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The final installment in the Fallen Angel trilogy concludes the epic tale of heaven versus hell and the consequences of forbidden love.

She was forbidden, and I gave everything to be with her. My grace. My wings. My place in heaven. But still, she was taken from me. Now, thousands of years later, I’ve found her in another life, but she doesn’t know me, and her heart belongs to another.

The other Watchers are getting bolder. Soon war will be here. With every fight, I grow closer to heaven but farther from my Selah. I can’t lose her again, not when she’s finally within my grasp. I’ll make her see, help her remember us. She is mine. I won’t let her go. I can’t.

©2017 Kim Loraine (P)2017 Kim Loraine

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The best way to end 2017!

What a way to finish out the listening year for me. I have to preface this with the fact that I am not a paranormal listener, but I love Kim Loraine. When I heard she was writing this series, I was very skeptical, and after the first book, I was hooked. The characters in this series drew me in, I fell in love and could not wait for the next audio release. With that being said, Sariel's story is the perfect culmination of the trilogy, giving all the feels and suspense I needed to feel like the story had come to completion. Sariel is a fallen angel, and has finally after thousands of years found his soulmate, Selah. But finding her and being able to be with her are two completely different things. Sariel has to overcome many obstacles and in the end may not be able to be with his true love. The return of our favorites, Declan, Reese, Galen and Willow also gives that feeling of connection and family. Their bonds are so strong, they will do anything for each other. There is heartbreak and loss, love and warmth, betrayal and hope all in this story as Kim Loraine shows us the intensity of true love that no matter the situation, you will find your destiny.

I can't say enough about Will Watt and Susan Fouche. The audio of this trilogy is beyond perfection. Each gives such emotion in this story, your heart will ache and as fast as that happens, you will fill with hope. Their ability to capture the essence of these characters is impeccable.

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Storyline & Audiobook Narration That's To Die For

I barely have the right words to describe this book and the narration. No, Really!!! I literally had to listen to this twice, back-to-back before coming back to write this review. I absolutely loved this series and I really thought I had made up my mind and Devin would be my favorite but then Releasing The Watcher came along and gave me Sariel and Selah! They have amazing chemistry, love their struggle and journey to be together! I can't wait for the witches' spin off to this series, i know it will be amazing and also hearing more about the other fallen angels and their journeys. I want more Gabriel!

ok, the narration, holy hot tamale! Will Watt...A-MAZING!!!! It can't get better than Will doing all the male voices and the accents are to die for! Susan Fouche does such an awesome job with all the female narrations and I loved her as Selah, it was the perfect voice! Duet narration is the way to go and this one is a must listen!!!!

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Releasing the Watcher is here!!

What a book to finish the Fallen Angel Trilogy. Kim Loraine has delivered a powerful finish to a wonderful series. This is Sariel and Selah's story and how they came to be in modern day Seattle and found their way back to each other. And this wouldn't be a final book without seeing some old friends from the previous books - Devin, Willow, Galen, and Reese. I loved how she took us on a journey of the fallen angels and their story. It gives a different perspective on what we already know. This book has the twists and turns to everything interesting right up until the very end. Loved it all!
The narrators for this book were just perfect. Will M Watt, Susan Fouche, and Felecity Foster do such a wonderful job portraying all the characters that you felt like several narrators (more than 3) were narrating the book.

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Completes the series

Typically I do not listen to books of this genre but I love the writing style of Kim Lorraine and the narration is phenomenal! Will M Watt was absolutely awesome for Sariel. Susan Fouche was outstanding as Selah and Felicity Foster did fantastic with the witches. This book was a perfect completion to the series and I loved the happy ending. Some of my favorite characters from the other books in this series were included in this story too. This book is a standalone listen, but it really is so much more enjoyable starting with Waking the Watcher, then listening to Denying the Watcher. I loved how this book has suspense and unending amount of hope.

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The perfect ending

If reading the book was great the audiobook was simply mind-blowing.
Will M Watt is the perfect Sariel, he portayes his character really perfect. The best thing of his narrattion is that you can clearly distinguish from one character to the other.
Susan Fouche narration was really good as always.
As for Felicity Foster I believe she was the perfect addition to the audiobook, her narrattion was truly great, her accent and the way she brings to life the witches voices was truly great.

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amazing

listening to this brings it to life in a whole new way love it so much

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Will Watt as a fallen angel is absolute HEAVEN!

Releasing the Watcher is third and final installment to The Fallen Angel Series and what a way to end this epic tale!

Epic, spellbinding, and perfectly alluring! Sariel will steal your heart and never let go and his love for Selah will leave an indelible mark on your literary soul. Releasing the Watcher is the grand finally The Fallen Angel series deserves! Bravo, Kim Loraine, on this awesome series. All the stars.

Will M. Watt is afreakingmazing in his narration. I swear to baby Jesus the man could read a fortune cookie and it would be completely enthralling. So him as Sariel was nothing short of epic and also so damn hot. Susan Fouche was awesome as Selah. I loved the sassiness and strength she brought out of her. Felicity Foster was a nice, although small, addition to the narration. I enjoyed her portrayal of the witches and look forward to more narrations from her. Great story and superb narration make this a must listen.

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Wow another Hit for Kim Loraine

5 out of 5 stars if I could have give more I would have. Omg Kim Loraine has wreaked me with this amazing story! if I could have give it 10 stars I would have. Words can not even express how this story wreaked me! It is a must read and a great way to finish this series. Sariel has had finally gotten released and has his own body now he can find his soul mate! The only problem is Selah is engaged to another man. Sariel is so drawn to her he can't stop looking for her even when he is suppose to watching for the fallen. Selah can't understand her attraction to Sariel. Will Selah remember who he is and will Sariel finally have his Soul mate? This book is one of the most Epic book I have read this year. Will Watts made these men come to life and I live his work! Susan did and amazing job along with Felicity!

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Stunning!!

To say it in Galen’s words: „F***ing hell“– what a spellbinding ending to an epic paranormal romance trilogy. Years I have refrained from reading any more paranormal, although it had been all I’ve read once. I cannot even tell what it is about this series …. All I know is that I have been drawn to it like moths to the flame and I’m fascinated by it ever since. Phenomenal. Alluring. Perfect. There are just no strong enough words to describe the awesomeness that is the fantasy world that Kim Loraine created for this series. Vampires, arc angels, fallen angels, witches – even incubi – they all have a place in this compelling world of paranormal, folklore and a bit mixed-in religion.

Sariel … He was far from my favorite character back when it all began. But, like Devin, he did a lot to redeem himself since then and I grew to love him and his undying, eternal love for Selah. Falling from grace and giving up eternity – no sacrifice is too big to get back his soul mate, as forbidden as their love might be. When he finally finds her again, she has no idea who he is – and not only that: She is engaged to another man…

RELEASING THE WATCHER is another brilliantly complex and scorching hot story and with that a more than worthy finale to The Fallen Angel series. And as sad and devastated as I am to see these characters go, I loved that sentence in the author’s acknowledgements about closed but not locked doors – it dares me to hope that this might not be the last we have seen of these amazing and soulful characters.

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It was time for a re-read of RELEASING THE WATCHER, or rather, it was time for the audio book. And, oh my god, I absolutely, totally loved it the first time around, but the narration just gives it that extra layer to make it into utter excellence.

There really are no words to describe how much Will M. Watt manages to enrapture me every single time. His smooth voice, his perfect to-die-for accents … I’m a swoony mess every single time. There are a few favorite male narrators for me, but he has to be my top favorite, hands down. He could read the telephone book and I would listen, totally enthralled.

Susan Fouche also has a huge part in making this listen the breathtaking experience it is. The emotion, the distinct voice for every character… it’s beautiful.

Then there was the small portion Felicity Foster narrated. I loved the introduction of her and cannot wait to listen to more of her works when she brings the witches of Ms. Loraine’s next series to life!

Duet – err, triad – narration is truly my absolute favorite narration style. And that coming together with these amazing voice actors who capture the very essence of each and every character like they do… it’s a must-listen for sure!

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Unique story that draws you in! Wonderful Series!


First off, I listened to this story with the Audible Romance Package, and the narration was great! Both narrator did an excellent job, and I'd definitely recommend listening if you have the chance. This series is unique and really draws the reader in. The story for Releasing the Watcher is interesting and I love the depth of passion the characters feel for each other. I think you should definitely start with the first book in the series before reading this one because there's a story that continues from the beginning, and previous characters are present in this book. This one features the story of Sariel and Selah. Sariel is a fallen angel that fell because he found his soulmate, Selah. This story features the story of how Sariel and Selah first met, and then it also features the story in the present. Sariel and Selah have had a tough road; especially Sariel, since he's had to wait with the knowledge of his love of Selah for years and years and years. The depth of love that Sariel has for Selah is amazing, and how much is has sacrificed to find a way to be with Selah, just touches the heart. There's so many forces against them. They have some dangerous people going against them. It all makes for a page turning story. The one thing I didn't care for much was Selah. She's fine, but I expected more for Sariel. He fell for this woman, so she had a lot to live up to, and for me, she fell shortly. The whole burlesque angle didn't work for me. I wanted her to aspire to be more than a principle in a burlesque show. Maybe since I was listening, I may have missed her having more aspirations, but it didn't seem like it. She also didn't really do much to better the situation, she's pretty much a damsel that causes problems. This series is sort of gritty, and the author tends to have things work out, but not work out fully. Overall, the story draws you in and is unique. I'll continue to read books by Kim Loraine. She has an interesting way to tell a story.