Overall Rating for series 3.5 stars
Seraphina Orielle, an angel of divine fire and light, was also an oracle of foresight. Considered adolescent among her peers, she had yet to master her gift of precognition when her first vision came to pass; a captivating male whose destiny was intimately intertwined with her own. Yet he was not of angelic design. In fact, he was very far from it. Tragically, by the time Sera discovered this pivotal detail, he had already attained ownership of her heart.
But not her ability to flee…
A hundred years later and Cole Asteroth does whatever the hell he wants. When he’s not busy, that is, with ‘dirty deeds, done dirt cheap’ for his master. Ornery and sarcastic, he gets his kicks wreaking havoc in the human realm. Oh, and making very un-angelic women beg for his touch. Life is good…
Until fate catches up with him.
A few weak moments, one too many innocent visitations and the two are entangled all over again. But things are much more complicated now. And Cole no longer possesses much in the way of faith and forgiveness.
As the estranged lovers struggle with what path to take, they quickly discover that destiny, too, is a reluctant second chance provider. As outside resistance and decadent captivity ensues, can their situation get any more exasperating?
This is about two people that are very different, one a demon and one an angel. Sera is an innocent angel with a little naughty side and Cole is a sweet demon who is not all bad. Sera believes in soulmates and knows she has found hers in Cole. Then Cole reveals his true self and Sera leaves him when she finds out he is a demon. Time and distance doesn't stop the feelings they have for each other. It was a pretty good book but I found it to be slow in parts. I would get into it and then it would just fall and I found myself pushing through to hopefully get to another good part. It was back and forth for the whole book and ended with me wanting to know what would happen. Will their love be able to survive? How can an angel love a demon? Will Sera be forced to go back home? This is what this story is all about. I will be reading the next book and am hoping it is better and will pick up and keep my interest better through the entire book.
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“Into the bowels of hell I would follow you.”
“Good because that's exactly where we’re going.”
Never in her wildest nightmares did Seraphina see herself taking refuge in the underworld. Cole, however, should have seen it coming. Sera’s kin would never let her go and that was the one place their holier-than-thou feet couldn’t tread. Unfortunately, residing in a realm where the vilest of depravity thrives only adds to Cole’s problems. Now he must keep Sera safe from not only her kind, but his debauched brethren as well. Even Cole’s demon-half has become more volatile, the constant subjection to evil taking its toll. His world is no place for an angel. He needs to find a solution so he can get her the hell out of there.
And he needs to find it fast.
When the opportunity arises to finally solve their dilemma, he jumps at it with talon-claws swinging. But it’s a dangerous mission - and Sera’s riding shotgun. As deadly adventures unfold and all hope seems lost, Cole is forced to search inside himself. With a soul that’s riddled with more questions than answers, can he find the lifeline they need?
This is book two and it starts off where book one left off. Cole and Sera are in love and want to be together but the other angels want Sera to come home and are hunting for her. Cole takes her to the one place the other angels will not go. HELL!!!! It is sweet that Cole will do anything for Sera and I really like him. Sera on the other hand, kind of annoys me. I’m not sure if her innocents is funny or just annoying. I did like this book and enjoyed it. It also seemed a lot shorter than the first even though it wasn’t much shorter (maybe 5 pages) and I think it was because it followed a little better. There was still a few slow parts but not as long as the ones in the first book. Also this one was a little sexier.
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This is the third and final book in the series. I liked this book and I liked the series ok. It seemed like this poor couple was going to have all the bad luck and just drag on before they got a moments peace. I did finally start to like Sera a little more because she seemed a little stronger and less whiney. Maybe it was that she wasn’t so innocent too. This one also had a lot more excitement in it and that made for a good story along with the sexier side of Cole and Sera. Defiantly happy with how it ended.
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