Olivia is damned. All she wants is love, except what she is given is desire. She needs to find the loophole love would bring, but is beginning to think it is a lost cause.
Dominic O’Shaughnessy is a neuroscientist researching a mental illness he is sure he has.
Lives change when the two meet in Hell. Will they save each other or be damned for all eternity?
And Falling, Fly rocked my imagination. Skyler White wrote an intrigue blend of science and mythology about angels, vampires, and scientists with past lives and love. Ms. White put the vampire legend on its ear. I love her world and insight to the mythology we know and love.
Dominic is a wonderful blend of tortured soul and hard core scientist. I was fascinated by his mind and his visions. Olivia is broken in her heart and soul.
The interesting thing about And Falling, Fly is that Olivia is written in first person and Dominic is in third.
It brings a really cool quality to the overall story. I find it interesting that Dominic was third person because of his visions of what are believed to be past lives.
It really puts you into his head, whereas Olivia is in the beyond, the now and an angel.
I am Joyfully Recommending And Falling, Fly in
all its dark and wonderful glory.