Shortly after he mysteriously inherits a beautifully carved angel statue, Blaine also finds an apartment big enough to display the lifelike sculpture, and he thinks his luck has finally taken a turn for the better. But when he discovers the spell inscribed on the statue's base, he frees Lynsael from his stone prison, a handsome fallen angel who claims to be Blaine's former guardian angel, and then his luck really improves.
But while Blaine is falling hard for the angel's blue eyes and lively personality, in the shadows, dark forces are working to keep Blaine and Lynsael apart. It will take more than luck for the pair to come through unscathed—it'll take a miracle.
This was a good story, I really liked the interaction between Blaine and Lynsael. It wasn't an instant love at first sight story, so it had a good realistic feel to it, as opposed to sappy romance feel but it was still really sweet. It also had some really good twists that I was not expecting. Good rock story too, I had fun seeing the inner workings of the band. I'm looking forward to see future books from this author.
I give Angel's Redemption 3 1/2 smooches!
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