I am so excited. Night Owl Reviews reviewed my book, Punishment, Angels of Death, and it was a top pick.
This book was fantastic, it left off right where Betrayal, the first book in the Angels of Death series ended. I must say that I was thoroughly impressed with the writing and the story itself. It captivated and held my attention from the start to the finish. There was never a dull moment in this book. The story itself is part of the adrenaline rush that comes from a well written plot, and this one was truly fascinating. It is not the standard, here are the characters, and here is the plot. As this story unfolds you get a feel for what might be around the corner but never enough that made it predictable. If anything, once one question was answered there were tons more unanswered.
Blade is a fallen Angel of Death and is one sexy and smoking hot male. He was once seeking revenge but now that he has met the beautiful and intriguing Abigail, he is trying to atone for his mistakes. The chemistry and the erotic sex scenes in this book are smoking hot, to the point of combustible. I love the way they meet and the instant chemistry between them. Blade has to come to grips with his sins from his past and when that past intertwines with Abigail he finds that he needs her now more than anything else. Without giving away any spoilers I will say that these two characters were made for each other.
I love getting to read about the secondary characters from past books and I love how the Angels and other heavenly beings and characters are brought to life. There are times that you want to laugh at the humor inserted into the story and then times when you just want to kick some angel ass for the way they think.
I highly recommend this read to those who love a great paranormal romance with some really kick ass heroes and villains. M.L. Guida is a gifted story teller. This book was sexy and filled with lots of action and smoking hot erotic writing, all while pulling you into her own world of Angels and Demons. I recommend reading the first book in the series before reading this one. You definitely need the back story to truly be able to appreciate this book. Happy Reading!
My editor told me she read this a couple of times, she loved it so much. Blade is one of my favorite characters. He’s your ultimate bad boy turned good.