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Fall Into Darkness

Eternally Mated

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Description

Eli lives by his own rules and bows to no one, even when summoned before the Tribunal Seven. They deem the hunter has lost his humanity and sentence the angel to earth with one mission: find some compassion or be condemned to Hell.

Ashley considers herself a freak. With one glance into a person’s eyes, she foresees their death. When an attack brings a handsome stranger to her rescue, she can’t help but be drawn to his steel-blue gaze.

Fate will bring them together but desire could bond them for eternity.

From Publishers Weekly

Jan 25, 2016 – Twombly's slim fantasy romance, the disappointing first in a new series, posits a topsy-turvy world where male angels procreate with human women to breed new generations of angels. Archangel Eli, a bounty hunter, tracks fallen angels who have begun to take innocent lives. He's hurled to earth by the Seven, female angels who rule in the absence of their maker, to learn compassion or be sentenced to hell. While in the Alaskan wilderness, Eli meets Ashley, who's cursed with the ability to see people's death if she looks into their eyes, and rescues her from a Hellhound attack. Even though Eli has sworn off women and has no need for a mate, blizzard-melting passion ensues. The pair pause in their lovemaking long enough to battle sinister fallen angels, assorted demons, and even Lucifer himself. Pedestrian plotting and simplistic characterizations make the proceedings of these angels and their paramours difficult to get through. (BookLife)

Customer Reviews

Great story

Valerie has s a way of describing everything that is so visual, you see it all playing in your head like a movie. This story gives you an intriguing twist on angels and the order of things. Eli is a bounty hunter who takes it upon himself to kill the rogue angels instead of returning them to the Tribunal Seven for judgement. He has also lost his faith in humanity, so the Tribunal decides to punish him. They remove his wings and send him to earth, giving him 30 days to find his humanity. He's dropped in the middle of Alaska, where the lovely Ashley is being attacked by hellhounds. She has the ability to see death in people's eyes, so she's trying to seclude herself from others so she doesn't see the disturbing images any more. Eli is able to help her uncover the secret to her ability. Lots of things to love in this story. If you read the short version in Love Least Expected, this really adds more to the story, but I found myself wanting more. I never get enough.
What you will be angry at: The end. Where the story ends will have you throwing things, yelling at your e-reader, and cursing the heavens that there isn’t more… yet. I can’t wait to see more of Eli and Ashley’s story. This is a must-read. You might get angry at the end, but it’s a must-read.

Fall Into Darkness
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  • $3.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Paranormal
  • Published: Nov 09, 2015
  • Publisher: EverAfter Romance
  • Seller: Diversion Romance LLC
  • Print Length: 205 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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