Friday, 30 December 2011

Avengers Angel - Heather Killough-Walden

Avengers Angel -  Heather Killough-Walden

About the book:
The first in Heather Killough-Walden's fantastic new paranormal series, the Lost Angels, features Uriel, the Angel of Vengeance. Four thousand years ago, four archangels were cast down to Earth in human form. God's favourites, they came to find their mates, the other half of their souls made only for them, without whom they will ever be complete. Uriel, Gabriel, Azrael and Michael, however, were not alone. They were followed by another, determined to find the archesses for himself, and whose power cannot be underestimated. But after centuries of fruitless searching, the archangels -- and their enemy -- have all but given up hope. Until one day beautiful and gifted Eleanore Granger crosses paths with Uriel, the Angel of Vengeance. And as a storm rages, outside forces conspire together, initiating an age old battle of good versus evil to win the first archess.


This is the first book out in a new series, and i must admit i love everything about it the cover is divine and the story captivating. I managed to get this book as i won it in a competition, and boy am i so glad i did. The whole back story of this book is amazingly well written, with in depth characters and a to die for story line. The 4 Archangels are different in so many ways, and you would expect nothing else with the the backgrounds that they come from as God's right hand men. Eleanore as a character is amazing always doing the un-expected, but in the end there's only one archess for every archangel. All of the characters are brought to life in such a way that you believe that they are the real thing, wanting to know whats going to happen next. I found that from the very first page i was immersed in their world never wanting to leave, and i was left wanting more. I can't wait for the next book in this series to arrive i urge anyone that loves to read angel stories to head out and get this book i believe you will all love it as much as i did. 

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