- Loose Id
- Release Date
- March 2011
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance
Jordan Sumner is ready to embrace her new life. After nearly dying at the hands of her mother, moving to a new town offers new possibilities. First on her agenda? Get a tattoo. She just doesn't expect the tattoo artist to be so incredibly sexy or for her to recognize him as the guardian angel who saved her life years ago.
Gabriel Wilder knows the minute he sees Jordan she's different from any other woman he's ever met. A fallen angel with no memory of his past, he senses Jordan is linked to him. He's drawn to her sexually--in every sort of way. They're meant for each other and no matter how much he fights it, he knows it's a waste of his time.
An unknown evil is sent from Jordan's past and is ready to sink its claws into her. Gabe must fight to save what he considers his--Jordan. But is he strong enough to fend off the demon who wants Jordan as his sacrifice, now that he's fallen...fallen for her?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content and graphic language.
Jul 10, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
163 people found the following review helpful
Take one virginal heroine drawn to a man for reasons she can't explain, and one wounded hero who knows he is neither the man she wants or deserves, and add in a physical attraction that refuses to be denied, and you have FALLEN.
After nearly dying at the hands of her own mother, Jordan Sumner needs to build another, better life for herself, so she moves to a new town that is filled with new possibilities. Filled with an inexplicable need to get a tattoo from the best in the business, Jordan does her research. What she doesn't expect is her tattoo artist to be the incredibly sexy guardian angel who saved her life many years ago.
Though Gabriel Wilder has no memory of his past, he senses Jordan is linked to him in some way. She's virginal and sweet, exactly the sort of woman someone like him could so easily crush, and yet he's drawn to her in a way that is totally foreign to him.
When the two of them are confronted by an unknown evil sent from Jordan's past, Gabe instinctually knows he must fight to save the woman he is destined to be with--Jordan.
Like Jordan, I sensed that Gabriel Wilder was a much better man than he gave himself credit for. I also had no doubt, given the title and the scars on his back, that despite his denials, he was the angel who had saved her from death. However, even after re-reading sections of the book, I'm still not sure I completely understand how her mother became associated with the evil demons from hell, even though I immediately figured out why they are after Jordan and Gabriel.
I love angel and demon stories, and FALLEN did not disappoint in this regard. I highly recommend this book to readers who enjoy wounded heroes driven to protect the woman they never wanted to love, but fell for almost instantly.
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