My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I liked this one a bit more than book one because there was a bit more meat to the story rather than just – make angel and demon fall in love (because I didn’t really buy into the Uriel plot or the “find the Gilgamesh potion thingy).
In this one there was plotting in the Underworld to bring a bit more tension and the dynamic between the two protagonists in this one created its own difficulties as they were more diametrically opposed than Raziel and Botis had been in B1.
I also bought the connection between Anael and Zagan, which felt organic and a true partnership once they got over the little hiccup at the start.
I’ve enjoyed both books in the series, I like the alternative look at the whole Heaven v Hell conflict and the balance required to keep the world in existence and I’m looking forward to book three when, hopefully Uriel gets his own happy ever after.
#ARC kindly provided by the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.