Some Landings You Can’t Walk Away From
Fighting evil isn’t only high-stress, no pay, and uncomfortable as hell most of the time… It also doesn’t turn out to be quite as black and white as Maya would have hoped. As a hybrid angel struggling to control her murderous appetite, Maya should know better than to expect simplicity. With one half-brother still convinced that she’s an unstable threat and the other oblivious to the danger she presents, Maya struggles to find a balance between her diminished humanity and the darkness of the monster within.
>>> “Landing was full of excitement, surprises, sadness, and laughter. What a combination." Book Marks The Spot
The world gets murkier when Maya discovers a pair of angels who invite her into their lives. Now, she must choose between family or the promise of acceptance. The stakes grow higher when Maya’s greatest enemy returns. Vengeance may be within her grasp, but will Maya have to sacrifice one she loves to take it?
>>> “The only thing that was on my mind was what was going to happen next…and it became one of those walking while reading situations, because I didn't want to waste a single second of available reading time! :) This was a great read 5 Stars!!?” TBR Review Blog
Landing is J Bennett's action-packed, darkly-humorous sequel to Falling, and the second book in the paranormal adventure series, Girl With Broken Wings Series. Falling was just the beginning for Maya and her brothers.
>>> “This is by far the best book I have read in the series. This is where the nitty meets the gritty." Books, Books and More Books Blog
Warning: This book contains violence and strong language.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a great sequel. It brought back old rivals. What I liked the most was that Maya was also battling her inner demons. She had to pick between embracing her new self, or trying to stay as much like her old self as she could. This decision not only affects her future, but the future of her loved ones. When one of her loved ones is faced with death, because of her, Maya realizes what she needs to do. This was a fast read for me, and I really liked Maya. liked her more in this book, because I am really getting to know her. I also liked the secondary characters, and thought that they were great additions to the plot. I am giving this book a 4/5. I was given a copy to review, however all opinions are my own.