Archangels are extinct and the world is now inhabited by a half-human/half-angel race called Nephilim. But it's been told that one Archangel remains: a child born of fire only known as The Legend.
Twenty-one-year-old Nephilim Scarlett Porter is about to start her Angel training at the infamous Blackbell Academy, so she doesn't have time to worry about dreams of mysterious dark angels. The last thing she expected was her dream angel to be Dyston Blackbell or that finding her was part of his mission - a mission Dyston is prepared to fail to keep Scarlett and the secret of who she is safe.
But, danger is closer to Dyston and Scarlett than they realize.
War is brewing, led by a group of Nephilim called The Lucifites, and they need The Legend to carry out their plans. With the help of their friends, the two must find the leader of the Lucifites and stop his plans for destruction. But will Dyston and Scarlett's love survive what's coming? How far will Scarlett go to save those she cares about the most?
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Fallen angels have mated with humans and created a race called Nephilim. Because of this, the world is changing. Both the human race and the angelic race are dwindling and archangels exist only in stories. However, legend says that a half archangel born from fire will save the world.
The storyline was amazing! The narrator wasn't.
I wish this question wasn't asked! How can I tell anyone that without spoiling the whole book?
I got whiplash listening to it! There was no pause between scene changes! It was like I was rushed through the story, or rather dragged through it. The narrator has a pleasant voice but doesn't give the reader a chance to take a moment to process what has just happened.
The romance was irresistible, BUT the audiobook would have been better if the narrator had taken a pause between the scenes.
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