She should not exist. He should not love her. Claire Brennan has been attending Emerson Academy for two years now (the longest she and her mom have remained anywhere) and she’s desperate to stay put for the rest of high school. So there’s no way she’s going to tell her mom about the psychic... show more
She should not exist. He should not love her. Claire Brennan has been attending Emerson Academy for two years now (the longest she and her mom have remained anywhere) and she’s desperate to stay put for the rest of high school. So there’s no way she’s going to tell her mom about the psychic visions she’s been having or the creepy warnings that she’s in danger. Alec MacKenzie is fed up with his duties to watch and, when necessary, eliminate the descendants of his angelic forefathers. He chose Emerson as the ideal hiding place where he could be normal for once. He hadn’t factored Claire into his plans. . . . Their love is forbidden, going against everything Alec has been taught to believe. But when the reason behind Claire’s unusual powers is revealed and the threat to her life becomes clear, how far will Alec go to protect her?
Publish date: January 24th 2012
Pages no: 410
Edition language: English
Aw that was sweet, and I love how its written by mother and son.
I picked this book up at Barnes and Noble intending to give it a try and even though I was a little hesitant at first I was so glad I did. I adored how they put the fun spin on angels in this book. It was unique and mysterious (just like angels). The authors put together the Grigori world very well ...
Another enjoyable angel romance novel - gorgeous cover btw!!
This started out really well and then kind of fell apart for me at the end. There will more of these, but not sure if I'll bother. This is probably more of 2.5 star book, but I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt.
I really liked this book actually. I liked the concept of it and I think it was written really well. I found myself really liking the main characters and it held quite a bit of suspense. It was a good light read.