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His Fallen Angel Paperback – April 19, 2016
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You just simply fall in love with the characters. Alexander is a New Angel. He is assigned to get information about the Fallen Angels. What they are up to. The Fallen Angels had a meeting and Corvin seems to be the leader. Corvin was discussing his plans when Alexandra bumped into some crates. He was captured and beaten pretty badly. Roman came later that night and rescued Alexander. They are on the run. The adventures they went through will keep you on your toes. They almost get captured again.
The love that grows between them is passionate. The way Roman takes care of Alexander. You can feel the love between them.
At the end, will Alexander be able to stay with Roman? Will Roman be punished for his crimes? He is a fallen angel. Will Roman and Alexander be forced to go on the run? Alexander will not leave Romans side. Their love is to strong. What will the Archangel Michael decide their future will be?
This is a must read. You'll fall in love with this book and the amazing author.
I gave this book five wonderful stars.
This book is about a passionate love story between Alexander and the fallen angel, Roman. The story will take you through some ups and downs in their relationship and through the war of the good angels and the fallen ones. It’s a story of redemption and love. You won’t want to miss out on this book. I recommend this to all paranormal fans. Did I mention there are some hot sex scenes, too.
The book was written and edited very well. It’s nice to read a book that is flawless. I’m looking forward to Grein’s next book.
Alexander, a relatively young angel (as angels go), is sent by the elder angels of heaven on a mission to find out what the Fallen are up to in Philadelphia. Dastardly plots and secret meetings have Alexander falling into the terrifying clutches of the enemy – the followers of Apollyon, better known to us as Lucifer. Without the help of Roman, a fallen angel with a conscience, the inexperienced angel is doomed.
This story is a blend of innocence and naivety, deception and danger, and the learning of trust. A love story promoting justice, devotion, sacrifice and redemption within the bounds of the struggle for humanity between Grein Murray’s new and fallen angels; it is a consummate romance with a HEA.
Skimming over the unpleasantness of Alexander’s time in captivity, the story dwells more fully on the quickly developing relationship between Roman and Alexander and their journey of love and self-discovery. As a couple they were sweet and more than a little flirty. The author treated the subject matter with understated humour, eliciting from me a few soft chuckles.
I could wish for greater knowledge of the internal struggle within Roman, the pull of his original nature, the fight between good and evil, and the redemption gifted because despite everything he overcame it. And I could wish the fallen were depicted as eminently more gruesome, wanting to hate them, to really feel the terror of them. But this speaks more to my disposition than that of the overall tone of this story – a Bacardi Breezer as opposed to my G & T.
A short story the narrative was well-paced, if a little cursory, and suffered from a double entry of chapter four in my kindle version, but was a charming and simple story of love, trust and acceptance.