Review: Wings on Fire by Ann Omasta

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☆☆➹⁀☆5 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

 

What it’s about:

I have one job… Keep Kerry safe.
She’s in the hospital, so I guess that makes me a crappy guardian angel.

It is supposed to be simple. Kerry is my charge. My task is to silently watch over her and keep her out of harm’s way.
I’ve never before had a problem just keeping my humans alive. But Kerry is different. Everything about her draws me in. My wings are literally burning with desire for her.

I’m tempted to reveal myself to her, even though I know I shouldn’t.

She makes me vulnerable. My vulnerability puts her at risk, and I can’t allow that.

When passion and danger mix, what will happen to Daniel and Kerry? Will they fall from their tightrope balance of denying instincts and satisfying desires? Find out NOW by diving into Wings on Fire.

Cliffhanger ending alert: We wanted give you a free way to meet Daniel, the sexy angel in this book, and let him capture your heart. Most readers report being so enthralled by the exciting story line, they are anxious to continue reading the series.

Daniel may be an angel, but he’s no saint!

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Guest Reviewer Fran’s Thoughts:

I loved this book from the beginning to the end. It was fun, intriguing, sexy and well-written.  I was never sure what or how Ann Omasta was going to deal with a guardian angel named Daniel meeting the human he was supposed to be watching over and coming to her in a form that she could understand.  The heroine, Kerry, is adorable. She is genuinely sweet, compassionate, loving—and as we find out as the story unfolds—truly amazing. She is someone you want to love and apparently so did Daniel, even though it was completely forbidden. 

 

At the beginning, you find yourself in the hospital with Kerry after Daniel drops the ball and for a split second takes his eyes off of Kerry and she is hit by a car. This was not in the rule book for Daniel; he was supposed to be watching over her. Should he break all the rules and show himself to her and profess his love for her?  Kerry, in a coma, is able to speak with Daniel for what seems like eternity, and the two of them revisit her past and her life. They explore questions as they are entwined in a passionate interchange which is at the heart of the story. 

 

How Omasta describes the afterworld is fascinating.  She is able to weave a believable story that addresses and suggests answers to so many afterlife questions such as the existence of heaven and hell, the role of angels and what has really happened to those loved ones that have died and left this earth… or have they? 

 

This is the first of three in a series.  The end keeps you on the edge of your seat and I am really looking forward to reading the next book in the series.  

 

 

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