Two broken people in a city fueled by sin.
Maddie isn’t looking to be saved. She knows the only person you can count on is yourself. Her moral compass might not point true North these days—but at least she’s still standing.
The Military taught Tyler about loyalty. Being there for your brothers is the only thing that matters—but when it mattered most, he wasn’t.
She’s got a ticket straight to Hell. He’s already been there and back.
She needs to win. He just needs to stop fighting.
Some sins scar your soul so deeply, you’ll never be the same.
But this Devil in disguise might just be the angel he needs to forgive himself.
Oh Wow! A fantastic beginning to this new series. Julie Huss has for a long time now been one of my favourite authors and I can honestly say she has done good with pairing up with Johnathan McClain.
The way that Tyler is written had me in hysterics despite the somewhat desperate need behind his actions. The constant talking to himself inside his head is genius because, lets face it, most of us go off on internal monologues and completely lose track of where we are and what we are doing. Reading about what was going on inside Tyler’s mind is also a little scary!
Maddie had to grow on me. It took me a while to understand why she was putting herself through what she was when realistically there was no need. But as the story progressed her reasons became clear and I was really starting to feel her despair and outrage with life and the injustice of it all. The loneliness and hopelessness.
I loved the duel POV. All too often romance novels are only written from the female perspective. Men have feelings and emotions too and I love when a writer captures the thoughts and reasons behind the actions of the lead male character.
For anyone who has read Julie’s previous work there is a little homage to a certain character we all know and love,. To anyone who hasn’t….what’s the matter with you?!
Angels Fall will continue the story of Maddie and Tyler in the Original Sin series.