Since Rosalie is due to visit our blog next Monday, I thought you might like a little taste of her work. Here's my take on her debut novella.
|cover art by Brittany Smith|
by Rosalie Lario
Ebook available at various ebook outlets.
Review copy sent to me by the author. Thanks, Rosalie!
In Rosalie Lario’s new Paranormal Romance novella For Love of An Angel, the heroine, Eva Smyth lives in a New York, in a world where thirty years ago, a veil fell between the real and spiritual realms, and the Angels came. But the result was not like anyone on Earth might have expected. These Angels didn’t come to save humans, they enslaved them, instead, making everything one does in life, subject to their twisted Consortium rules. Her life, her home, her job and her future relationships, are all subject to their whims.
But there are some angels who resist this and would help the humans throw off this dictatorship. They are considered Fallen, outcast, and hunted by the Consortium. To consort with a Fallen means death. Michael is one such Fallen Angel, and when he appears in Eva’s living room claiming that she’s fated to be his mate…well, to say she’s surprised is an understatement. But, despite the danger, there’s something about Michael that Eva can’t resist. Could she really find love with a Fallen? And why is he so attracted to her, a measly little human, anyway? Could there be more to her than meets the eye?
In For Love of An Angel Rosalie Lario creates a unique world for Eva and her angelic lover, a dark dystopia, and an offer a girl would be a fool to pass up. The love between Eva and Michael will be tempting enough even for Paranormal Romance fans, while the heat these two generate together will please readers who prefer steamier stories. My grade?
For Love of An Angel makes for a very well done, compelling, and interesting read. Looking forward to book two! If you’d like to check this story out, it’s available on Kindle, at Amazon, on the Barnes and Noble’s Nook, and for other e-formats via Smashwords.
(this review's also posted at the Examiner, here, if you'd be so kind as to give it a click for me. :) Thanks!)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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