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The author is gifted in how she presents an alternate world of good and bad guardian angels who are not always what they seem. The angels are controlled by some sort of "angel board" that doles out assignments and judgments which affect the human responsibilities. God stays pretty much out of the picture in this book. Even when prayed to, the message is heard by and acted upon by angels and God seems eerily silent. This may not be a problem for some of you reading my and Ms Haigwood's words . I was discomforted even though I knew this was a book of "fiction"
That being said, I liked and cared about Kendra and Adam as they went through their trials. It is hard to get to know all you would want in a first book of about 250 pages. Since this is the beginning of a series I assume the characters will evolve and grow. She has made a good start.
There is a lot of "romance" in the story line. Add to this that the angels(both good and bad) keep popping in and out of heads involved in said "romance". And then this romance kept jumping from angel to human to angel again. I was left with an "ewww" feeling. Maybe someone younger than I would not feel the same.
The author has an interesting premise. I feel those who like paranormal will eat this up. It was just too far outside my comfort zone to say I would read any more in the series. If Ms. Haigwood decides in the future to explore another genre, I would welcome reading her works again.
The characters continue to pull me into their world! I was anxious just like Kendra when I couldn't find Adam! The overwhelming relief when things go right. I love the way I get pulled in and can't put the book down. Was such a great story and I can't wait to read more about Rhyan.
Reading as much as I do it is almost inevitable for me to reach a point where a novel plot line is something so elusive it almost becomes a myth. So when I started on this audio book I was shocked, delighted and intrigued with the authors ease in taking a concept so apparently logical and yet never really before explored in fiction and weaving a tale of love, loss and lust around it.
As far as novel plot line -- a 5 *. I am sure I might very well come by a guardian demon battling alongside a guardian angel in future but for now bravo to the author for entertaining me with a novel concept.
Title -- love the double entendre. You'll have to read it to know what I mean. 5*.
Theme -- as old as time it self. Love conquers all. How can I give it less than 5 *.
Execution and pace of the novel. Very well done. Sometimes I figured too much emphasis was placed on the lusty scenes but this will resonate with romance lovers.
Character building and setting. 5 *.
This was an audible copy and in this I hit a hitch.
Erin Mallon narrated the book for 7 hours 23 minutes.
Either the mixing or the narrator herself caused the first few segments of the book to be somewhat hard to listen to. The narrators exaggerated breathing at the end of sentences was extremely distracting.
Honestly she sounded like an asthma sufferer who needed to control her breathing at the start of an attack. This lasted for a few segments until it evened out. Again, I am unsure if this is the narrator or the productions fault. I also, due to the breathing issue became aware of how exceptionally well the narrator pronounces each word. I am torn between a rating of 2 due to the rocky start and 4 due to precision and eventual correcting of the problem so I will stand off at a very high 3.
In total a 4* listen and read.
The narrator pulls you into the story with the first sentence.
Reasons I enjoyed this book: Happily Ever After, Witty, Romantic, Wonderful characters, Page-turner, Great world building, Unpredictable, Original, Easy-to-read, Entertaining, Action-packed, Twisted, Steamy, Whimsical.
This Audio book was given to me for free at my request from the publisher, author or narrator and I provided this unbiased voluntary review.
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