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  • A solid start to the series

    Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite In Diamond In The Rough (Agents Of Angels, Book One) by Treena Wynes, 17-year-old Diamond is sent to a rehab facility, Angel’s Haven, thirty minutes outside of Minneapolis after an almost fatal drunk driving incident. Her drinking problem stemmed from her joyless childhood living with an alcoholic mother and a drug addict stepfather. Her rehab stint doesn't even start well - she escapes from the facility and seeks the familiar comfort of alcohol but one of the staff members, Lucas, tracks her down. Just as they are about to return, they come across two boys who are running from their pursuers. It's a weird night indeed but Diamond is about to discover the war between good and evil, her connection to it, and her true identity. Diamond In The Rough starts with an intriguing chapter; a bookseller receives unexpected customers looking for a specific book. It sets the tone for the contemporary biblical concept and themes for readers. With a fast-paced plot, there is a mix of strange happenings, confusion, horror, suspense, action-packed moments including self-discovery, faith, and camaraderie. The young protagonist, Diamond, is a self-destructive teen disconnected from the world. The rehab stint seems to make her question the way she treats her life but old habits die hard until she meets brothers Marco and Little Johnnie. The antagonist, the Night Adder, is a malicious being with an ambitious agenda of his own. The living become the perpetual price in the conflict between heaven and hell. Treena Wynes's Agents Of Angels series is geared towards YA fans but older readers will definitely enjoy this urban fantasy as well. Overall, it’s a solid start for the series and I look forward to the sequel.

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