By Tania Cooper and Ricky Cooper
Synopsis from Goodreads:
They should walk away, they know their love is forbidden, they know their deep connection could destroy both their worlds. No! Good and evil should never collide.
But fate has other ideas.
A lustful encounter will lead to the greatest love to ever exist in their immortal worlds. An Angel and a Demon, two halves of the same coin drawn together by an unstoppable force, their fate intertwined by design but held worlds apart.
With pleasure will come pain, with happiness will come grief. Two missing pieces finally together creates an ecstasy that will rock the ground they walk on. But as their love becomes stronger their worlds will start to fall apart.
Can their sinful love truly conquer all? Will they catch the scent that lingers and find the ties that bind even the deadliest of enemies?
Lines will blur and hearts will shatter. In a battle of good versus evil not everything is always black and white, for even in heaven, shades of grey hide in the shadows
A while back I participated in a cover reveal for this book and as I was putting it out there I decided it would probably be best if I actually bought the book and read it and reviewed it also.
This book was written by two authors. I’ve never read either of their books. That being said. I personally think they did a great job keeping the flow of the book consistent and not seeming like there was two authors.
I enjoyed reading the story from both Arianwen the Angel and Albion the Demons point of view and like I said above it had great flow and at least for me it was not confusing as some books can be when written in dual point of views.
. Its your star crossed lovers romance story. She’s a sweet Angel with a unique gift of being able to pass into purgatory and help those souls who might be stuck there and need a guiding hand. He’s from hell who in tortures those souls but Albion has always protected Arianwen from the other demons when she was in purgatory. Their story love story is ugly and actually beautiful at the same time. They have some barriers they have to overcome because sometimes the heart wants what it wants no matter what.
This book is such an emotional roller coaster. There were parts where no matter how much Albion needed or wanted to be with Arianwen he was just so evil and at time horrible that I didn’t want him to smudge her but…. There is something different about him that you hope Arianwen sees and pulls out the goodness in him.
It left me with the thought of sometimes not all are what they seem to be. Sometimes good people can have some serious evil going on and sometimes those who seem evil might deep down have some serious goodness in them that needs to be brought out.
Action filled, gripping , romantic emotional roller coaster of a book. Good -vs- Evil, Angels -vs- Demons , hard to put down, and if you need those steamy scenes it defiantly has those.
I look forward to the next book in the series.