Sunday, November 24, 2013

DEATH’S ANGEL by Heather Killough-Walden

Lost Angels #3
Signet Publishing, December 2012
paperback from publisher
ISBN:  045123894X (ISBN13: 9780451238948)
Paranormal Romance
4 Hearts

Heather Killough-Walden’s DEATH’S ANGEL is the fast paced, smoking hot story of the Angel of Death finding his long-waited love.

The four archangels, Michael, Gabriel, Uriel and Azreal are finally finding their true loves after centuries of waiting.  The four angels that were created for them were hidden on Earth for their safety and the brothers have been searching for them for millennia.

Azrael, the Angel of Death, didn’t arrive on Earth as his brothers did in human form.  He descended as a vampire with a darkness constantly at odds with his angelic half.  Now a lead singer for a rock band, he is attending his brother Gabriel’s wedding when he meets maid of honor Sophie Bryce, his Archess.  Sophie doesn’t know she is an Archess.  She only knows that she is different and has been her entire life.  But her best friend has just married an Archangel, so finding out the truth about herself can’t be too big a shock, can it?

DEATH’S ANGEL was an interesting take on the four Archangels and their intended Archesses.  The battle for good vs. evil is especially difficult for Azrael as he is the Angel of Death and a vampire to boot.  Azrael knows Sophie is his salvation, but she has no clue who he is (or herself for that matter).  Yet he isn’t beyond peeking into Sophie’s thoughts when it is to his advantage.  And though all turns out well in the end, readers will question this pairing time and time again.  But when supernatural threats arrive, Azrael steps up and reveals his savage side to Sophie, even though he fears what that will mean for their relationship.

Heather Killough-Walden’s DEATH’S ANGEL is a fast paced supernatural romance with biblical references as well as vampire, werewolves, demons and more.  In other words, paranormal romance at its storytelling best.

Review by Tammy (
*This is an objective review and not an endorsement*

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