Source: Public Library
Redemption isn’t a word Jim Heron knows much about – his specialty is revenge, and to him, sin is all relative. But everything changes when he becomes a fallen angel and is charge with saving the souls of seven people from the seven deadly sins. And failure is not an option. Vin DiPietro long ago sold his soul to his business, and he’s good with that – until fate intervenes in the form of a tough-talking, Harley-riding, self-professed savior. But then he meets a woman who will make him question his destiny, his sanity, and his heart – and he has to work with a fallen angel to win her over and redeem his own soul.
Words alone cannot express how very, very disappointed I am with this book. I really like Ward and had high hopes for this book. It’s the first in a series and to be honest, I was hoping for another Black Dagger Brotherhood. No such luck. I just don’t care about Jim or Vin or Marie-Terese or Devina. I kept reading long after I would have stopped with another author because of Ward’s track record, but finally gave up around the 28th chapter. Thought I would push through and finish it, but simply can’t read another word.
My problems were mainly with the characters and the plot, as the writing itself wasn’t bad. Don’t get me wrong, as I think that Ward is a talented writer, but this series just isn’t for me. I didn’t care about Jim, who comes back from the dead with a mission to save souls. Didn’t care about either Vin, who is his first mission, or the two women in Vin’s life. And the plot didn’t move fast enough for me either. To put it simply, I was bored.
All in all, I was very disappointed with this book. Looking forward to the next one in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, but won’t be reading any future books in the Fallen Angels saga. Think this is only the second book I haven’t been able to finish since I’ve started blogging, so hoping my next book will be better!