My attention was immediately grabbed when I saw the words TV series Supernatural on the tagline. I am a big fan of that show, I’m not even kidding. So when the author contacted me on Goodreads, I signed up for the book tours.
I was expecting a darker theme to the book, since well Supernatural is like that, and I’m glad it delivered somehow. This is one of the books that you cannot put down. I’m personally a big fan of Angel novels and storylines *coughs* Supernatural Season four, hello Christian Mythology *coughs* and I’m glad I picked this book up.
I liked Gabriel. He’s really a great character and I love it when he throws tantrums whenever Gaia and Cassiel puts on a show. I liked Cassiel at first, but the guy can’t take a hint, so all throughout the book I was doubts about his loyalties. Gaia, the main character, on the other hand, I didn’t feel like she was a strong character. I felt like she was too dependent on Gabriel. Although, I like her most of the time, it’s just that when she’s with Gabriel, it’s like she melts into a puddle. I mean, I know the guy is worthy enough for a girl to melt into a puddle, I just think that Gaia could be better than that.
The plot is really interesting. The other characters, especially Luna and the other Celestials like Yofiel are pretty cool too.
The romance in this story is a roller-coaster. For real. It’s off the charts. The chemistry between Gabriel and Gaia, and well Cassiel and Gaia, is just too strong.
I would totally recommend this to anyone who wants a great paranormal (with a touch of sexy romance) read.
Review originally posted here: The Bibliophile Confessions