Publisher Description

"A sexy and captivating read... which had me hooked from the first page." 

Haunted by his past, the Archangel Gabriel's a mercenary for hire and if the price is right, he'll do anything. Anything but fall in love again.

Betrayed by humans countless centuries ago, Gabe doesn't trust any of them. But when he saves Aurora from the despicable Guardians who want her dead, instead of instantly forgetting about her, he can't get her out of his head.

Aurora's mum is sick, and she'll do anything to help her. Except she accidentally triggers the wrath of the terrifying Guardians and only the quick thinking of a sexy stranger saves her. But the price is high. She can never go home again.

On a mission to find a missing child, Gabe can't afford to be distracted. But Aurora's touch is electrifying and the closer they get, the more he craves her. He's pledged to keep her safe, but she doesn't make things easy.

As danger stalks them, a devastating secret threatens more than their lives. And with time running out to rescue the child, the only way to survive might be the one thing that tears them apart forever.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
November 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
339
Pages
PUBLISHER
Phoenix 18 Publishing
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
560.6
KB

Customer Reviews

ClaudiaS1234 ,

It’s good

The book is good but there are some things that are hard to follow, and some things that ended a bit unsatisfactory for me. I really like the characters and the book kept me interested for most of the time. However, some things that I was unhappy with are (spoiler alert) the fact that Aurora is just a reincarnation and eventually she gets all her previous memories. It took Gabriel almost the entire book to realize Aurora was the reincarnation of Elani, his soul mate. During this time, he battled his feelings for her. I think I would have been happier if “destiny” had just given him a 2nd soul mate. I was also unhappy with the fact they both turn mortal in the end. It would have made more sense if his immortality had extended to her. Now we know they will die in 80 years as opposed to anybody else in this story, which kind of is a bummer because I did like the characters over all. It was still a good read, but somet hings I didn’t like. Also, sometimes a character speaks and you have no idea who it is. You have to figure it out.

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