When homicide detective Alexandra Jarvis sees a photo of Seth Benjamin on a police bulletin, she knows that Heaven's plan to halt Armageddon has gone terribly wrong. As the only mortal who knows of Seth's true nature, only she can save him. Aramael was a hunter of Fallen Angels until a traitor forced him into earthly exile. Now, with no powers and only a faint memory of Alex, his mortal soulmate, he will stop at nothing to redeem himself-even if it means destroying Seth in the name of the Creator...
Reviewer: Amanda Haffery
When Detective Alexandra “Alex” Jarvis sees the face of Seth Benjamin on a police notice, she knows the proverbial crap is about to hit the fan. Welcome to the beginning of the Apocalypse folks. Now it’s up to Alex to find Seth and protect him and try to prevent what’s coming.
Exiled to earth due to a traitor, Aramel, a fallen angel, has lost all of his memories. Drawn to Alex, he’s nonetheless determined to redeem himself, even if it means destroying Seth in the name of The Creator. Unfortunately, his and Alex’s actions may just destroy the world regardless.
Holy smokes I don’t think I’ve read a better fallen angels/apocalypse story. I’m beating myself up for not realizing there was a previous book though. I’ll definitely be reading that one right away now. I can’t get enough of Alex…she’s such a tough heroine. She’ll do anything to make the right thing happen even if it means putting herself and her happiness last. Aramel made my heart melt. He’s sort of broken yet hard. Once you get through his shell though, he’s perfect. He’s sexy and dark. I couldn’t wait to get to the end of the book to see how it would end and what I might have to look forward to next. Now, I just want the next book! Heaven, Hell and otherworldly beings on earth added together with non-stop action made Sins of the Son a rare treat.
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