What lengths would you go to for revenge?
Helena is furious beyond belief. She can't forgive the angels for what they did to her, and Danizriel — one of their own kind — who sought only to help her. Now she's out for revenge.
A coordinated blitz takes place on the solstice and thousands of vampires lay waste to the angelic host, in an attack orchestrated by Helena. In exchange for her help she receives three weapons from the time of the fall — powerful enough to destroy archangels.
With three archangels down and one to go, Helena gambles with her soul to pull off the kind of bluff that even Satan might fall for. If she loses, the devil takes it all.
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Angel’s Curse—the second installment of the Angel Series—is your ticket to heaven and hell. This novel is packed with heart-thumping and heart-shattering scenes that will make you crave for more. This novel proves us that love knows no boundaries, that even Helena literally traveled Heaven and Hell, just to perfectly laid her plan of taking revenge for the death of someone she truly loves. As I read the book, the first few chapters were perfectly stabilized that when the sudden twist of the story—yes, it all happened in just one flick of the page— you could literally feel your heart-wrenching in pain. I will not go into details about what happened but trust me, it really is devastating. Every chapter of the book was not wasted—it was full of information that you should take note of. Every small detail of the book—even the small conversations held a big information that will either be used in the latter part of the story or somehow, *coughs* in the other books. *coughs* Melanie Tomlin’s way of writing will get you hooked on the characters that rather of reading the story, you’ll feel like you are in the story. Every emotion and every happening feels like you are experiencing it, first hand; from the sweet, romantic feeling to the tremendous, grieving until the fiery rage—you’ll feel it. Well, Kudos to Queen M, our beloved author for creating a book that tackles some part of the most sensitive book—the Bible, yet she could carry out the tweaking of the story with great finesse that—well, in my opinion, she created a better version of the Bible. As the story flows, there is a scene that depicts God, and believe me, the way the author describes Him left me goosebumps and what God did in the story was very God-like. I mean, the kindness, the forgiveness—everything, it somehow reminds you that whatever happening to your life now, God is always there, and He has some great plan for all of us. Maybe without the naughty scenes, I could say that this book can possibly categorize as a spiritual kind of book. Let me end this review with my favorite quote from the book: “Let no one doubt His power. Let no one doubt His might, even when His purpose is not always clear.” -Danizriel, Angel’s Curse by Melanie Tomlin View the full review here: http://bit.ly/AngelsCurseReview
Freaky good Miss Tomlin has done it again! I love her writing style and how she brings the story to life. She explains enough for you to understand everything without scratching your head and wondering what's going on! There's a lot going on yet you don't have to go back to understand the back story
I cannot get over this book! Received a copy from the author herself and was super grateful, but the five star rating had nothing to do with that at all. I am in love. If I thought the first book was awesome, this second instalment is even better. With a great plot and character development, Angel's Curse is definitely a must-read for you guys, paranormal romance and urban fantasy lovers. The plot and twists regarding the usual angel and demon myths might be my favourite thing about this book. Melanie Tomlin had delivered a totally fresh and original re-telling. Although you might not want to delve in if you're extremely religious and cannot handle a few fictional tweaks here and there, but if you're not, go to the nearest bookstore and get a copy of your own right away. The author's amazing writing style had sucked me right into the story. One second I would be cheering on our heroine, Helena, for being so awesome and badass and the next thing I know I am crying my eyes out—not giving away anything here—and then back again. The whole novel is definitely an emotional rollercoaster, in a good way. I can't even say I hated any of the characters here even the bad guys, oh well except Raphael. Overall, if you can't see it from my paragraphs above, I am totally and utterly in love with this book. If I could force everyone to read it I would, that is how much I am obsessed. Thanks Melanie Tomlin, for the wild journey through heaven and hell.