Before Earth there was Heaven, a place of immortality and subservience, a place where angels existed to watch the world transform...until one angel changed everything.
Gabriel may have been the first of the archangels to feel love and compassion, but teaching Lucifer to feel started the beginning of the end. Angels aren't free to love, to lust, to want. They are God's servants, his eyes and ears, his pure beings.
Or at least they were.
After falling for Gabriel with all her beauty and eternal hope, Lucifer refuses to return to his subservient ways. He wants more than the hand he was dealt with all its immortality and reverence. He wants to be free.
But freedom comes at a price...
Struck from Heaven and the one he loves, Lucifer is banished to Earth to live as a mortal...but even without his wings, he'll never be fully human. And he'll never let go of his rage against the one who cast him out. When Lucifer discovers the power of his angelic blood, God's precious humans in all their sins and freedom become the pawns in Lucifer's unwavering revenge.
A new race is set to emerge. A race to reveal the ugliness of humanity.
Through it all, Gabriel refuses to lose faith in Lucifer and the man she knows he truly is. Now her fellow archangels plan to use her against him...but will she be Lucifer's downfall or his savior?
A tale of unquenchable rage, deception, and eternal love.
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Lucifer, Man and Sin (Disclaimer: I was provided a Copy of the book. I read it and decided to provide my honest review.) Fallen Angel: Dawn of Reckoning book 1 of the Blood Bound series is a novella about Lucifer, Man, and Sin. This is the trifecta only a die-hard reader could hope for and J. L. Myers is the author to write it. What an excellent read! I read this book in one read because I c-o-u-l-d not put it down. Each page you turned was so compelling it urged you on to turn the next and it went on and on as if it became a game that you quickly lost. I only admitted it when I looked down and in shock asked how I was at 80% of the book being read? Titillating? Questioning? Humbling? Hubris? Soulful? YES. At the end of the book, I sat and just thought about what I read that unknowingly tears were running down my face. Myers, you are one great storyteller. MY RECOMMENDATION: Buy the book because reading it once will not be enough. After reading, I couldn’t get to Amazon fast enough to click “Buy-Now.” I plan to read it again. When you are ready to read Fallen Angel make sure you are comfy and settle in for a great story and just in case take tissues with you. Enjoy. –Tex.