Publish date: September 6th 2011
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Fantasy Romance
Series: Fallen Angels (#3)
And it's doing good to get that. Lots of things, little things, annoying things, oh no you didn't things... Let's see... There's the "what do you know" and other assorted phrases in the narrative. As part of dialog, sure. Narrative? Sounds like a storyteller who's trying too hard. There's Ji...
Opening Line: "It was in the spring,on a dark April evening, when Detective Thomas DelVecchio Jr. learned that nigthmares could in fact make the jump out of the mind and into real life." As others have mentioned this is the best yet from Ward’s Fallen Angels series. She seems to have gotten the ...
I read the Finnish translation. This is part of the Fallen Angel -series and I thought this was better than the second book. The couple that came together in this book were likable characters and the annoying baddie demon was in a smaller role, I think. I guess I'm going to continue with the seri...
Despite being number three, Ward has kept this series very fresh. I wasn't expecting Veck's particular problem at all, and I'm really looking forward to the next soul.
This is not a review.It's just a funny anecdote.-----In this series (in all of [a:Ward|20248|J.R. Ward|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1355342653p2/20248.jpg]'s books, actually), there's a lot of "unusual" stuff going on about sexuality and sexual behaviors.Adrian felt the first stirrin...