Also by this author: Isadora, Hooker
Angel (Fallen Angel #3) by Ella Frank, Brooke Blaine
Series: Fallen Angel #3
on April 25, 2019
Genres: M/M, Romance, LGBT, Gay
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USA TODAY bestselling authors Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine conclude the story of sexy Fallen Angel rockers Viper and Halo in ANGEL.
As Fallen Angel embarks on their worldwide Corruption tour, frontman Halo is forced to deal with his newfound fame, as well as his intense feelings for his bandmate, Viper.
Because now Halo has everything he ever dreamed of and one surprise he never expected: a boyfriend.
And Viper has the one thing he never thought he wanted but found himself chasing down: a relationship.
From the very beginning, they were drawn to each other, but can these polar opposites find lasting love, or will their flame burn out?
ANGEL is the third book of the Fallen Angel Series and should be read following HALO and VIPER. Halo and Viper’s story concludes in ANGEL.
ANGEL (Fallen Angel Book Three) on Amazon:
Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2SOZtQI
Amazon Universal: mybook.to/AngelFallenAngel
HALO (Fallen Angel Book One) on Amazon:
Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2Etgv2W
Amazon Universal: http://mybook.to/HaloFallenAngel
VIPER (Fallen Angel Book Two) on Amazon:
Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2HkSdKl
Amazon Universal: mybook.to/ViperFallenAngel
These men, while I do love them, took me a while to fully get behind them and their connection. They just never sparked as early as I would have liked. I think that was my biggest struggle with these books. I loved the guys, the writing, the story, but they just never felt “right” to me.
This book was an easy, fun, light-hearted read. It’s the last book for these two guys. I do look forward to Killian’s book. As much as I love these ladies and their writing ( I DO love them), I don’t think some stories need 3 books. The last one is always so sweet, so nice, and just so boring. It’s typically an extended epilogue that wasn’t really needed. It could be shorted and put at the end of book two. It makes the awesomeness of their first two books end on a “meh” note. I just don’t think that is fair to those books. I’ll always read their stuff and I always recommend them, but I just don’t think the last one is for me. It’s a case of “It’s not you, it’s me”.