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The Demon's Song (Hearts of the Fallen) (Entangled Covet)

The Demon's Song (Hearts of the Fallen) (Entangled Covet) [Kindle Edition]

Kendra Leigh Castle
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. At least, that's how it seems to Sofia Rivera when her attempt to help a friend ends in a blood-soaked confrontation with creatures that aren't even supposed to exist. With a group of rogue vampires determined not to leave a single witness to their violence hot on her heels, Sofia finds herself saddled with an immortal bodyguard—Phenex, the fallen Angel of Song. 


While the vampire king roots out the corruption threatening to take down his underworld kingdom, Sofia will have to deal with a fallen angel whose dark beauty is often at odds with his ornery nature. Slowly, Sofia and Phenex give in to the strange attraction neither can deny. And as the darkness closes in around them, Phenex begins to wonder whether even the wickedest Fallen might find his own happyending...and his heart.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 332 KB
  • Print Length: 171 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Covet (23 April 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #186,128 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars fantasy romance with fallen angels 25 April 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
ARC supplied by Netgalley.

I love fantasy romance - and this time its angels, fallen ones as opposed to vampires, though there are vampires in the novel.
Human Sofia and her flatmate sneak into an elite nightclub in search of their missing friend. They haven't seen her for some time and they and her parents are worried. Knowing she worked in the kitchens here they thought it would be a good place to search. What they don't know is that the club is really a haven for vampires and other supernatural creatures.....
They find their friend, but at deaths door in the arms of a feeding vampire. Sophia attacks him ( loved that bit, crack across his throat and a good kick in the balls!) and screams, and the person whose attention she'd caught earlier comes to the rescue. Turns out Phenex is a fallen angel - his real title is The Angel of Song - and the other person involved, Justin, is the vampire king. Phenex kills the bad vamp, and Justin uses his vamp powers to make the other flatmate Amy forget she was there and had seen anything. They allow Sophia to go home - what she doesn't know is Phenex is going to be shadowing her as she's bait for the corrupt vamps Justin wants to root out. She finds out Phenex is her shadow when he kills a vamp about to attack her and he then stays openly with her.
There a real attraction between the two that comes across with sizzling tension. They get very close to the edge and Sophia pulls back asking herself what the heck she's doing. That seemed so real, she feels like she's been in a dream but then presented with what seems to be a super-hot attentive man its easy to forget that he's so much more than that. Phenex has a typical supernatural disregard for humans, and doesn't always understand why his actions annoy Sophia.
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3.0 out of 5 stars ok but a bit boring in parts 14 Sep 2013
By mari
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
The blurb and other reviewers say what its about so im going to go straight to what i thought about it.
it was well written and the characters were good even the ones in the background, i thought the story was boring in places and it took me a while to read so i would not buy another in the series.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Hearts of the Fallen book 1 27 July 2013
By Kate Phillips TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Kindle Edition
I am going to be honest I didn't think I would like this book all that much. I came to this conclusion based on the cover (terrible of me I know.) It was a little too busy and I wasn't sure if this was a book about an angel or a musician or a mixture of the both. I thought it looked a little cheesy and I wasn't really sure how the story would come together but I shouldn't have worried The Demon's Song was a lot better than I thought it would be and I ended up really enjoying it.

Sofia is just a normal woman living a normal life until looking for her troubled best friend she goes to a new nightclub. There she witnesses a murder of a vampire and suddenly she is in danger. Fearing for her safety fallen angel Phenex agrees to protect her until the danger has past. Despite trying not to they cannot deny their feelings for each other.

The Demon's Song is a strong paranormal romance with some interested moments. I think Kendra Leigh did a really great job at creating her world and it all came together really well for me. I liked the idea of fallen angels who had worked in hell finding redemption. I also liked the idea of an underground city that hosts the paranormal creatures of the world, I have seen this done before but I really enjoyed this version.

I really liked the characters in this. Sofia was awesome she had a lot of backbone and although she loved Phenex she was not prepared to give up everything for him because he was not prepared to do the same, she would meet him half way or not at all. She was able to take care of herself and cared greatly for others.

Phenex was also really likeable. He was tough and fierce yet had a very adorable and almost shy side when he got romantic.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Totally hooked on this book 16 Jun 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
I love a book that has me hooked in the first half a dozen pages, I love it even more when it keeps me hooked the whole way through.

I liked the two main characters straight away, Phenex and Sofia. He is a fallen angel and she is an ER nurse. She sees something she should not have and it goes from there. We have vampires and demons, fallen angels and full on white winged angels. It's all going on.

I liked that even at the end you are still hooked to see what is going to happen to the pair of them. Can't say any more without revealing what actually happened.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I cannot resist a story like this! 28 May 2013
By Book Passion for Life TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Kindle Edition
The Demon's Song was definitely my kind of book, in fact I would say these type of books are my guilty pleasure. I cannot resist a story of a broken/troubled/misunderstood alpha male with hidden depths and a woman who comes along to unravel him, leading to his redemption.... These stories call to me, who doesn't want to believe that love will conquer all and make everything right in the world? I know I do - the one true pure thing that we can all offer someone that is freely given and has the power to change everything. I suppose that makes me a romantic but it's probably why I eat these type of books up and this ticked all of my boxes. The characters were likable and I could easily connect with them, I like that Sofia didn't just accept things straight away, I liked that she made an attempt to resist Phenex's appeal and that she wasn't so quick to throw her humanity away when offered. I loved Phenex's evolution from basically a spoilt brat who wanted & got everything his heart desired into someone who began to realise that sometimes, putting someone elses' happiness before his own can be so much more rewarding in many ways, especially when you risk losing that person forever. The storyline is good, we have a series thread being that Phenex & some fallen brethren are now on earth, having being given refuge by the vampire race from the forces of hell who want them dead, live in the vampires secret underground home. The fallen protect the balance between good and evil on earth which gives plenty of scope for future storylines, as does the rest of the Fallen Angels that were introduced because they are definitely worthy of their book. As a stand alone the storyline would have been good, plenty of action, sinister bad guys, good vs evil, secret supernatural community, romance, hot men, fiesty women.... But the fact that it's a series makes me eager for more and this definitely showcases its series potential.
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