Would you risk everything, for salvation?
Helena — part earth-bound angel, part vampire — is pregnant, and it's playing havoc with her unique abilities. Her usual diet of vampire blood makes her physically ill, one minute she's visible the next she's not, and she's suffering from blackouts.
After yet another blackout, Helena finds herself back in Satan's clutches. This time there is no way for her to escape on her own, and a dangerous rescue mission ends with Helena going into labour prematurely.
Helena's child is born and all too soon must leave her to deliver a message to the mortal world. But the last time someone was sent with a message, it didn't end well ...
I've never craved a book so much like I crave all the sequels in the Angel Series. Every time I finished a book in this series you'll probably find me reading the bonus teaser chapter for the next sequel at the end of the book, and I've never done that to other series ever. It's like "wow great book, awesome ending, but what the hell is gonna happen next since everything is already concluded beautifully" And then BAM, new sequel to blow your mind. Again. And surprisingly after the long 3 books journey the story does not feel stretched at all. I trust Melanie Tomlin to come up with something original every time. I can't even begin to describe what I'm feeling. Again, if you read my review of the previous installment you would notice me mentioning something about me in a emotional roller coaster (but in a good way) and this book is the same. One moment I'm all hearts and flowers and then soon I'm crying my eyes out. The pace was fast but not too fast that it became overwhelming, same goes to the conflict. A lot but perfectly aligned together. Everything is just perfect! Especially the character development, there is so much depth in every character that I can't help falling in love with most of them. And although he's not quite the main character but I just had to mention how these 3 books had significantly changed my view towards Drake. You awesome immortal creature, you! And of course, I'm not even gonna try to describe my feelings for Helena and Danny, but if I had to choose one word to describe them it'll be: #GOALS And oh the concept and the plot! So far I've never read anything like this before and I just had to give this book and Melanie Tomlin a standing ovation for being so original in coming up with a twist towards the paranormal myths, God and even demons. (Just had to point out again tho this book may not be for you if you can't handle fictional tweaks towards the religious history, believes, and point of view) - The Four Eyed Cat Reviews Another fantastic book from Melanie Tomlin! This is definitely one of my best reads of the year! This is an astonishing, awe-inspiring and impressive novel that will surely make you keep on moving the pages and crave for more! I have wanted to read a book that has something to do with the mythological creatures - like vampires and werewolves - then combined it with biblical people or events and this book - thank you God that I've found it - just exceeded my expectation! I very well give Melanie Tomlin a very loud and slow clap for successfully crafting a story that is very well unique and gives you entertainment with an additional inspirational message. The characters really entertained me! They always come up with funny things or situations that never failed to make me laugh out loud and mind you, they can also make you cry a bucket of tears and make your blood boil as you feel the hatred that enveloped Helena. The plot, the concept, and how it was formed just makes it all perfect! I am now getting eager to put the next book into my hand so I can already enter the world where you can never get bored from the adventurous journey of Helena and where you will keep on waiting what her curiosity will bring again to her life and the people who surround her. - Book Huntress' World