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Publisher's Summary

The final installment in the Fallen Angel trilogy concludes the epic tale of heaven versus hell and the consequences of forbidden love.
She was forbidden, and I gave everything to be with her. My grace. My wings. My place in heaven. But still, she was taken from me. Now, thousands of years later, I’ve found her in another life, but she doesn’t know me, and her heart belongs to another.
The other Watchers are getting bolder. Soon war will be here. With every fight, I grow closer to heaven but farther from my Selah. I can’t lose her again, not when she’s finally within my grasp. I’ll make her see, help her remember us. She is mine. I won’t let her go. I can’t.
©2017 Kim Loraine (P)2017 Kim Loraine
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5 out of 5 stars
By PATRICIA on 01-01-18

The best way to end 2017!

What a way to finish out the listening year for me. I have to preface this with the fact that I am not a paranormal listener, but I love Kim Loraine. When I heard she was writing this series, I was very skeptical, and after the first book, I was hooked. The characters in this series drew me in, I fell in love and could not wait for the next audio release. With that being said, Sariel's story is the perfect culmination of the trilogy, giving all the feels and suspense I needed to feel like the story had come to completion. Sariel is a fallen angel, and has finally after thousands of years found his soulmate, Selah. But finding her and being able to be with her are two completely different things. Sariel has to overcome many obstacles and in the end may not be able to be with his true love. The return of our favorites, Declan, Reese, Galen and Willow also gives that feeling of connection and family. Their bonds are so strong, they will do anything for each other. There is heartbreak and loss, love and warmth, betrayal and hope all in this story as Kim Loraine shows us the intensity of true love that no matter the situation, you will find your destiny.

I can't say enough about Will Watt and Susan Fouche. The audio of this trilogy is beyond perfection. Each gives such emotion in this story, your heart will ache and as fast as that happens, you will fill with hope. Their ability to capture the essence of these characters is impeccable.

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5 out of 5 stars
By sweetliks on 01-28-18

Storyline & Audiobook Narration That's To Die For

I barely have the right words to describe this book and the narration. No, Really!!! I literally had to listen to this twice, back-to-back before coming back to write this review. I absolutely loved this series and I really thought I had made up my mind and Devin would be my favorite but then Releasing The Watcher came along and gave me Sariel and Selah! They have amazing chemistry, love their struggle and journey to be together! I can't wait for the witches' spin off to this series, i know it will be amazing and also hearing more about the other fallen angels and their journeys. I want more Gabriel!

ok, the narration, holy hot tamale! Will Watt...A-MAZING!!!! It can't get better than Will doing all the male voices and the accents are to die for! Susan Fouche does such an awesome job with all the female narrations and I loved her as Selah, it was the perfect voice! Duet narration is the way to go and this one is a must listen!!!!

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