As the demon takes her into his arms and away from the flames, he begins to understand he isn't rescuing her; she's saving him....
"After speaking to the other angels on the team, I hang up my cell and sigh. No one's heard from Aaden in months. This bothers me not only as the leader but as his girl - which I'm not. Great. Now on top of being grounded, I'm sitting here acting girly and needy. Argh! Screw this! I start to head downstairs to plead my case with my parents when something out the window catches my eye. I lean in closer to get a good look. What I see astounds me: Soundlessly and without hesitation, the humans line up and jump off the roof one at a time."
©2014 Lola StVil (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
First let me say...that after reading the reviews...I was a bit worried. I have to say I do not agree with all the negativity. I rather enjoyed the story and its characters.
Pryor is a strong willed teenager with mounting weight on her shoulders. After all...who wouldn't when Death is your mother. Pryor is forced into her roll as the leader of her group...the group she abandoned the year earlier out of fear. Then...there is Aiden.....
Forbidden to love Pryor because of a deal that was made. Now how to break it.
On to book 2!
Both narrators were great. the only problem I had was that we still don't know what's going on with Silver, what happened while he was at the center, and why he can't be with Pryor. I'm kind of in suspense to get these answers and am seriously befuddled because normally a book can be predictable but this one was not. I want answers. great story as well.
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