Dark Knight in Disguise III: Earthbound Angels 1

Dark Knight in Disguise III: Earthbound Angels 1

by Sandra Ross

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BN ID: 2940016540092
Publisher: Publications Circulations LLC
Publication date: 06/28/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 255 KB

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Dark Knight in Disguise III: Earthbound Angels 1 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It seems that the premise of this story is actually huge for the writer that she has to write a series of stories for Erick and Hollianne. This also means that readers have to buy Book 1 & 2 to know the development of Erick and Hollianne's love story before reading the next book. By the third book, readers would have fair share of knowledge on who Erick really is or what is Hollianne's back story and appreciate the two more. In fairness to Sandra Ross, though, she is able to show descriptions on the attitudes of the characters in this book, too. And the scenes are jam-packed,eventful and meaty, readers will not get bored even if the story is served in several servings. It is evident in this Book that the protagonists Erick & Hollianne already have deep attraction on each other - deep enough to put their relationship to another level. A relaxed camaraderie is felt between the two even if they are just asking each other if they slept well. Laughing between them is fairly easy and yet we knew that there was sexual tension underneath that needs to come out. Also the premise of the whole story (all books) is interesting - an earthbound angel falling in love with a human. The same is what I suppose is the main conflict of the story. This holds so much promise and has the possibility of delving into many more story avenues. Book 3 is not yet the end of the Erick and Holliane's story - we are expecting for more. I am very sure, other readers who enjoy the genre this book belongs to are looking forward for continuation of the love story of the protagonists. The danger with this, though, is when the writer escalates the excitement as well as the expectations of readers and suddenly falls short in the end. Sandra Ross has to address this and make sure that there is a satisfying ending. All in all, I enjoyed reading this book and am actually looking forward for the next.