Angel Lila is being hunted—she can feel the hunter closing in behind her. Every move she makes, he’s stalking after her. But does the werewolf on her trail want to destroy her—or can he protect her from the growing darkness that she is trying so desperately to fight?
Werewolf Rayce Lovel doesn’t know what to do with an angel—especially one who makes him think too much about paradise. Lila may be heavenly, but every time he’s near her, Rayce wants to sin. Angels aren’t supposed to feel, but Lila was introduced to the world by way of pain. Pain is all she’s known for far too long, and now, Rayce is tempted to introduce gorgeous Lila to pleasure.
But the longer an angel stays out of heaven, the more dangerous she can become. Lila sinks deeper into the darkness with each night that passes, and she finds herself becoming a pawn in an eternal battle…good versus evil. Is Rayce really her protector? Perhaps he is just the hungry wolf who has been sent to ensure that Lila never sets foot back in her paradise.
A fallen angel has a bad side…and that side is about to be set free.
Throughout the Bad Things series, the fight between the good and the supposedly bad brother and those who they hold dominion over has left readers questioning just where the lines are drawn. Luke, aka the Big Bad, might have Rayce’s unwavering loyalty, but now we are starting to see a lot more of Leo as he is in a race against the dark side to find the fallen angel, Lila.
Lila knows she's been betrayed and will do anything to stay off angelic radar but she's becoming something different and it's only through Rayce that she starts to feel but can she trust herself to do the right thing? As an angel, Lila, doesn't feel and is at peace but after all her trials and the torture she has been subjected to it's impossible for her not to change but boy does the author have a surprise or two instore!
I cannot express how much I enjoy this series. Yes, it's well written, sexy too, but it's the twisting overall arc that simply grips me. I've read many books by Ms Eden and continue to be astounded by her imagination.
If like me, you are love the Bad Things series, then can I suggest reading her Purgatory series too? Although for now I'm happy to wait and see what happens next as a certain muse just might be on the Lords' agenda, but will she end up good or bad? Hmm in the blue corner we have Luke and in the red corner Leo so perhaps it's time for the assumptions to cease!