by L.A. Weatherly
Angels are real.
They have wings. They glow with a kind of heavenly light. They fly. And when they touch you, you feel blissed out and blessed.
What angels don't tell you when they touch you is that they are feeding on your soul. They suck away your life force and leave behind disease and destruction.
If you've been touched by an angel, you don't have long to live and what life you do have may not be that great.
Alex knows this. He's hunted angels since his mother was killed by one when he was five. At 17, he's one of the best angel assassins out there and he knows it. When he's called to kill Willow Fields, it's just another hunt to him.
Until he see her...
She's like nothing he's ever seen before. She's both human and angel, a combination never thought possible before.
And she's on the most wanted list of the angels out there because it's been predicted that she will lead to the destruction of all angels.
Can Alex figure out what's going on and keep Willow alive long enough to stop the coming invasion?
Final thoughts: Eh. I've read better. I've read worse. Weatherly's writing needs a bit of help. It's all tell instead of show. "I hate him" "I hate her" "Wow! I love him" "Strange! I love her" It's also got a bit of Twilight in it with the girl volunteering to put herself in harm's way for the greater good and the guy ordering her not to and telling her he'll die without her. Could be better. I'm not eagerly anticipating the second book (of yet ANOTHER trilogy). I may read it. I may not. So... eh.