Angel in Chains
As a fallen Angel of Death, Azrael is cursed to walk the earth alone in search of redemption. One night, as he wanders the streets of New Orleans, he discovers a woman surrounded by panther shifters. No longer able to contain the anger simmering within, Az summons his dark powers and attacks,... show more
As a fallen Angel of Death, Azrael is cursed to walk the earth alone in search of redemption. One night, as he wanders the streets of New Orleans, he discovers a woman surrounded by panther shifters. No longer able to contain the anger simmering within, Az summons his dark powers and attacks, determined to protect this innocent human from certain death. Only Jade Pierce is no delicate flower. She's spent years learning to survive and fight the evil forces sent by her ex-lover who refuses to let her go. But after seeing Az in action, she figures she could use a little supernatural help. And so she plans a course of seduction guaranteed to arouse his interest and his angelic passions...
Publish date: November 27th 2012
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Fallen (#3)
After the last book, I really was looking forward to Az's story. Was disappointed in this one. In the first book of the series, Az is the angel in charge, with power and in the second he fell and was confused (confusion happens when an angel falls). In this one, with his memory restored, he is pisse...
This one's about Az! I have been wanting to get his story since the beginning and it did not disappoint. Azrael was the antagonist in the first book where he kept trying to kill Keenan's Vampire in the wrongful belief that he was doing Keenan a favor his out of bounds actions causing him to fall. No...
Took longer than expected to get into Angel in Chains, but once I did it was really good. Not as great as the first two in The Fallen series but still a good read!
3.75 stars rounded upOkay, I did love this because in the end, I thought it was an awesome addition to the series in overall. But I also have to rant about something (which made me reduce the star rating from exact 4-stars)-- start rant --Seriously, I HATE it when authors start using those "This is ...
I have realized that all PNR books by Cynthia Eden are similar which is not all bad but can be a bit anti-climatic. Her heroines will always be in trouble, have an agenda and secret and the hero will always come to her rescue. There will be loads of running around, near dying and drama and this book...