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Fallen Angel by Felicity Heaton

fallen angel

Fallen Angel by Felicity Heaton

Published: November 2018

Genre: Paranormal (Angels and Demons)

E-book pages: 145

Audiobook: N/A

Purchasing Links: Amazon

Rating:

4.5 out 5 stars

Summary:

Cast out of Heaven for a crime he didn’t commit, Lukas has spent three years searching for a way to prove his innocence and slowly falling for a beautiful mortal female. When things take a turn for the worse, he seeks solace in the bottom of a bottle and ends up finding it in Annelie’s arms. But one moment of Heaven becomes one of sheer Hell when his wings make an unexpected appearance. Now, he’s in danger of losing not only his duty, but the woman he loves.

Annelie fell for Lukas the moment he walked into her bar and she fell hard. The tall, sensual blond sets her heart on fire with his otherworldly green eyes and wicked smile, so when one kiss leads to something more, seizing her chance and Lukas with both hands seems like a great idea… until morning rolls around and she discovers he’s not the man she thought he was—he’s an angel.

Lukas will stop at nothing to prove both his innocence and his love for Annelie, but when he discovers who framed him and she ends up caught in the crossfire, will he be strong enough to protect her? And can Annelie vanquish her doubts and fears to claim the heart of her fallen angel?

No cliffhangers. No cheating. Just passionate paranormal romance books with a guaranteed happily forever after!

Note: This is a revised, extended and re-released version of Her Fallen Angel after a rights reversion. Now with even more angel goodness (or wickedness if you prefer).

~Amazon~

Review:

Lukas, a tormented fallen angel who has done nothing wrong is stuck on earth. While on earth three years of being cast out of heaven, Lukas happens upon Annelie, the owner of a local bar, and during his time on earth the two become better acquainted, as far as owner and patron can be, the two still find themselves longing for one another.

When Lukas goes missing for some time Annelie finds herself worrying about the handsome blond until he one day walks into the bar from that day on things are forever changed. Lukas comes back a changed man, drinking liquor which is not normal for him. Annelie watches over Lukas carefully, knowing that he is acting out of character, and soon cuts him and doesn’t allow him to just wander out into the world drunk. Annelie offers to take him home so that she can be sure he arrives safely before she can leave him for the night their built-up passion takes over them. As a kiss leads to much, much more, more than the two of them could have imagined, Lukas control slips and out comes the one thing he’s been hiding this whole time, his wings.

Now, I don’t want to spoil all the fun of reading the book by giving everything away, but I will admit that the push and pull of these two main characters kept me bouncing back from one to the other. Lukas had his reasoning as to why he couldn’t openly do as he pleased, and with that Annelie thought that he might just be crazy, but the need for her to figure it out for herself kept me hooked.

I enjoyed reading about Lukas background and the viewpoint of his situation. His thoughts were of an angels duty, but his physical reaction could only be handled on the human level, and constantly brought forth the itch to be back in his position in heaven to try and clear his name. Lukas came off as more of a human than an angel to me, and I think I liked that a little more from him, seeing as he has had issues back home. Lukas is by far my favorite angel of the series, can’t wait to see what struggles and angels the next book brings.


Did you find Lukas as attractive and caring as I did, if so let me know in the comments below, does Annelie sound like your kind of girl, or did she take a leap of faith and just watch things play out? I can honestly say that I love these two together, their story flowed and their actions and reactions seemed to be similar to a normal relationship and not super fantasy like this is another win for Felicity Heaton. Well, until next time readers, be sure to Read THS!

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