eBook Review: Angels Would Fall by J. S. Wayne

Angels Would Fall

As much as I love reading about vampires, werewolves and other supernatural creatures, I’m always up for reading something different. So this short tale from J. S. Wayne was right up my street!

Angels Would Fall tells the story of Soulbearer Moradiel, an angel, as he recounts his orders to collect the soul of a nurse and deliver it safely to the other side. It’s a task he’s completed successfully more times than he can remember, so it should be very simple. Only… it’s not.

As Moradiel spends time watching Ariel before her impending death, there’s something about her that inspires completely alien feelings in him. So alien, he’s not even sure what they mean to begin with. But when he realises, he’s horrified. Angels are forbidden to have these feelings, or risk being thrown out of Heaven.

Unfortunately for Moradiel, his heart seems to be ignoring what his head is saying, meaning he’s faced with a terrible choice: the woman he loves or Heaven. He’s torn, but what will he do? Only one way to find out…

This is fabulous short story. It’s beautifully romantic, yet sexy and is a brilliant beginning to what I suspect is going to be an excellent ongoing series. If you like paranormal erotic romance, I’d definitely recommend picking this one up.

Available from:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
All Romance eBooks
Barnes & Noble (Nook)

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  1. J.S. Wayne

    August 3, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    Thank you, Lucy! I’m very glad you enjoyed it. “Angel of the Morning” is the next in the series, and my full-length novel, Angels Cry, is due out September 12th if the current schedule holds. I hope you like them as much or more than this one!

    • Lucy Felthouse

      August 3, 2011 at 10:01 pm

      I have the next short story already 🙂 and big hurrah for the full length novel. I look forward to it.

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