"Stacy’s face distorted, twisting into an expression of horror as she dropped her umbrella and began to claw at my grip with her free hand. I needed to let go, but oh, God, it felt so good. The velvet of her skin under my fingertips, the sensations flowing from my hand into my very core. It felt like I was glowing."
Romance is tricky when other people are repulsed by even the slightest touch of your flesh. Hell, everyday life is difficult. Particularly when deep down inside, I know I’m a monster. Why do I crave something so obviously twisted and wrong?
I planned to end it all, but SHE had other ideas.
My name is Cage McCormick, and an angel smashed through my kitchen window to stop me from killing myself. She claims she can help me feel whole for the first time in my life, but I can’t shake the suspicion that I’m going to see a lot more darkness before I’m ever led into the light.
Sigh. I just love Erin McFadden's books. Her characters always come to life so easily for me, and I'm pretty sure she wrote Tank just for me! No? Meh, I'm gonna pretend she did, anyway! But, as much as I loved the group of work friends, Eira was something else! She was an amazing character, learning new things and making things come to life in a different light, and always ready to sacrifice herself if it comes to it. She was very well written!
The flow of the book was perfect, but this author's books always have that going for them. The plot to the story was really cool, it almost felt like pre-man meets new age technology, and I found it really interesting and fresh; not something that felt like I've read it before.
Cage's character development was impressive too, going from a depressed, withdrawn young man to one that I feel is going to be flat-out feared in the future of this series. Which, by the way, I'm dying to get my hands on.
If you like paranormal, angels and demons, and a few super smart guys, I definitely think you'll like this.
Bob says: 5 Platypires