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Nephilim by Mary Ann Loesch


by Mary Ann Loesch

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This book was sent to me via Pump Up Your Promotions Book Tour, thank you to Dorothy Thompson for such an interesting book.

The main characters in this book are Faye, a half angel half human. She has had her fill of Angels and is less than pleased when Azal contacts her looking for her to look into Nathan Ink who runs a tattoo shop and the tattoos are anything but normal. For Faye this is her hardest thing to deal with as Azal allowed her parents and boyfriend to be killed while he was suppose to be guarding them.

Nathan Ink, runs a local tattoo parlor where patrons get tattoos of the seven deadly sins if people choose to clean up their act from whatever sin is plaguing them then the tattoo has done it's job and is just a reminder to stay on the clean and narrow if they ignore it fate intervenes. Azal tells Nathan to protect Faye from something that is after her.

Azal is an angel and guardian to Faye. Knowing he failed her when her family died, he's been trying to help her ever since even when she despises him. He knows more than he says to Nathan or Faye. Something dark is haunting Faye and he needs Nathan to protect her from what it is.

This book definitely has tons of paranormal and mystery in it. People are dying and Faye is determined to find out what it is and how it is connected to Nathan Ink. She is also suffering with recurring dreams of a dark haired boy who she can't recall who he is or who is planting the boy in her dreams.

Nathan is also suffering affects of this thing that is stalking Faye, when it is near the headaches are extremely intense, and Angels are disappearing as well. Now it's up to Faye and Nathan to figure this out before it's too late.

What a great story and characters. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about the angels and Faye. Was glad to see the angels band together to defeat Sammael and for him to get a karmic ending. I was very pleased that Lucifer was shown in a more positive light as opposed to how he is normally viewed. Was sad by the ending but what good book doesn't have sad parts one I could read again and again! ( )
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