has Fallen and does not recall anything from his life as an
angel. He hasnít just lost his memories; he has lost his
voice, his heavenly status and position. Rex, a Sidhe
farmer tending livestock and the fields in the wilds of
Scotland, rescues him from his earthly birth/grave. While
he recovers from this traumatic ordeal, the Sidhe is his
hope and haven in a strange and frightening new world.
growing feelings for Hunter could prove fatal because such a
powerful being, if driven to insanity by dark forces, could
prove deadly. He must tread carefully with his charge.
Danger waits in the form of a hungry succubus intent on
feeding. Rex must prepare Hunter for the trials that face
pleasurable surprise! Bad Angels: Falling
puts the B in bodacious. I was hoping for something unique,
and Ms. McBride delivered. I offer my lavish thanks.
McBride has created an exquisite gem of a story copious with
folklore and mythology. Christian tradition is beautifully
interspersed with Scottish/Irish paganism. Hunter and Rex
wonderfully symbolize the essence of culture and religion
merging together into something wonderful. I fell in love
as they fell in love. Gorgeous.
language is picturesque and enthralling; I was captivated by
the graphic and lush visuals. I was also impressed by the
intricate character development, the sheer intensity and
details explicitly and expertly utilized to breathe life
into all the characters. The historical setting is
glittering framework to the authorís artistic and lyrical
writing. This series is an erotically charged literary work
of art, which is why it I had to recommend it to readers.