As a child, Appolion was dragged into Hell when his parents
sided with Lucifer during his attempt to take over Heaven.
Abused for countless centuries before finally being
exiled from Hell, Appolion wanders Earth, helping humankind
but isolating himself from everyone and everything, even his
Yet, Appolion wonít be able to stay on the sidelines
forever. He is
the fated Destroyer, an angel of rare gifts and abilities,
and part of the archangel Order of Four.
Demons from Hell are out to destroy him and a power
struggle in Heaven means justice angels are after Appolion
Constantly on the move, Appolion puts his faith in no one,
until the one angel he canít resist catches up to him.
Ana, an angel enforcer, has spent the past three years
The ex-justice angel is determined to bring Appolion
back to Heaven and reunite him with the rest of the Order.
But when Ana finally catches up with her troublesome
assignment, desire more powerful than either could have
imagined sparks between the two.
As danger threatens Appolion, Ana, and those they
hold dear, will the budding romance between the enforcer and
the Destroyer survive?
Once again, Stephani Hecht has written a fantastic,
Like the first two books in Ms. Hechtís Archangel series,
is a thrilling romantic read I could not put down.
picks up three years after the last book,
ends. The world
Ms. Hecht created continues to develop as the war between
demons and angels continues, even as the power struggles in
While Appolion and Ana are the center of the story,
the subplots and world building intertwine with the romance
A fast-paced, exciting read with endearing new characters
and familiar characters I love more with every book,
did not disappoint.
I liked Appolion and Ana before; I love them now.
Their romance was, in a word, lovely to watch unfold
and still makes me smile to think back on it.
In addition, I was eager to learn more about
supporting characters such as Cam,
Bear, and Michael and was delighted to watch their
Ms. Hecht definitely kept me on my toes the entire
book, seamlessly weaving twists I did not expect, but cannot
wait to see how they develop as the series continues.
For those new to the Archangel
series, there is just enough background information that
the book can stand on its own.
However, to gain a better understanding of the
storyline as a whole (as the storyline flows from one book
to the next), I would recommend reading
and Captive Angels
and I am on the edge of my seat waiting for the next
installment of Ms. Hechtís incredible