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Messenger's Angel: Lost Angels Book 2: Lost Angels: Book Two Kindle Edition

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The second in Heather Killough-Walden's fantastic paranormal series, The Lost Angels, features Gabriel, the Messenger Archangel.

About the Author

Heather Killough-Walden is a California native currently living in Texas with her husband and child. She is the New York Times bestselling e-book author of the Big Bad Wolf series and the October Trilogy. Heather's educational background includes religious studies, archaeology, and law. She has travelled all over the world but hopes to one day live in a town with a world-class hockey team. Visit Heather's website at www.killough-walden.com, where you can sign up for her newsletter. Keep in touch with her and other fans through her Facebook page and Twitter (@killoughwalden).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1346 KB
  • Print Length: 415 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Eternal (21 Jun. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0082CXDM0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,732 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I will own up at the start and say that I love pretty much everything that has ever rolled off of Heather Killough-Walden's keyboard. What can I say? The woman speaks to me and creates worlds that seem tangible, albeit supernatural, reading her work often transports me to a more exciting place where I can escape for an hour or two. Having said that, I approached this book with the same open mind that I do with everything I read. I am delighted to say that she has not let me down!
Messenger's Angel centres around Gabriel and Juliette. Gabe is one of the 'favoured four' archangels who chose to come to earth to search out their archesses (mates made for them by 'the old man')rather than stay in heaven without them. They have searched for 2 thousand years without luck however the tide is now turning and archesses are being located at last. The last book Avenger's Angel saw Uriel find his archess and discover the healing powers that they hold (amongst others). This power makes them a target for 'others' though and supernaturals called Adarians are also after these special women however the end that they have in mind for them is not as pleasant as that which the angels have in store! There is also a shady character called Samael whose agenda is definitely not clear but he is the most deliciously dark and mysterious man, I'm still not certain if he falls on the side of good or evil!
So, without spoiling too much for you...Gabriel has returned to his adopted home country of Scotland when he is led to Juliette and immediately recognises her as his missing archess. A wonderful ride ensues in which he must convince her that the world in which he lives is real (even the presence of his archangel/Vampire brother!
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By Pyewacket TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Jan. 2013
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Uriel has found his Archess and now it leaves Gabriel, Michael and Azrael to find theirs.

Gabriel is currently living in Scotland and has been doing so for centuries when one day as he is in his local having a pint, in walks Juliette.......she has been sent to Scotland to research ancient Caledonian history and been financed by one Sam Lambent. For those of you who haven't read the first book, I won't say anymore as it would be a spoiler. She has signed a Contract with him and he in turn has been very generous to her. Gabriel cannot believe his eyes as he slowly comes to realise that she could be his Archess. He now has to convince her what she is and also what he is........The Messenger Angel.

Elsewhere Abraxos the leader of the Adarians is hatching a foul plot of his own.

I didn't think there was as much action in this book as there was in the first but somehow it seemed to be a better read. Maybe it was because Gabriel seemed somehow more 'human' or that the author described Scotland so beautifully.

I now have the third book all ready to start reading.
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By Mummy of Two TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Nov. 2012
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Due to a few different reasons I have been a bit delayed in reading this book having pre-ordered it and then it sitting waiting to be read on my bookshelf until now so a bit annoyed I didn't get to read it earlier! This is the second book by the author Heather Killough-Walden I have read and I really enjoyed it after having discovered her through Avenger's Angel. The author has been added to my favourite authors list which include the likes of Gena Showalter, Kresley Cole, Lara Adrian, J.R. Ward etc and I will be pre-ordering the next book in this series Deaths Angel as soon as I finish writing this review!

The book/series is about Archangels, four in particular and probably the most 'famous' four - Azrael the Angel of Death, Gabriel the Messenger Angel, Michael the Warrior Angel and Uriel the Angel of Vengeance.

The book tells the story that two thousand years ago, God (or the 'Old Man' as the book likes to call him) summoned his four favourite archangels as he wanted to reward them for their loyalty over the years. God had created soul mates for them in the form of female angels (there were only male angels up to that point) as he didn't want them to be lonely anymore. However they were interrupted by one of the other angels Samael (otherwise known as The Fallen One, The Dark Prince etc) closely followed by the other archangels who were upset that God had created these women for the other four and not for them and they demanded that God make them their own female angels (known as archesses). God refused and there was an uprising as a result, so to ensure the safety of the archesses God cast them down to earth.
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Messenger's Angel is the second in the series, entitled The Lost Angels. Two Thousand years ago, The Old Man created four archess's, for his most favoured Archangels, Uriel, Michael, Azrael and Gabriel. The Archess's were their soul mates, their other half that completed them and before they could claim them they were scattered for their protection, they had no choice but follow them, the archess's whom they had never met but would forever love. They would know them when they found them.

After two thousand years, they have never given up hope. However, they have all gone on with their lives and are all successful in their own ways. Gabriel is New York fireman who returns to Scotland whenever he can to spend his time there until people realise he is not aging. He loves Scotland and all of its traditions and the land. He finds Juliette, his Archess. She is very beautiful, strong willed, everything that he has ever dreamed of. Juliette sees Gabriel form across the room and instantly drawn to him, she has certainly been dreaming of him.

I really, really, really want to visit Scotland after reading this book. Not only do you fall Gabe but you also fall for the land, that is Scotland. Gabriel and Juliette were made for each other and their love has to overcome alot. Samael makes his return and so do the Adarians. I will not give away spoilers, as there are few things revealed but the plot is thickening and for one can not wait to see how Azrael is going to get on with his Archess, Sophie.

(I love that an Archangel can merely look at you and your naked, takes away all that thumbling about lol)
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