Wednesday, May 23, 2018

REVIEW: Her Black Wings by A.J. Norris

Her Black Wings
The Dark Amulet Series Book 1
A. J. Norris

Amalya Rivers longs to die and end her lonely existence—but it doesn’t work out that way…

A former runaway turned criminal, Amalya is murdered and thrust into a treacherous world full of red-skinned, horned beasts under the control of the Demon Ruler, Abaddon, instead of enjoying peace and serenity like she hoped. But saving a young child from a certain brutal death in the last moments of her life has earned her a chance at salvation. 

Elliott the Redeemer wants no part in saving another soul…

After one too many failures at redeeming lost souls, the nail-biting, self-pitying Elliott has had enough of his work and would prefer to live out his eternity on Earth drowning in bourbon. It doesn’t matter that Amalya has grown black feathered wings signifying the good that still dwells within her. He can’t risk failure again.

Amalya must save someone from her past in order to escape Abaddon’s rule…

She has to prevent the now grown child she saved from committing murder or risk returning to Netherworld with Abaddon for good. She can’t do it alone, though. Amalya needs the help of the angel sent to guide her, but their emerging love might not be enough to convince Elliott she’s worth the risk. 

Amalya loves her black wings. She knows she’s meant to be an angel—and she will stop at nothing to prove it…

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"Taint lived all around them. There was no escaping its reach. Negative emotions were everywhere, but what one chose to do with those feelings was up to the individual."

What a FANTASTIC read this was!!

The characters were phenomenal. I absolutely LOVED the story between Amalya and Elliot and the demons that they faced together.

The story-line was remarkable. So much happened in this story and so many connections were made that I just couldn't seem to put this down. I was completely reeled into the story. I loved how each character had a connection in the story and I felt as if I was part of the story with them, feeling every feeler that each character felt. And the lesson that was mixed into the story was just amazing and left me thinking about how true it is in the real world long after I finished reading the story. This is for sure one of my favorite reads of 2018 and I highly recommend it.

CAUTION: Due to some scenes in the book, reader discretion is advised.

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