Angel Of The Morning

J.S. Wayne
Angel Of The Morning
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Noble Romance Publishing
Release Date
May 2011
Book 2 of Angels Would Fall
Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance

Aurora, the Angel of the Morning, has just received good news: her husband, Benoth, banished from Heaven for joining with Lucifer, has been granted a temporary pass from Infernos. The Angel of Death, Azrael, has sought an audience with Benoth regarding his renegade assistant, Moradiel, and his mortal lover, Ariel.

Benoth, never one to pass up an opportunity, manages to arrange his time so that he will have the entire day with his beloved and dearly missed wife.

As the two reunite for the first time in decades, they find that their passion burns just as hot and bright as ever.

But time flies, even for angels and demons. And sundown is coming . . . .

Book Review by Nikki Prince (author,reviewer)
Sep 09, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
232 people found the following review helpful
I love the title of this book. In fact it is what first attracted me and made me want to read it. Secondly just the thought of a fallen angel and a non fallen getting together after being parted for so long as mates is a fun aspect to ponder in itself. There are only 13 pages in this book so the author has to cover a lot of ground to give the reader a true sense of what has happened and what is happening in the present moment.

I think the descriptions in the book of the surrounding area, the people and what Aurora the heroine and Benoth the hero look like are very well done. So well that one can actually see it. I liked that about this book. I also liked how the author tied Aurora and Benoth's history together so you know why they are separated and have to sneak time with one another.

With a limited time together, the two waste no time in becoming intimate and showing that even after decades of being apart, the fire between them still glows just as brightly as it did before. Very hot, very sensual. I loved their moment together.

My only complaint has to be was that this was too short. I would have loved to have more story and more of Aurora and Benoth. I feel you get to know Aurora more than Benoth. I do hope the author will consider another longer book that will allow the reader to delve more into the plot and more into the characters.

Review: 3 stars for a sexy fallen angel and his mate.
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