With the launch of her new Lost Angels series, Killough-Walden offers readers a sizzling novel populated with highly intriguing characters, not the least of which is the “villain.” Good story pacing, believable characters and sizzling sex add up to an author and a series to watch!
Uriel, the former Archangel of Vengeance and his brothers Michael, Gabriel and Azrael have spent millennia hunting for the female angels created for them. The archesses were lost to Earth when Samael lead a revolt against the “old man.” In his most recent identity Uriel is movie heartthrob Christopher Daniels, and during a publicity stop in a bookstore restroom, Uriel discovers his archess Eleanore Granger. Because of her unique abilities, Ellie has been on the run from mysterious men in paramilitary gear, so she is not interested in high-profile Christopher. Then Ellie is approached by another handsome man, the media mogul Samuel Lambert, who is also not what he seems. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Nov., 416 pp., $7.99)