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Redemption (A Novel of the Seven Signs) by [Hayes, Erica]
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Editorial Reviews


“Hayes continues to seduce me.”—Smexy Books

About the Author

Erica Hayes has been a law student, an air force officer, an editorial assistant and a musician, before she finally landed her dream job: romance writer. She writes dark paranormal and urban fantasy romance, and her books feature tough, smart heroines and colorful heroes with dark secrets. She hails from Australia, where she drifts from city to city, leaving a trail of chaos behind her.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1526 KB
  • Print Length: 351 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0425258386
  • Publisher: Berkley (March 5, 2013)
  • Publication Date: March 5, 2013
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0099D451Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,535,464 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I liked Revelation, I loved Redemption. This book is a word painting and I could easily visual the world as Miss Scott had written it. Like Revelation it was very dark, moody and scary, but very easy to become involved. It's great when you can actively hate a character (Archangel Michael - foul, disgusting animal) and love a character (Tainted angel Japheth, who wouldn't want to be loved by such a gorgeous man). If only one could be as courageous and steadfast as Rose in the face of such horror, thereby winning the heart of an angel.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Originally Reviewed At: Mother/Gamer/Writer
Rating: 5 out of 5 Tantalizing Controllers
Review Source: Blog Tour
Reviewer: Heather

Vampires, Demons, Angels, oh my stars. I don't even know where to begin...

Redemption, The Seven Signs is book #2, and I'm all but salivating to read the first after this steamy, bloody, tantalizing story. I'll forewarn though, it has a lot of yummy, erotically written sexual scenes (and sexual suggestion) that hold nothing back, tossing you head first (no pun intended) into the moment.

Japheth is a fallen angel, tossed from heaven by the archangel Michael and for fourteen hundred odd years, he's made it his mission to become redeemed. On Earth, he allows himself only the pleasure of hunting and killing evil, the minions of Satan. He takes no pleasure from the flesh and allows nothing gratifying into his life, which earns him the nickname frigid, icy, and frosty. It matches his blue angelfire perfectly until...

Rose Harley was just a young woman with huge dreams before she became seduced, confused, and then forced into the world of bloody thirst. She seeks no redemption because she doesn't believe it possible, not for her, and certainly not after what she's done. Instead, she is a vampire; Rose is a slave in every aspect from her body to her fangs. Still, her instinct is to fight back, not for her soul, but to stay out of Hell. Her job is to hunt and kill fallen angels, a job she excels at, until...

Two unlikely supernaturals are thrown together in this quick paced, suck you in until you beg for more, read. There is passion; there is lust, greed and envy as the story twists and turns in this multiperson point-of-view apocalyptic fight for the future.
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I will stand by my statement that these angels scare the crap outta me! However, they are oh so bad which is oh so good! LOL Things pick right back up in the second book from where one finished, and things are getting all crazy. And way to add a sort of Romeo and Juliet type theme to this as well. Literal enemies supposed to kill each other falling in love. It's a blast!!

Japheth is the one in the hot seat this time. He is an angel, who is stuck on earth, and he's literally taken a whole new light to working for redemption. He's quiet and serious, and is dead set on working his way back into Heaven's good graces. And you totally catch that there was something going on between Michael-yes the arch angel who is in my opinion one of the complete worst- and Japheth. Michael gives Japheth the order to kill the "Angel Slayer", except that this slayer is a chick, who is a demon vampire, and I think there's gunna be hell to pay with her. LOL

Rose has had a seriously bad hand of cards dealt to her. She's angry and bitter, and really good at what she does, hence the name Angel Slayer. When she meets Japheth, it made me giggle at the one she has picked to try her "deal" with. I had to giggle, because Japheth is one of the last you would expect to be seduced. This was such an interesting relationship building here. It's so good, you just have to read it.

The secondary characters are back, and some of them are my favorite! And there are some who are bad, who I don't believe to be completely evil, and some who are good, that should be rotting in hell. It's such a twist on the Angel concept. The demons are fascinating. And it's on like Donkey Kong to get Satan out of his "prison". 4.5 CREEPTASTIC ANGELELIC PAWS!! I can't wait for book three to come out!
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I don't read many paranormal romances, and I'm not sure why. I enjoy them on the odd occasion when I do pick them up, and Redemption was no exception. This is the second book in Erica Hayes' The Seven Signs series, and I didn't have much trouble figuring out what was going on, even though I haven't read the first book, Revelation (which has a zombie virus, so I will be reading it, hopefully soon!). The series features the war between angels and demons and the prophesied end of the world. I enjoyed how the angels were portrayed in this story; just because they are angels didn't mean that they were "good." What was even better; Japheth, a Tainted angel, is working tirelessly for his redemption, so he can return to Heaven. His fellow Tainted behave like fraternity boys; drinking, chasing women, and partying in between missions slaying demons and hellspawn, and trying to stop the Apocalypse from happening.

Michael is in charge of the angels, and he's a ruthless jerk. I hated him. He's power hungry and cruel, and he doesn't hesitate to sacrifice his angels if it will fulfill his ambitions. He sends Japheth to kill Fluvium, the Prince of Thirst, and recover the vial of wrath in his possession. Japheth doesn't know why Michael cast him out of Heaven. He's always been brave, righteous, and dedicated to serving God. All he wants is to be let back into Heaven. He lives a life a purity, distaining pleasures of the flesh, and obeying orders to the letter. What does he get for his sacrifices? A never ending hard-on and no sense of humor. Poor guy.

Rose Harley is Japheth's unlikely match. Like Japheth, she's been tricked, and now she's a vampire, the slave of Fluvium. He's ordered her to steal Japheth's soul, or he'll throw her into Hell.
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