Her Fallen Angel
Felicity E. Heaton
Her Angel, book two
Published October 11th 2010 by Alinar Publishing
Annelie fell for Lukas the moment he walked into her pub three years ago. He’s stunning, his vivid green eyes lending to his otherworldly beauty, but he’s seriously out of her league. When he tells her that she’s beautiful and confesses that he wants her, she can’t resist him and his passionate kiss. She unleashes her desire and seizes the moment and Lukas with both hands. But Lukas has a secret, one that will test Annelie’s love for him and threaten to tear them apart.
He’s an angel.
Annelie can’t believe it when Lukas says that their feelings for each other aren’t a sin, but she can believe his pain when he tells her the reason he’s on Earth. He is fallen, cast out of Heaven as punishment for a crime he didn’t commit. Lukas isn’t about to give up and accept his fate though. He’s determined to prove both his innocence and his love for Annelie, and to show her that the intense passion they share is real.
When Lukas and Apollyon discover who framed him, will he be able to stop them from going after Serenity and Annelie? Will he be able to protect the woman he loves and fly away with her into their forever after?
ALL OF THE STORIES IN THE HER ANGEL SERIES STAND ALONE, JOINED BY CHARACTER AND WORLD ONLY, AND DO NOT NEED TO BE READ IN ORDER.
Three years ago, Lukas was cast from heaven as punishment for a crime he was not guilty of. Three weeks ago, he made his first appeal, in which he failed miserably. Now, drunk off his ass from his first taste and subsequent binge on alcohol, he finally musters up the courage to make a move on the one woman who has captivated him since his fall- Annelie.
They share a night together, but when she triggers his wings the next morning and discovers his true existence, Lukas becomes determined to prove to Annelie that he's still the same person he's always been. And for some reason he has to drag her along to Paris to do it.
These Her Angel stories are simple and sweet. So simple that you're definitely not going to get lost in a torrent of background information and complex plot theatrics. And so sweet that if you're one of those that cringe on the ooey-gooeyness of romance it would be best to just steer clear. We're talking about angels falling hopelessly in love after all.
I gotta say, I really miss Heaton's Sons of Lyra/Daughters of Lyra series. Found immensely more enjoyment in those when compared to these Angel books. These just don't have the goods to keep me engrossed. After my chorus of Gah's from book one, Her Dark Angel, and the lack of oomph rising up from this (although the sex was rather steamy), I'm stepping away from the Angels. Still a fan of Felicity Heaton, but for here, for now, I'm done. 2 out of 5 stars.
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