Death’s Angel

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Death's Angel (Lost Angels, #3)Death’s Angel by Heather Killough-Walden
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The third installment of the Lost Angels series brings us the story of Azrael. Of the four archangels, Azrael underwent the most drastic change when they came to earth two millennia ago in search of their archesses. Up until this point, Azrael has been a powerful but unknown character. We really get to see who he is in this installment.

Sophie is best friends with Juliette whom we met in Messenger’s Angel. Juliette has told Sophie all about the archangels and their quest to find their missing archesses. Knowing this, Sophie tries to fight her attraction to Azrael to avoid the disappointment she will feel when he meets his archess. Unlike the other archesses, Sophie has not tapped into any of her latent power. Therefore she has no reason to hope she is an archess and destined to be with Azrael.

Azrael and Sophie not only have to overcome the ever present threat of Abraxos and the Adarians, but a new threat enters the scene that is even more deadly and powerful. Other supernatural beings, thought long extinct, are reappearing which leads the archangels to believe that their problems up until now have merely been a warm-up.

Michael joining with his archess in the next installment will invariably change the future. We are also told about the existence of a fifth archess.

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Maverick

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MaverickMaverick by Lora Leigh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Like all members of the Elite Ops unit, Micah Sloane is a dead man. That means he has no hopes, no dreams, and no future beyond the next mission. He pledged his life for the chance to exact vengeance against the man who killed his entire family, including him. Risa Clay knew her father despised her but she never would have thought he hated her until she suffered the ultimate betrayal at his urging.

The Elite Ops has the chance to take out Orion, an international assassin, but they need Risa’s cooperation to get to him. Micah demands the assignment to pose as Risa’s lover for the op against Orion. It will give him the chance to spend time with Risa and deliver the death-blow to the man responsible for the deaths of his parents. The time Micah spent watching over Risa prior to the op did not prepare him for the depth of feelings and desires Risa awakened within him. While they were definitely unexpected they were not wholly unwanted. The problem is that dead men can’t give forever to the woman they love, or can they?

Lora Leigh’s second installment in the Elite Ops series brings us a story of hope that things will get better in spite of how bad they may seem.

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