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Once in a while she iristina seem whiny, but hey, if I was put in a situation where I had very little if no say at all, I’d probably be whiny too I hang my head in that confession. To view it, click here. I mean for a dead girl, she sure was wholesome There were a couple of times where I almost dropped the book from laughing.
The way that the author made it seem like things aren’t what we thought they would be in real lifelike good and evil was interesting.
Sadly, 2 stars, and that’s only because I’m a nice girl. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Facing impossible odds at every turn, the two must work together to survive. I always treasure this type of series, where feelings are more intense and profound. I look at books similarly.
You don’t write a book about hot vampire fallen angels without including sex. The threat of the Nephilim is tense and engaging. But Fallen Angels are even more interesting. Even with his detached demeanor, I liked his character. Ok, that has nothing to raziwl with her personality. The Fallen are the actual “good guys” so to speak in this series.
Raziel (The Fallen, #1) by Kristina Douglas
Her determination not to believe was her way of fighting back at her mother, who loved God more than she loved her daughter. You haunt me, tempt me, drive me mad with wanting you, and I can no longer blame prophecies or powers or fate.
Beauty Dates the Beast. Jul 15, Nicole rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Poor girl steps off the curb and dies. Stops to grab a hot dog on the way to the bank and see gorgeous Raziel not knowing who and what he is. Oct 02, Jennifer rated it it was ok Shelves: View all 15 comments. Nothing with a kink on, mind you. View all 8 comments. Fallen angels are the new black I loved this book! Basically about a group of fallen angels called the Fallen. However, she is soon to discover that she is his bonded mate, and destiny is not something she can laugh at.
It just bored me to tears. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Uriel has basically become power hungry and he wants to destroy the Razifl by going after what means most to them, their mates.
I don’t want a mate. That is just all kinds of twisted, sick and wrong! Raziel by Kristina Douglas 9 42 May 27, I actually never felt any of the frustrations that I usually feel with books written in first person and perhaps that is why I forgot to write it down when I first drafted the review.
So, he is stuck with her. Jan 01, Stephanie G rated it liked it Shelves: I look forward to the next book. It says, the No, I just couldn’t do it. But then she actually became likable as the story progressed. The Dragon Who Loved Me.
Raziel: The Fallen, Book 1
Allie is one of those characters that you either love or hate. I think for every sentence spoken aloud there were 30 internal ones. View all 9 comments.
Mar 17, P rated it razeil liked it Shelves: Azazel’s story is next and I’m counting down the days till June!!!
Allie was pretty annoying, quite frankly. The beginning grabbed my attention, but the pacing of the story dragged for the first half of the book.
Raziel and the other fallen angels lead a seemingly endless life, a life includes ferrying souls to either Hell or Paradise at the behest of Uriel, the archangel. The problem I had with the book it was sooo boring. The Fallen Series 4 Book Series it was amazing 5. Unfortunately, the thorn on my side and the reason I just couldn’t finish reading the book, was Allie Watson.
I am hard in reviewing this book because I wanted to like it, but no. But there is a distinct, irresistible feel this book.