Title: Angel Fire
Series: Angel, #2
Author: L.A. Weatherly
Category: Paranormal/ Romance/ Action/ Fantasy
Genre: Young Adult
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
Only Willow has the power to defeat the malevolent Church of Angels, and they will stop at nothing to destroy her. Willow isn’t alone, though. She has Alex by her side – a trained Angel Killer and her one true love. But nothing can change the fact that Willow’s a half-angel, and when Alex joins forces with a group of AKs, she’s treated with mistrust and suspicion. She’s never felt more alone…until she meets Seb. He’s been searching for Willow his whole life – because Seb is a half-angel too.
(Warning: This review is not up to par. I was sick and on meds when I read this book, you have been warned)
It was a damn good sequel, indubitably.We are once again introduced to Willow, the MC and a female character I actually like.
And of course Alex, the hot bad-ass MC guy.
I was excited to once again enter into the world that L. A. Weatherly created.
The book picks up where the first book left off, and then we are thrust into a whole new plot, bigger and broader.
Not only does the plot grow and expand, but a new character was thrown into the mix.
One I just wasn't too sure about and still not... (and of course this puts in to focus that a love triangle will appear)
*let the rant begin*
And I have never been one for love triangles, they just, in the end piss. me. off.
I don't know what it is, but I am not one for the drama and angst of love triangles.
Don't get me wrong, sometimes I actually do enjoy to sizzle intensity of a love triangle.
However, sometimes it leaves me grinding my jaw (throws hands up in the air with aggression)
How sad. :( ...???
There was just something about him, laying under the surface, that I didn't like. Fishy feelings >.>
Another thing that I like more about Angel Fire than Angel Burn was that the romance was more 'real'
With Angle Fire the pace was nice and the action was nice too and energizing.
Therefore, the second book in the angel trilogy is better than the first.
It is a sequel worth reading, even if you didn't enjoy the the first installation of L. A. Weatherly's book, Angel Burn.