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Rage and Redemption: Rebel Angels (Volume 1) Paperback – October 3, 2012
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About the Author
Anything-but-Ordinary is a creed I try to reflect in my writing. Though all of my books have a paranormal twist, the main focus remains love, loyalty and the struggle for redemption. My writing has won numerous awards and appeared on several best seller lists. (Amazon, Fictionwise and All Romance Ebooks) I live in Colorado with my high school sweetheart turned husband of many years. With a pampered cat curled on the corner of my desk, I dream of faraway worlds and larger than life adventures—and wouldn’t have it any other way!
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At 67%... sadly, I've just had to skip a long porn section that wasn't necessary. The author writes a good romance with plenty of sexual tension, but graphic sex ruins it for me. I mean, there's all this talk of angels and purity, and then they both behave like absolute pagans. The h pushes the H to have sex? Does anybody else sense a conflict of interest, seeing that Gideon is trying to redeem himself? MAYBE INSTEAD OF illustrating the Scriptures, she should have read some of it. Oh well.I guess they could be together in hell.
Another small irritant in an otherwise good story is making the priest a villain. It's such a life of sacrifice that I'm tired of seeing them demeaned in movies and books.
Plus, references to God that are negative really bother me. This is a fictional world of nonexistent creatures, but you don't diss God regardless. The h "bristles" in one place because God supposedly wasn't treating the H right. Huh? The author's idea of God is more compatible with paganism' s many petty gods.
These are points of contention that I hate to bring up, but they ruin my enjoyment of the books since they've got an historical setting---not a fantasy world setting entirely.
Here is another story I really enjoyed and I think you will, too.
The Haunting of the Rose Queen
The writing is so well done with incredible dialogue and detailed descriptions that make the reader a part of the story. Gideon's and Naomi's emotional struggles are palpable as they struggle with their newfound feelings. Can she dare to love this "man" if he cannot reconcile with God? Can he trust his "heart" to a human when he has raged against them for so long? Their growing love for each other will keep you turning the pages long into the night to see the outcome.
I don't like paranormal books but I thought to give it a try
Couldn't find a Norman conquest romance I wanted to read
I read it in one sitting, even took the book to the restroom with me.
Loved it, loved it. Couldn't put it down.
I grow up a Christian so I understand how this can the references to some bad guys can make someone uncomfortable. I promised I would delete it if it got too dark and weird.
I cried at the end... I felt happy, try it I would love to hear others thoughts.