“Willow and Alex are mankind’s only hope. With the world in ruins, the angels are enslaving humanity, moving survivors into camps where they can devour their energy, causing slow but certain death.
Training a new team of Angel Killers, Alex and Willow’s love grows stronger than ever – and success is almost within their grasp. But when Willow senses a terrifying shift in the angels’ powers, Alex is forced to embark on a deadly solo mission. Now Willow is left to defeat the angels with Seb, and she has no idea if Alex is ever coming back…”
This is the final book in the Angel trilogy, you can read my reviews of the first two books here – I absolutely loved them so I just couldn’t resist buying this one when it was released. I had been looking forward to getting stuck into it for ages!
Something that I enjoyed in the previous book was the love triangle and I was really hoping the tension between Willow, Alex and Seb would continue. I’m happy to report that it did continue and kept me on my toes pretty much throughout the whole book.
I was quickly sucked back into the storyline, the survivors of the devastation from book two were trying to come up with a new plan to get rid of the angels and many exciting moments followed. When Alex made a decision to face the unknown I was concerned for him and Willow, I couldn’t quite figure out which direction the story would go in at that point.
For me this was the perfect finale to a fantastic trilogy, the author’s words were so captivating that I felt like I was living each and every emotion that the characters were feeling and in my opinion that is something that made this trilogy so special. The battles were intense, the tragedies were heartbreaking and the romance was powerful – I was simply glued to the pages!
This was an enchanting read that finished the trilogy perfectly.
Wow! I feel like my prayers were answered in this fantastic sequel to Angel – a wonderfully exciting love triangle was introduced and I have to say that after reading the first book I really did not see it coming because it seemed like nothing could make Willow question her feelings for Alex. But it has and it did, Seb is half angel half human just like Willow which obviously gives them a special connection and he is just as dreamy as Alex – I’d have hated to be in Willow’s shoes having to pick between them (well maybe I’d like it a little bit, having two gorgeous guys fighting over me wouldn’t be too bad I suppose).
The one on one chats between Alex and Seb were particularly entertaining, they both want the same girl and you could practically feel the tension jumping off the page.
In this book they are continuing on with their battle against the angels and there is so much action I feel like I’m reading a movie (if that makes any sense). There are lots of interesting new characters including the angel Council who are in charge of all the angels.
I really enjoyed reading more about Alex’s history as an AK and Willow’s psychic capabilities too, she learned a lot about what she could do in this book. I have a feeling she has only just scratched the surface and there is a lot more that she is able to achieve.
If the first book had me chewing my nails then this book just finished them off, I literally couldn’t put it down!
This book is unlike any other angel stories that I’ve read because in this book the angels are the bad guys, they feed off humans and cause mental illness and disease while the humans have no idea what has happened to them and think they’re wonderful.
Willow is a half angel half human and Alex is an angel killer who has been assigned to kill Willow because of what she is. He can’t bring himself to do it though because for some reason he finds himself attracted to her (not that he tells her that at the beginning). The two of them end up on the run together trying to save Willow’s life and trying to figure out a way to destroy the angels.
I love the romance in this story, Alex and Willow are so drawn to each other and yet both are unable to admit their feelings. Eventually they both discover how the other feels and then the love story truly begins. Both Alex and Willow have sad stories to tell of their lives before they met which just makes you want the best for them even more.
As well as romance there is adventure and danger in this book, it regularly had me on the edge of my seat biting my nails and the way the author describes everything really made me feel like I was there, I could picture it so easily.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I’m really looking forward to getting stuck in to Angel Fire to find out what happens next.