- File Size: 1545 KB
- Print Length: 277 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing (March 20, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XS3PFJM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,108,932 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Fourth Fight (Heaven Sent Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Emily and Andrew are after their fourth demon only this one is more challenging than the first three. The demon is an up and coming country singer, Annabelle Butler who lives behind a heavily secure home and is constantly surrounded by security guards. There are cameras everywhere and so getting next to her is proving very difficult.
By accident Emily and Andrew find themselves in a position to try out for a security detail for Anna only they have to pass some very difficult tests. If that wasn’t difficult enough it turns out that her father Christopher is also a demon even though his name did not appear on Andrew’s arm. Also trying out are several ex-military men and Emily is the only female. Emily and Andrew keep their cover as a married couple and as a security team. They get the job and it could be due to Anna’s attraction to Andrew something that makes Emily’s skin crawl.
At the first concert that Emily and Andrew attend to protect Anna they finally become aware of what sin they believe she is responsible for. Although not sure, Emily and Andrew question Anna’s request that Emily bring four fans to her room to party. They have to be unmarried, at least twenty-one years old and beautiful, no fat women allowed so that lets me out. The girls are taken to a private party and Emily is determined to find out where they are taken. As always Andrew’s request for her to not to go anywhere without him falls on deaf ears. She is invited to the party which in spite of Andrew’s begging she attends. Now Emily is missing and Andrew still has the job of killing the demon but this time alone.
The question of what happens to the women is made clear and Emily finds herself in the same situation as the others. The only problem is that Anna and her father want to know who Emily really is and what she wants. Since she is stubborn and strong broken bones and a major whipping does not make her give any answers. Her biggest fear is being raped, she knows that broken bones and bloody wounds would heal but rape would damage her soul forever.
This is the point where I want to reveal all but I won’t. There is alot of sex, violence, rape and as much as I loved the first three books this one by far was my favorite. The books in this series are very easy to get into whereas many books take awhile. Emily has once again put her life in danger and it is time for Andrew to decide on the best way to protect her even if she hates him for it and it breaks his heart.
I highly recommend this series and recommend reading them in order. Since I am lucky enough to have book five I am going to sign off and start reading.
I voluntarily agreed to review this book and this was my honest review!!!!
The demon they are out to get this time is just about as evil as they come, and there is another one, to boot. And obviously Emily/Cassie just has to go and do things by herself, getting ever so deep into trouble.
The extremely painful end of this particular book in the series leaves a raw feeling of despair, and so little hope, as often happens when men make decisions "for the best" for a woman, without consulting her.
I voluntarily read this title which was freely given to me by the author. The opinion in this review is solely that of my own.