The Human Side

The Human Side

by Heaven Liegh Eldeen

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Overview

The Human Side by Heaven Liegh Eldeen

From above, Etta's life seems to be calming down in the town of Quantico, Virginia, but with every passing moment away from his love, Rahovart finds the emptiness unbearable.
After redeeming himself once again as an Arch, Rahovart is still unable to let his past go. Needing to be near Etta, he strikes a deal with Father-except it turns into a mission with great consequences.

With Arch Angel Gabriel in tow, Rahovart sets out to prove himself worthy of Etta's love, only to face discouragement from Etta's father, John, and her new boyfriend, Tristan-on top of the threats made to Etta. Would he be able to protect her if she no longer remembered him or shared they love the once held so dearly?

One thing's for sure: The past, with all of its secrets and lies will come back to haunt them all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781304379566
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication date: 09/11/2013
Pages: 198
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

Yes I can!’ attitude, determination and support from her family, she completed her first novel The Demon Side, which released in October 2011 and has been a finalist for best paranormal romance in Romcom Inc.’s 2011 Reader Crown Awards as well as Oklahoma Romance Writers of America 2012 International Digital Awards. When she’s not kissing owies, climbing Mount Dishmore, or obsessing over her Facebook book page, you can find her at the computer revising or editing one of her five works in progress or Saturday evenings as a co-host to KMYC’s 1410AM The Dirt’s with Lori Schulz. Having lived in many states, she has now settled down in California with her husband, her son, and a beta fish named Barry and guinea pig Skunkers.

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The Human Side 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
donnas1 More than 1 year ago
This book was an excellent follow up to The Demon Side. I had no problems falling right back into the story even though I had read the first quite a while ago. The characters are well-developed and interesting and their world is much like ours. In fact it could actually be ours and we just don’t see the demons and angels around us. The setting is very realistic and you see the characters battling not only with the battle they are engaged in for good versus evil but also with many modern issues we all deal with – money, school, fights with parents and friends. I don’t want to say too much about the story and cause spoilers. But we do see some old favorites and some new interesting characters in this one. And its great to see what happened after the first book. I really enjoyed seeing the characters evolve and there was a twist at the end that was completely unexpected. Actually there ended up being more than one. I am sure I read about there being another book. I cant wait to read it and find out what happens next and how these twists we encountered might change things for both sides. This and the first are quick reads. And I recommend you read them in order. This is a series to catch up on now, you want to be ready to see what happens next.
Autumn2 More than 1 year ago
I received this book to give an honest review. So I really enjoyed book one "The Demon Side" and I figured this would be just as good. There are some good fight scenes. A lot more of Ra trying to win Etta's heart over by being human. Ra is not thinking of what his actions are doing to everyone. He has still been visiting Etta even though she doesn't know it. So when God gives him a choice on what to do with Etta Ra picks the only thing he can. To be with her but in a human form, not the handsome Angel he is. Ra has a challenge to win Etta back she is grown now and in college. She is no longer a young girl she is living with the demons but they seem not to be affecting her like before. Now towards the end you get a bit of a twist on who Etta really is and I thought that to be pretty cool. And her dad is not all human either I thought that was pretty cool. God is trying to get Ra to learn that he needs to realize everything he does has an affect on someone and this is a lesson that Ra ends up learning. Good and evil are still fighting for Etta and who will win? Now a funny part in here was when Gabriel and Ra are both human and they are realizing their human male parts. Gabriel "Oh, please. I'm packing an anaconda compared to your earthworm." To which Ra responds back, "It's not the size that is of any importance. It's all in how you use it." Just them talking about their male parts was way to funny being as they are angels. I do wonder if there will be a third book in this series. As I do not see Lucifer giving up Etta that quickly. And what one review said "maybe another book called "The Angel Side." Now that would be a good read and an awesome title to go with the other two books. :D
kherbrand More than 1 year ago
 I had the opportunity to read both of these books back to back, so I am going to give you my thoughts on the two of them together.  You can read on down for more individual information and excerpts from each book.  I actually liked The Demon Side, Book One better than The Human Side, Book Two.  In The Demon Side, we meet the demon, Rahovart the Heir, who has been living in this house, or I should say, whatever dwelling was on this property, for centuries.  He cannot remember much of anything prior to waking up on the banks of a river, close to where he now resides.  He has spent his existence tormenting whomever happens to be the latest tenants.  Then he meets Etta.  She seems like a harmless teenage girl, and he thinks it will be easy to get the latest family to leave -- that is, until Etta actually speaks to him and tells him to please get out of her way.  Whhaaattt??  She can see him?   Where Rahovart was interested in getting them to leave before, now he wants to get to know her better and learn why she can see him! I am not sure why this book appealed to me more than book two did.  Maybe because it was sort of like a Beauty and the Beast beginning?  I thought that Book 2 would be Etta's perspective, but it turns out that Rahovart gets sent back to earth as a human to try to get Etta to remember the feelings that they had for each other.  They were both quick reads but I did get a little confused at times with the different hierarchies in the demon and angel worlds.  That soon sorted itself out though.  I am wondering if there is going to be a third book called The Angel Side? 
Bitten-By-Love-Reviews More than 1 year ago
This was a good book about fallen angels. It is a continuation to The Demon Side. In this story the main characters already knew each other. Even though it is a contination the author does a wonderful job of making sure the reader is not totally lost. We have Etta who is a human and Rahovart who is an angel. Even though Etta doesn’t remember Rahovart, he remembers her. He watches over her and tries to protect her even though she has guardians. When Rahovart is sent back to earth to keep a closer eye on Etta; and to prove that they were ment to be together he jumps at the chance. He is accompanied by Gabriel when he returns to Earth. Gabriel and Ra try to find out what is allowing the demons to cross over and torment Etta with nightmares. They soon realize that a portal is opening allowing the demons to come to the human realm. It becomes a battle of good ad evil ad Ra tries to protect Etta and win her love.