What most residents of Serendipity
Falls donít know is that their town is a hotbed of
paranormal activity. Bridget is a witch working for the
Agency, an organization which sends Bridget and her team to
Serendipity Falls to keep the balance against the darker
demonic forces that come through the enchanted portal at the
waterfalls, making sure that the townspeople remain
oblivious. As chaos begins to seep in from the portal,
Bridget finds herself continuously distracted by Talon, the
one man she can never have.
Talon is an angel fallen from grace and
well-versed in dark magic. Once Bridgetís guardian, he
canít resist the temptation that is his former charge. Even
being on opposite sides of the war isnít enough to quell
Talon and Bridgetís desire for one another, nor is it enough
to stop the growing love between the two. But when an
ancient prophesy comes to light, Talon and Bridget will have
to join forces for a battle that will either tie them
together or tear them apart for eternity.
Perhaps itís not the most eloquent turn
of phrase, but when it comes to The Fallen, I
can only say that I absolutely loved this book. Gwen Hayes
has created an interesting world I cannot help but be drawn
to, with characters I fell in love with and wanted to
continue to read about. Bridget is a delightful heroine.
Sheís smart, strong, and has hints of vulnerability when it
comes to Talon, which serves to make her more real to me.
Talon, in turn, is my favorite kind of hero. Heís dark,
sexy, protective, and slightly unpredictable, but always
sure in his love for Bridget. Both separately and together,
Talon and Bridget were appealing to read about. I found
myself unable to put their story down, eager to solve the
mystery of the prophesy and even more keen to see Talon and
Bridget find happiness together. The Fallen
is a winning combination of adventure and romance from
beginning to end; I can definitely say I fell for this tale.