Rapture (The Fallen Angels, #4)
Publish date: September 25th 2012
Publisher: Piatkus Books
Pages no: 502
Edition language: English
Series: Fallen Angels (#4)
Ooookay, and on that note, I'm making the executive decision NOT to hunt the last two down. Why? Where to start? Jim - head increasingly up arse over the kid. The story arc itself. Really? The theology. But that's the series... The book itself. The h made me want to bitch-slap her more t...
Opening Line: "Grave. And not as in serious. As in headstone and freshly disturbed earth, as in body down under, as in ashes to ashes, dust to dust.” I’m one of those obsessive JR Ward fans that knows the release date of her latest book about a year in advance and plans accordingly, rearranging my w...
It's amazing to me that Ward was able to resurrect a past villain and give him a HEA. This series surprises me more and more with every book.
★★★★★Rapture (The Fallen Angels, #4) by J.R. Ward Well we are on book 4 now, and it is getting progressively better, still not BDB, but I am waiting to see what happens in #5. Just sad that the story is finally developing, and there is only supposed to be 3 more books.
This was on par with book one for me, sort of blah. Matthias had the potential to be a really dynamic character, and I felt that he WAS in earlier books. Evil or no, the dude blew himself up with a bomb! That's pretty memorable.Mels started out a fairly interesting character, maybe because she to...
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