Wings of the Wicked

Wings of the Wicked

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BN ID: 2940155669104
Publisher: Rebecca Hamilton
Publication date: 01/08/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,923
File size: 3 MB

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Wings of the Wicked 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous 11 days ago
I volunteered to read and review an advanced readers copy of SARIEL by Maddie Wade . I also purchased the boxset of Wings Of The Wicked . Wow ! Who doesn't love Angels , throw in sexy alpha hot angels . Yes thank you . I really enjoyed reading this paranormal romance story . It was fantastic . I cannot wait to read more stories in this collection . This story is so well written and a very action packed storyline . I couldn't put it down . I love the strong woman Jenica is . She's Perfect for the warrior Sariel . I highly recommend reading this great story
Anonymous 12 hours ago
Some really great stories, can never get enough
GetYaWings 1 days ago
This review is for CHASING FATE by J.R. Thorn... if/when I read more I'll update. This was my first J.R. Thorn book but certainly won’t be my last. Aside from the fact that I now need all I can get of this world, there’s the fact that there is so much going on. Urban Fantasy is pretty awesome if done right, and this is done right—there are vampires, angels, demons, witches, succubi and more but it’s pretty plausible. Throw in a badass protagonists, loads of action, heat, drama and some real feels and… is there anything this book doesn’t have? This one’s also served to win me over to RH, as this instance is an example of all the genre can be. Past attempts for me (other authors) revealed no plot, just orgies, basically. If you’re looking for an RH with substance, and real connections, look no further than J.R. Thorn. There was even a fun little twist before it ended; I’d definitely like to see more from this author and read on in this world. Cover: Beautiful and perfectly relevant. Formatting: Clean. Editing/Proofing: Pretty clean proofing-wise and good continuity, decent character development. Well done. 4.5 stars
Neesie315 8 days ago
This is a review of "Arija and the Burning City". This is the third book in Zachary Chopchinski's "Hall of Doors" series and they just keep getting better and better! This series is hard to categorize but I would call it a mix of Urban Fantasy and Steampunk. Mostly, I call it great fun! Adal and Arija's friend, the mechanical boy, Kip, is missing again and Arija is determined to rescue him. However, Adal has promised Webley that he will stay in the World Machine to help him battle evil forces. After Arija enters the door to find Kip, Adal realizes that he shouldn't have let her go alone and decides to follow. Needless to say, mayhem ensues in this new, disturbing world! The Burning City is full of fallen angels, succubi, demons, monsters that will eat you with their many mouths and the worst nightclub that I have ever encountered! There is plenty of action (of course!), lots of strange creatures and difficult times for our hero and heroine. And the reappearance of their psychopathic friend, Ypsilon, is a wonderful addition to the story. The dialogue is wonderful with plenty of Mr. Chopchinski's expected snark and I found myself laughing out loud several times. No matter how much danger these characters face, they are always ready with the snarky remarks. The action scenes are well written and I could almost see it in my mind as I read. Sometimes, the action is so fast paced that you have to remind yourself to slow down and just enjoy! Some of my favorite quotes: "All sacrifices must be purchased inside. Do not bring your own victims." "Well, isn't this place like every crappy sci-fi movie ever?'" "What is the fun of pestilence if it is not around long enough to enjoy?" And, finally, we get to see if Adal and Arija will ever realize that they belong together. The readers have known the answer for a long time and this book gives us the answer in a very steamy scene. But, is the steam between our two protagonists or will Adal be duped by the Succubus, Starelle? Stay tuned to find the answer! I hope that this series continues for a long time. It is a greatly entertaining story and I love Mr. Chopchinski's imagination! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review
NicoleSt 9 days ago
25 great authors coming together for one awesome bundle! I cannot wait to finish the rest of the stories (just a couple more to go) but I love everything I have read so far. I'll definitely come back to this one and reread again and again!
Rainn2978 10 days ago
25 different stories by authors that I love? I definitely am in! I'm working on reading all of the stories in this now but I have finished Torn by Ditter Kellen. This book is a different take on an angel that has fallen. Exodus is a fallen angel on the brink of being judged and hopefully being able to go home. He has spent 1,000 years in exile as punishment and believes he has proven that he repents his sin. Until he meets a girl who is terminally ill. Who hasn't had a chance to really live even though she is an adult. And she gets dragged into the middle of the fight for his soul. I loved this book! I just wish it had been longer since it was that good! Niki is such a likable woman and no matter how much she has dealt with in her short life, she still manages to try to be happy and live as much as she is able. E is a male who made one mistake and was punished severely for it. He is on the brink of getting what he has always wanted. Never expecting that what he would want would change. I loved how this one ended up! Not only with the way things played out but with the way it ended. It was perfect! Can't wait to finish the rest of them now!
Anonymous 10 days ago
Son of Chaos by Lexi C Foss - Amazement! I love the worlds that Eve and Xai love in. Okay, I don’t actually love Hell, but I love the way it’s written so visibly that I feel like I’m right there with the characters. Great read and can’t wait to read more about Eve and Xai.
Anonymous 11 days ago
(Review for Arija and the Burning City by Zachary Paul Chopchinski) I’m really enjoying Zachary Chopchinski’s Hall of Doors series and Arija and the Burning City does not disappoint. The world that Arija, Kip, Ypsilon, and Adal visit this time is darker and even more intense. Welcome to hell, ladies and gents, where the demons are monsters and so are the angels. It was interesting to see Adal and Arija separated. They’ve always had each other’s backs, until now. In this book, they have to each survive on their own. It’s a new look at loved characters. I love how Mr Chopchinski has created a universe with such varying world within. Get family characters and then watch as they get thrown into new worlds and new rules! I received a free copy of this book via Book sprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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