culture is an authentic way.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Rhein

    “Bodyguard” by Dassy Bernhard was such a great read that I had to start it and finish it within one single day. The writing was lovely, the attention to detail and the Korean culture was impressive, and the storyline was adorable. I really love LGBTQ+ stories that DON’T center on homophobia or how “different” it is to not be straight. This story follows a rich, handsome chairman and his super strong, literal superhero bodyguard. Oh right, did I mention there was also time travel and superhuman p “Bodyguard” by Dassy Bernhard was such a great read that I had to start it and finish it within one single day. The writing was lovely, the attention to detail and the Korean culture was impressive, and the storyline was adorable. I really love LGBTQ+ stories that DON’T center on homophobia or how “different” it is to not be straight. This story follows a rich, handsome chairman and his super strong, literal superhero bodyguard. Oh right, did I mention there was also time travel and superhuman powers? This combination of factors shouldn’t work but somehow Dassy made it happen! 10/10 would recommend to any and every reader!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    This is my first book by this author. The two leading characters were easy to fall in love with. They were smart, they were funny, and they were vulnerable, which is saying something at least about one of them. The story is told by the POV of the bodyguard that is the only thing I didn't like wish it was done in dual POV. The relationship feels genuine with the cultural norms and conflicts being addressed. Looking forward to reading the next book in this series. I received an ARC of this book fo This is my first book by this author. The two leading characters were easy to fall in love with. They were smart, they were funny, and they were vulnerable, which is saying something at least about one of them. The story is told by the POV of the bodyguard that is the only thing I didn't like wish it was done in dual POV. The relationship feels genuine with the cultural norms and conflicts being addressed. Looking forward to reading the next book in this series. I received an ARC of this book for my honest review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ken Cook

    Korea-based lark Weaving corporate and military espionage into a Seoul tapestry with superior beings and time travel, Bernhard plots a fantasy in real-time as Seung-hyun, Chairman of Kyo Industries is protected by Jun-young, a biologically enhanced security guard. Who just happen to be attracted to one another. I do admit to some confusion dealing with the multiple characters and their Korean names, and use of the cuisine, but the tale was quite entertaining, albeit nothing graphical about the re Korea-based lark Weaving corporate and military espionage into a Seoul tapestry with superior beings and time travel, Bernhard plots a fantasy in real-time as Seung-hyun, Chairman of Kyo Industries is protected by Jun-young, a biologically enhanced security guard. Who just happen to be attracted to one another. I do admit to some confusion dealing with the multiple characters and their Korean names, and use of the cuisine, but the tale was quite entertaining, albeit nothing graphical about the relationship.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Daire Fray

    This book was really interesting and easy to read I loved the mystery and intrigue around where Jun-young came from and the scandal they have to investigate and prove. Both characters were super cute and fun to read about I would recommend to all because I loved this book I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    This book was all over the place. There was basically no plot whatsoever. The only reason I rated it two stars was because of the cute dynamic between the two MC’s. Don’t go into this book for plot because you won’t find it. It has never taken me longer to finish such a short book. I was bored and confused all throughout it. I had high hopes so this was disappointing.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sue Wallace

    Bodyguard by Dassy Bernhard. The Bodyguards book 1. I really really enjoyed this book. I loved Kyo. I also liked Jun-young and Seung-hyun. I was surprised with how quickly I read this book. I liked the cover too. Im looking forward to reading more from this author. 5*.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Olga

    This is a very fun book - so light and funny. If you want to forget for some time about our groom reality and engage in a world where there are super heroes and true love - this is a book for you. The story is set in South Korea, and gave me a chance to learn a bit about their culture.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Marshall

    3.5 stars. A cute romance story that could use more romance. This book could have used more tense emotions between our two protagonists, but I thought it was a fun read. A good summer m/m romance especially if you enjoy Kpop or Kdrama as well.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mstay1985

    Excellent This was a truly enjoyable story. I liked the enthusiasm of the rich character going headlong into fighting corruption. Then we have the sidekick hero with enhanced abilities afraid to be found out but still willing to fight for what’s right.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Mcatee

    Awesome! I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I started this book but I ended it with a big smile! This was absolutely adorable and fun! Awesome! I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I started this book but I ended it with a big smile! This was absolutely adorable and fun!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Walford

    Charming. Reads like it was translated, which works well to remind us everyone's speaking Korean. Not sure why it's set in Korea in the first place, though; not much local color. Charming. Reads like it was translated, which works well to remind us everyone's speaking Korean. Not sure why it's set in Korea in the first place, though; not much local color.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Edga

    I really liked this. Our heroes were just a bit different, and, oh so sassy. I really enjoyed watching their love develop. I did find it a little superficial at times, and the superhero trope was barely mentioned 🤔Still, I liked both MCs and the premise was good. Well worth a read, for its cuteness and goodness.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Naely Liriano

  28. 5 out of 5

    mcl

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ramona Quimby

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