Messenger's Angel (Lost Angels Series #2)

Messenger's Angel (Lost Angels Series #2)

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Messenger's Angel: A Novel of the Lost Angels 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Kayla_Marie627 More than 1 year ago
What more is there to say?! Heather has done it again!! Astory that truly captivates you and keeps you turning page after page unable to stop. I fell in love with Gabriel from day 1, and now that I have read his story, I am even more enchanted by him. Scotland and it's beauty only add to the delicious tale of the Archangel and his Archess. I will be on pins and needles waiting for the next book, just like I am with all her stories!! Love her and her work, it leaves me breathless and in a constant state of daydreaming! Xoxo!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the best book of Heather's I've read so far. The imagery that she uses to describe the scenes between the characters and sites are wonderful.
Crystal1205 More than 1 year ago
Messenger's Angel is an absolute must read. the visual details HKW writes draw you into her magical world so that you feel you are standing right there listening to Gabriel Black's scottish accent. you can see the green of the hills and just feel the history pour off the pages of this fantastic story. The story between Juliette and Gabriel had me turning the pages over and over. I was so captivated I couldn't put the book down till the very last page. I love reading about the angels and watch them find their perfect loves, their Archess. I have to saw the way HKW wrote the end so that this book will lead right into the next was amazing and made me want the next one the moment I finished this one. This is a must read series!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book, and the whole series, is so great! It leaves you captured in it... you never want to put it down! I cannot wait for Books 3 and 4 to arrive; I want to know what happens to Azrael and Michael!!!!!
MaryEMoritz More than 1 year ago
I so miss travel, but my faraway lands' fund rattles with mostly pennies these days, so I turn to the next best thing: books. I've just recently returned from the most unbelievable trip to Scotland, so exciting and adventure-filled and brilliant with the sights and sounds of Edinburgh, the Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, and other beautiful historic locations. The book that took me there is "Messenger's Angel," the second novel of Heather Killough-Walden's LOST ANGELS' series, and this time it is Gabriel, the former Messenger Archangel, who has located his archess after more than 2,000 years of searching. Uriel (alias Christopher Daniels) and Eleanor, from the opening book, "Avenger's Angel," have been sexily settling into married life. In "Messenger's Angel" Gabriel Black nicely comes into his own when he meets the lovely Juliette Anderson, PhD student in archeology on a project in Scotland. He immediately recognizes her as the woman he has been dreaming about, which means he has finally found his archess. Juliette recognizes something in his black wavy hair, silver eyes and taunting smile that feels awfully familiar to her - and disturbingly irresistible. In their case, a kiss is not just a kiss. But Juliette is a sensible girl, everyone knows that, and having received mostly nothing but negative reports about Gabriel she forces him to work at winning her over. There is so much to like about this novel, with its castles, dolmen stones, Highland magic and crashing ocean. But the characters rise up to the challenge of the land, as the stakes are raised this time. Kevin and his band of Adarians are back, stronger and more demented than ever. And of course Samuel Lambent, Samael, the filthy rich tycoon angel with a somewhat mysterious agenda involving the favored four, consistently stuns Juliette as he did Ellie, with his gorgeous looks, impeccable taste, tremendous wealth and power and cashmere charm. He remains a force to be reckoned with and often will stop at nothing. But the same can be said about Gabriel and his archangel brothers, Azrael (Death), Uriel (Vengeance), and Michael (Warrior), as well as their miraculous multitasking guardian Max Gillihan. Oh, and of course the first archess, Uriel's Ellie, who is a formidable force in many ways. The author's timing is impeccable and they consistently appear, or someone is transported to them, at just the right moment, upping the ante and the excitement. It is such delicious fun. "Messenger's Angel" is a book that will keep you turning the pages until there are no more to turn. It has action, moments that make you stop breathing and a romance deserving of the magical, beautiful locale. As usual, Heather Killough-Walden delivers scenes so vivid, invoking all of the senses, that they remain with me long after I read them. Scotland is now at the top of my Must See list, as "Messenger's Angel," added the element of another grand story to imagine among the grassy cliffs and ancient castle ruins. This is not only a good book to read when you can't travel to Scotland, it's a great book to read when you do.
LSFL More than 1 year ago
Heather is a great writer! Love this book can't wait for more from her. I couln't put the book down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story is a movie in my head playing over and over again. The detail put by Heather into this book puts you on the cliffs, in a cottage, in the castle and in the arms of an angel. As with all the characters she writes about I'm in love with this story and the men in them. Gabriel an angel finds his archess and a love as old as time. You will fight along with Gabriel and fall in love with his accent and just like me find yourself on google searching for the castle and the cliffs that were so vividly written in this book. You will be transported to Scottland and just like me want and have a scottish accent while reading this book. Great read and now waiting for the the tale of the Angel of death himself Az...( sigh). Remember to read her other books big bad wolf series, the Kings series, I am Sam October trilogy new coming out October 2012. A new book on July 13, 2012 called vampire, vampire. Look up Heather Killough-Walden on facebook for great teasers on her upcoming books. Not only is she a great writer but also down to earth and interactive with her readers. S. Bonilla.. july 6 2012. K.S U.S.A.
aphoenixrising More than 1 year ago
as a great fan of Heather KW and of Scotland, I was looking forward to this one, and it definitely delivered! I've been waiting patiently for this one to come out and it was worth the wait. Gabriel finds his archess, and the next book is told to us..and I'm just so excited :D
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved them all , I think a more series would be just amazing !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Such great writing.
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I love all her books. She has a wonderful writing talent.
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VivianaEnchantressofBooks More than 1 year ago
I really, really liked this one!! Significantly more than the first one! I couldn't put it down. Once it finished, I sat back and tried to figure out why I liked it so much more than the first. Definitely the location. I'm a sucker for Scotland and the fact that Gabriel has the Scottish accent, dreamy! The pace of this one was much better as well. While I understand that there is a lot of explaining that needs to take place in the first book of any new series, but I felt that it was too repetitive in the first. Also, while this is the second book in the series, I believe it can be read as a stand alone as this book does also explain the whole concept. Lots of action and great tension between the heroine and hero. Juliette is a great heroine. She is strong and independent and handles things extremely well considering the circumstances. You like her from the very beginning and fall in love with her by the end. Ahhh Gabriel! Swoon and drool worthy! Look up the definition of Alpha Male and his picture should be shown. Yet, he's not the "cave man" alpha. He is still sensitive and tuned into the needs of his love. He woes her! And while, granted both have the whole "love at first site" and the physical attraction is instant, he takes the time to woo her!! And when they do 'get to together' it's hot and intense! The Adarians (bad guys) are still after the archesses. We do get to learn a bit more about these fallen angels as the story is told from different POV and this includes Kevin's (Abraxos). To some extent, you feel sorry for them and may even understand their motivation, however, they are going about it the wrong way. Samael was my favorite character in the first book and we only get a glimpse of him in this one. However, we do find out just how powerful he is and I have a feeling that he's not showing all his cards yet. I mentioned before that there are different POV and I think that added a lot to this story. Gives you a better perspective of what is going on and even allows you to get to know the characters differently. Narrator Review: Gildart has a great voice and he is able to provide each of the characters with their own unique voice and tone. However, more times than I'd like, he uses the voice of the character that just spoke in the narrative. My biggest issue I have with Gildart narrating this series (this is the only series I've listened to that he narrates) is that he gives all the heroines' a valley girl voice/tone/accent. He did that for Eleanor (heroine in Avenger's Angel, bk 1) and it really didn't make me like the book as much. Granted, I thought it was just his interpretation of the character, however, he did it to every female character in this book as well. It really irked me that he's done this as, well, I'm sorry, it's an annoying tone of voice and while yes a stereo type, the girls don't sound smart. And all the women in this series are smart, both book and street smart. I will say that with Juliette, that valley girl tone was used more in conversations vs. her thoughts, but still. On a positive note regarding Gildart narration, I did LOVE his Scottish accent! Definitely made me fall for Gabriel! Swoon worthy!! Again Gildart has a wonderful voice that is great for male characters. I truly believe he would be perfect in situations where there are two narrators, one for the female characters and one for the males. Over all, a great and quick read! Will be getting the third book asap to see what happens!Yeah, the ending of this one leads straight into the next!! 
Katt23 More than 1 year ago
I love this book!! It is well written and the characters are great! I especially love that Gabriel is "Scottish"! :) Highly recommend this book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series!
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jrbingham1 More than 1 year ago
This second visit to the angels is a wonderful addition to Heather's world. Gabriel is the ultimate, the book is insightful, historical and romantic, with alot of danger and mystery included. Thank you Heather for another fantastic read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another wonderful work by Heather Killough Walden. Very enjoyable! Once again, I love how her characters and stories meld and flow together. Very talented!!