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Infatuate: A Gilded Wings Novel, Book Two

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  • Posted October 17, 2013

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    This is book two in the Gilded Wings series. I haven┬┐t read book

    This is book two in the Gilded Wings series. I haven’t read book one but that is okay, you don’t have to read it to read this one as the author does well to explain the characters and storyline so you know what is going on.
    “… You haven’t lived until you’ve seen two sweaty sunburned women from Alabama get in a tug o war over the last voodoo doll for attracting marriage.”
    Haven Terra isn’t a normal teenage girl. She is super smart and graduated high school early and decides to go to New Orleans for the last semester and do some community service with some friends. But it doesn’t take long before the kids realize this isn’t going to be a trip they had expected or will ever forget either. See, there are shape-shifting devils, know as Krewe, running all over the city and terrorizing everything they come in contact with. Thankfully, Haven soon finds out though that her roommates are angels in training and have been tasked with defeating the Krewe before they can earn their wings, Haven included. But it’s not this easy as her old love Lucian, who is a devil and from book one, comes to her asking for her help. Haven’s past feelings for Lucian, and her current task obviously don’t go together so she must figure out whom she can trust and if it is worth it as it could result is her failing to get her wings, or ultimately cost her her life.

    This is a longer book, which is nice, as you get more time to get to know the characters and are able to have more action for the preangels and Krewe. I wouldn’t be surprised if this series eventually becomes a movie.*This book was provided in exchange for an honest review*        
    *You can view the original review at Musing with Crayolakym and San Francisco & Sacramento City Book Review

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  • Posted March 7, 2013

    I liked this book enough to email the author & ask if she co

    I liked this book enough to email the author & ask if she could send my boss an email explaining why I was going to be incoherent today since I stayed up late reading it. I really enjoyed it. It was a quick, easy read & I enjoyed the plot line very much. I had some theories rolling around in my head about what might happen, but was happily proven incorrect!

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  • Posted March 4, 2013

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    Fun but predictable

    I don't quite know what to say about this one. I don't really have a strong opinion, good or bad. Haven's continuing journey towards becoming a full-fledged angel was interesting and some parts were exciting but the book as a whole moved really slowly. I also thought it was entirely too predictable. From the very beginning I could predict all of the major plot points and I wasn't wrong about any of them. Despite those things I still enjoyed the book enough that I want to read the next one to find out what happens to Haven, Lance, Dante and the rest of the characters. You won't find anything mind-blowing here, but it's still a fun read and I would recommend it to fans of angels and demons.

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