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    fab 4 star read

    Personal Review, I was asked to read this book by the author, that I write a review was not required. Sky meets Caleb when he falls too fast and can't stop in time. And falls for Caleb. Problem is, Caleb is the soul Sky has been sent to collect. Sky can't carry out his job so another angel is sent. But Sky keeps saving Caleb, and the other angel keeps coming. Can they figure out why Caleb has been targeted? I'm not one for instant professions of love, and it happens here, right in chapter one when Sky falls in love with Caleb. Now, it does kind of explain that away, since Sky falls in love often, but not to the depth of emotion he feels with Caleb. Still, its and instalove thing. Also, first person, present tense AND single point of view is not for me, because ...la.la.la.you know what I'm gonna say, and blah blah blah, hearing from everyone! BUT!!!! It's a nice book, a well written one by a new to me author. It does move at speed in places, and it gets a little . . . painful reading about what Samael does to Sky and his wings. Made me cry a little there! The heat level creeps up through the book. I did think it might actually end up clean but the boys do get their down and dirty on! Not explicit, but well written. Right level of heat for this book. It didn't seem the 200 odd pages its billed at, so a little longer than the usual hangover cure, but it landed in my queue just at the right time, so I'm filing it as such. A great little read. 4 stars
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    "Love has no gender"

    Lavender Fields by Natalina Reis – 5 stars Lavender Fields is the third book I’ve read by Natalina Reis and it’s my favorite so far. It’s the story of Sky Heavensent (who is an angel of death), Caleb Pierce and his sister Joan. It’s an “angelic” romance with suspense and drama. This story also has a sense of humor about itself. Joan adds an interesting twist to the mix and I’m hopeful Ms. Reis writes Joan’s story in the future as that girl deserves a book of her own! I really enjoyed this story. The characters where quickly developed, the settings perfectly described and the story moved at a great pace. Sky and Caleb’s relationship was written in such a way that the emotion and physicality of their relationship was not lost during the mostly “closed door” sex scenes. While this story is about angels, it does not have religious overtones or judgements. There is a depth to the morality of right and wrong, light and dark, good and evil that was written perfectly for me. This book had a different twist for me. It’s not your normal Archangel Gabriel and Michael type of story. The dialog between Gabriel and Sky really intrigued me. It got me thinking about what it would be like to be in that type of setting and how destiny really plays a role in our lives. I think this book is going to stick with me for a while. I very much recommend this story book.
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    Intriguing paranormal romance

    I'm not sure if paranormal is quite the right word, more like fallen angel romance. It's definitely an interesting read, and the connection between Sky and Caleb is there, and definitely has a high heat factor. Human and angel, a dramatic romance, and adding in Joan as Caleb's sister, puts a spin on the story. I like that it's only one POV, and that is from Sky. His fall to earth, and what his job entails, even though he was off course, as an Angel of death. It's full of dramatic, and eroticism but has a great plot that gives the story depth.
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