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    I'm kind of torn in the romantic aspect

    This book begins about 3 months after the events of the previous book and right away we meet a new character, Xavier. I don't know what to think of him, he appeared after the whole ordeal with Azazel and now Milayna's being warned about someone that's coming for her. So I don't know if Xavier can be fully trusted or not. Chay's behavior also disturbed me a little. I love a romantic guy that is protective but Chay was way too jealous of Xavier for some silly things. I know, this is exactly what Xavier seemed to want but still, he didn't seemed to trust Milayna enough, so there were problems in their relationship in this book and a hint of a possible love triangle. I'm kind in between right now because I find both guys infuriating. Chay with the constant jealousy over small things and Xavier for trying to mess their relationship. This book leaves mysteries like the previous one, so we don't know exactly who to suspect and what to expect neither and I like that aspect in this series. The fights and visions have quite some violence or intended cruelty and I guess this makes the bad guys really evil, not just people that makes jokes or bully others but people that would really go as far as killing or torturing someone just because. The end was unexpected and now I have no idea what comes next.
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    Xavier is a butt-face

    ***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*** Milayna's Angel picks up right where Milayna left off. Except now there is trouble in paradise. Specifically, Chay's and Milayna's paradise. Xavier is a new character who is stirring up drama between Chay and Milayna. To make matters worse, Chay isn't being himself, and this causes Milayna to doubt the relationship she has with him. To make things worse, there's a new villain in town and his name is Abaddon. Of course, he also wants Milayna dead. I think he is a considerable foe, more than Azazel was. However, he does seem to have different methods in carrying out his nefarious plans. I must say, once Milayna started having visions of someone hurting her with only one person being a constant, I knew it was only a matter of time before something terrible happened. There was good build-up throughout the book to this one scene, but I honestly thought Milayna was stupid for not figuring it out sooner. Then again, she was hoping that her visions were wrong. Her trust in this person is so strong it is inconceivable to her that this person would ever try to hurt her. After the events in the first book, you'd think that she would learn to heed the visions and her gut. Before I finish, I have to say that Xavier is a butt-face. Why can't the guy take a hint and back off? It's obvious that Chay and Milayna are together, and that she wants nothing to do with him. Ugh. I just hate Xavier. For being an angel, he certainly doesn't act like one. ​4 Platypires!

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