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The Fall by [Lane, Sienna, Rivers, Amelia]
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Length: 191 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 1111 KB
  • Print Length: 191 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sienna Lane & Amelia Rivers (April 12, 2014)
  • Publication Date: April 12, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JNJ0Q8K
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #647,947 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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THE RAVE WORTHY: This was a really well-written romance. It brought you into the story at just the right point, and it progressed exactly as it should. Lovell did a great job of providing back story without making you antsy for the meat of the story. The characters were well developed, and the sexual tension between the main characters was so real it was almost unreal. In other words, this chick had me sexually frustrated halfway through. Though, I'll admit, I had it worse for the love interests brother than archer himself.

THE GRUMBLE WORTHY: My biggest issue with this book was Archer. In a nut shell: I couldn't stand him. I'm all for the alpha-dog thing, don't get me wrong. I married one and they are all over my own books. But I felt like Archer took it way too far. I mean, if my husband glared at every man who looked at me and said, "Don't look at her. She's mine!" I'd slap him into next Tuesday. There's a difference between being protective and being a controlling, possessive ass...and for me, Archer crossed that line.
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I wish I could say that I loved this book, it has a good storyline BUT, the authors moved the storyline to fast…I felt that the characters needed more development, even the plot needed more development...The whole concept of the fall of the Angels was different and interest, but again, the storyline moved to fast, it seen that the authors didn't take a breather, while writing…The good thing about this book, is there no cliffhanger…The only reason I giving it a 3 stars, because I did like the whole concept about the Angels, to bad that the writer's didn't take a break, while writing the book ><
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Not sure how I feel about this book, a few places made me laugh which for me is a good thing when reading. I've studied the of Enoch, and I was shocked to read how close the information on the Nephilim was. Of course for the sake of the book things were bolstered, but it was right on according to the facts. I'd have to say it's wasn't the worst book I've read, but it wasn't my favorite either. I can't complain about the book without giving away some spoilers, so I'll have to just let it go like that.
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I always joke about having a DNF list but I came really close this time. I wanted to give up after the first 5% but that was mostly because I have never read angels and demons before and the beginning didn't captivate me enough to wanna stay. Once again, my need to not have a DNF made me persevere. However, I literally had to force my way through to the end because this was cheesy, anticlimactic and felt more like a parody than a paranormal. The thing that surprised me also was that it had a lot of real religious elements that were manipulated in the most understated and uninspiring way.

This could have been an opportunity to learn about ancient religious prophecies regarding the Grigori and their offspring's the Nephilim, as they try to keep Addison a descendant of Enoch safe, while hoping to stop another Nephilim from releasing their fathers from Tartarus. Normally, I don't recall story lines because that's what blurbs are for but this one I think I had to for the rest of us who are not that religiously inclined and had to learn of this from a paranormal novel.

First of all, I thought this was going to be another vampire novel, so I had to recalibrate my expectations and I was even excited for a while to read my first angels and demons novel based off real historical events B.C. Imagine my disappointment :(

The moment Archer and Addison met and start to keep company this story fizzles to YA romance. At one point, I wondered if we weren't going to bother with hell on earth. Literally. I think that if you are going to tackle a story of this caliber then the delivery has to be better than the equivalent of a teen movie. They were so modern to the point where it was unbelievable. I understand change but this was too much.

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I love paranormal romance stories; I’ve been away from them for far too long, and when I read the synopsis of The Fall, I knew it would be a great book to get back into the genre. The Nephilim are an interesting lot; they are seen as abominations, but there are a group of them who are known as “the Enforcers.” They run interference between humans and those of their kind who want to abuse their power or claim what they believe they deserve. One such intimidator is, Archer, and when he finds out that one of his own is after a human, Addison O’Donnell, for an act of ill intent, he does all that he can to protect her and perhaps to make her his despite his words that say otherwise.

I loved this story; it’s full of angst, sexual tension, and quite a bit of snarky humor. The story centers on Archer and Addison’s blossoming relationship as well as the plot to kidnap her. Archer is an alpha male who lives by duty and honor; he has never let his heart guide him…he’s always led with his mind, but Addison turns his life upside down. Addison is a feisty, independent woman who has always relied on herself, but when her life is in danger, she allows Archer and his brother, Jake, to protect her, but the push and pull relationship she has with Archer is driving her crazy. The cat and mouse game that Archer and Addison play makes the book an interesting read. Will they finally give into each other or will the threat that surrounds Addison’s life make it impossible?

Adding to the book’s enjoyment are the supporting characters. Archer’s brothers and friends make the text that much better. Jake, Jeremiah, Quinn, Ace, Chance, Laz and Levi are quite the handsome group of angels. They are a mix of brooding, sexy, strong, and wild characters who will protect those they love with their lives.
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