Concrete Savior (Dark Redemption Series #2) [NOOK Book]

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THEY SAY NO GOOD DEED GOES UNPUNISHED. BRYNNA MALAK IS LIVING PROOF .

A fallen angel in human form, Brynna is trying to earn another chance at heaven. So far, her road to redemption is littered with casualties, especially since Lucifer’s minions are intent on dragging her back to hell. And being mortal only got more complicated since Brynna became involved with Detective ...
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Concrete Savior (Dark Redemption Series #2)

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Overview

THEY SAY NO GOOD DEED GOES UNPUNISHED. BRYNNA MALAK IS LIVING PROOF .

A fallen angel in human form, Brynna is trying to earn another chance at heaven. So far, her road to redemption is littered with casualties, especially since Lucifer’s minions are intent on dragging her back to hell. And being mortal only got more complicated since Brynna became involved with Detective Eran Redmond.

Still, Brynna’s relationship issues—like the fact that one glimpse of her can drive men crazy with desire—may have to wait. A mysterious “hero” is saving Chicago’s citizens from certain death, with strange and sinister consequences. Brynna knows too much about demonkind to believe in coincidences. Some dark force is at work here, and Brynna may be the only one who can stop it. . . .
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781439191989
  • Publisher: Pocket Books
  • Publication date: 5/31/2011
  • Series: Dark Redemption Series , #2
  • Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 257,824
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted March 22, 2014

    High praise for Highborn (a must-read-first book 1) i came into

    High praise for Highborn (a must-read-first book 1) i came into Concrete Savior eagerly.
    Sadly, it was not up to the standard of the first book.
    I type this, but feel the need to say "READ THIS BOOK" 
    This book was a stunning mix of the imaginative and the dark factual. Brynna is loveable, powerful, kick ass, unapologetic, smart, and sexy to boot.
    Who can't love that? Yvonne Nvarro is a gust of fresh air in a quagmire of sloppy vampire romance novels and werewolf subjugation. Still giving this book high praise, but sadly can only give it 4/5. I cant put my finger on what's missing, but something did not quite translate right... Read them for yourself and find out.

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  • Posted January 29, 2012

    Another great book!

    Great 2nd book in the series. I really enjoy the characters and the world building in these books. I hope she keeps them coming!

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  • Posted October 19, 2011

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    The Chaos Theory

    I strongly suggest you read the previous book (Highborn) prior to reading this book.

    This was not the stellar follow-up that I was expecting, especially after reading Highborn which was spectacular. However, this installment was still great and definitely read worthy.

    The author weaved a dark tale of death and mayhem, while successfully juggling several storylines. The plot definitely thickens with this installment. Demons are running amuck behind the scenes while, nephilims are wreaking havoc on humanity. This author takes a lot of risks in this installment, that definitely pay-off in the end.

    My only disappointment with this installment, was that it was not entirely comprised of Bryanna and her journey for redemption. Her participation was smaller than I would have liked. While the plot was intense and dangerous, it just wasn't the same without having Bryanna throughout the majority of the book. Her character is hilarious with a ton of dry-humor that just cracks me up. She is tough as nails and has existed since the earth became life sustainable.

    The premise for this series is brilliant. The possibilities could be endless of always keeping the story fresh and new. I hope we see plenty more of Bryanna and her road to redemption to come in the near future.

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  • Posted May 23, 2011

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    The latest Dark Redemption urban fantasy is a terrific tale

    Brynna Malak the Fallen Angel wants to go home, which in her mind is Heaven. Thus, she goes out of her way to save mortals. However, her miraculous rescue efforts prove futile because everyone she saves is brutally murdered by Lucifer's minion who wants her to return to their side.

    Brynna realizes she needs help so she turns to her human boyfriend Chicago police detective Eran Redmond though she has doubts about turning to him. She trusts no one except perhaps the Creator, but especially a male of any species; as men cannot control themselves when she, even in human garb, is near them. As Eran demonstrates restraint and a willingness to help her, they investigate who is murdering her saved ones.

    The latest Dark Redemption urban fantasy (see High Born) is a terrific tale that contains much more than just Brynna's efforts for redemption though she is the focus of the Navarro mythos filled with angels, demons, nephilim and humans (some are Quislings). The whodunit is clever and the cast powerful as fans will relish a walk on the dark side of Chicago.

    Harriet Klausner

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