Saturday, July 7, 2012
Fallen Angel Review ~ Eden Bradley
Was she heaven-sent…or more heartbreak waiting to happen?
Haunted by a military mission that ended in personal tragedy, Declan Byrne still bears a soldier’s scars. As a park ranger on the secluded Mendocino coast, he guards his heart while standing ready for anything. Anything except a beautiful, ethereal woman with a mysterious past, falling from the cliffs to the rocks below.
Angel, as Declan decides to call her, has no memory of what happened. But as her body heals, disturbing dreams emerge. In Declan’s protective care, Angel feels safe to act on the undeniable passion between them, without the threats from old, unnameable demons. And, in time, she senses Declan needs her as desperately as she needs him. But when her past returns with a vengeance, Declan must decide just how much he’s willing to risk in order to keep the woman he loves safe.
This is a gripping story that had me flipping the pages as fast as I could read them. It's dark, gritty, intense and passionate. This is not a book that you will read and immediately know what's gonna happen or how it will end. Eden Bradley takes you on a twisted journey with these characters and leads you to places you never thought it'd go.
Declan Byrne is a broken man. He has been through some very trying times in his career and personal life with his father. He has isolated himself from everyone until the day a beautiful Angel falls at his feet. Once he sees her he feels a connection and she just might be the thing he needs.
Angel, a pure-innocent finds herself in a world she doesn't know; around people she doesn't know, but when she sees Declan she feels safe. She has been through hell and back but feels like he is her safety as well.
These two are a mess apart but the the issues they both have can be worked out together and they just might be able to rescue each other from more heartache and pain.
This is not your normal, sweet romance… Oh' no this is an Eden Bradley book, so be ready for strong erotic content that will curl your toes and keep you turning the page. Dark issues are addressed, they take you on a physical journey of two individuals. I very much enjoyed this journey, and would recommend it to those readers who want a book that isn't light & fluffy or predictable.
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