Thursday, July 12, 2012

Book Review: Flesh and Feathers

          Today's review is on Flesh and Feathers by April Fifer

While some books seem to drag on and on, Flesh and Feathers takes off from the very first page and doesn't stop. In fact, it is this readers opinion that it goes so fast that there is some vital information that seems to be missing. Never the less, the story was enjoyable and captivating enough to keep me turning page after page.

Azaleigh; Az, Carlton’s life has been anything but easy. Her father left when he found out that her mother was pregnant, so he has never been a part of her life, and her mother had passed away just ten years earlier. Thankfully she's had Tannah; her mother's best friend, to look after her. But working at Tannah's little diner with her friend Jen, doesn't leave much time for going out to have fun, or dating. That all changes one evening though when a glowing pink sign catches her eye.

Sitting at the bar, she is captivated by the handsome bartender Kale. And though he's not much for conversation, they fall in love. Just when Az feels that everything is going fantastically, she is attacked by someone or something she cannot explain. It's only by Kale's brute angelic strength, and the speed of Jen's driving skills that save her.

Unknown to Az, she is an Arch. The Angel that will lead the others into the new Heaven. And as being such, the "tainted ones" are after her, and it will take Tannah, Jen, Gage, and Kale to keep her safe.

Flesh and Feathers is off to a decent start, though I would have liked it better if it was more properly edited. However, once again I am hooked to yet another series. I have questions that I need answered, and a vested interest in the relationship between Az and Kale; Yes, I am team Kale, so I will be looking out for the next book in the series.

3 of 5 stars
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