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Death's Angel: Lost Angels Book 3: Lost Angels: Book Three Kindle Edition
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At Gabriel and Jule's wedding, Azrael cannot take his eyes off her Matron of Honour..........she is Sophie and although she doesn't know it as yet, she is Azrael's Archess.
This book is much faster paced than the first two and there are some excellent fight scenes in it. Also Abraxos and the Adarians have been experimenting with each others powers and are now much stronger than they were. Four of them are also much changed! Many are dead.
Something else strange is happening too........all of a sudden all the nasty magical creatures that have usually kept to the shadows and not bothered anyone have started coming out of their hidey holes. Who is making this happen and why?
Who is the mysterious man in white called Gregori and what does he want?
All in all in my opinion this was by far the best book to date and I am burning for the author to write Michael's story.
Az isn't like his brother, but being the Angel of Death, a vampire and not able to walk in the sunlight was always going to set him apart. Of all his brothers, he is definitely the most mysterious and intriguing, I had no idea what I was getting into, or what Sophie as his Archess was unknowingly getting into either. I like that. Not knowing where or what was going to happen next and it added to a greatest empathy with one of the Archesses I have felt to date. Sophie hasn't exactly had the easiest of lives, which we come to see as her past unravels slowly, and because of it she feels like there is no one in her life who can be there for her. Despite this, time and time again she day dreams of Az, torturing herself for feeling the way she does when he she knows he has an Archess out there somewhere, not knowing all along that she is his Archess and her his Archangel.
As with every discovery of any Archess, we know that whether Sophie knows it or not, she is is danger. From Adrians, Sam and possibly more. So when Sophie does learn she is an Archess, things don't go to plan, of course. Sophie and Az have a fight on their hands, both physically and psychologically when it becomes clear that everything they both have been through in life has been connected and a mere step in what is to come. They have to fight through the memories, pain and hurt of each other's pasts and their own now together to save each other.Read more ›
Death's Angel concerns the discovery of Azrael's archess, Sophie Bryce. Azrael, or Az to his friends, is unique amongst the archangels as he is also a vampire which rather complicates his romantic escapades. Unfortunately this series rather seems to have run out of steam, and perhaps extending the whole idea to four books was stretching it a bit too far. Whereas Avenger's Angel was an excellent novel, I found this one rather confused and fairly hard going in places, although in fairness it did improve towards the end.
Sophie herself strikes one as rather a silly girl, who spends the first half of the book in breathless awe of Azrael. She seems to bring out the worst in the author whose prose descends into rather poor chic lit style whenever Sophie is in the hot seat which is most of the time. As supporting participants this time, we have all sorts of weird and wonderful supernatural entities who make an appearance. I certainly think you need to have read at least one of the books of this series before this one as you are immediately dropped into a world which is hard to relate to without having read about it before.
Unfortunately, Samael, the fallen one who was my favourite character from the first book has just a walk on part this time round. However, other characters who we know little of and care about less have starring roles.Read more ›
I read so many books since I was 15 years old, all kind of books, but NOTHING, and I mean NOTHING came close to Heather's Killough - Walden talent!
From the first page of this book I got so wrapped up , that I even didn't realise that I've been up all night reading it. I couldn't help but wonder how can someone paint a story so beautiful , so gripping and powerful and soooooo magical!!!
I was sad and I was smiling , I cried and I even felt goosebumps all over my body ... I experienced all kind of emotions reading this book, it was truly amazing!!!
I didn't not want this book to end and it is with HUGE anticipation I'm waiting for another instalment!!!!
A MUST HAVE BOOK!!!❤❤❤
Most Recent Customer Reviews
my favourite book of the series so far , when the four favoured angels were sent from heaven to earth with the promise of finding a mate it took some time for them to adjust to... Read morePublished 11 months ago by carol morgan
Um, felt like a long read, kind of predictable close where she helps him with the daylight issuePublished 21 months ago by BishopWolf
I found this book awkward to read in terms of style. As a writer myself it was bordering on purple prose which is a personal peeve of mine and the female character was something... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Ghost of Kai
Heather just keeps up the pace and tension over and over in her books and this is no exception! Wow!Published 23 months ago by Donna Green
Read this book for the second time now the 4th book is available enjoyed it as much as the first time and can't wait now to download the nextPublished on 29 Sept. 2014 by deanie