Sunday, January 22, 2012

Review: Touch of the Angel by Rosalie Lario

Title:  Touch of the Angel
Author:  Rosalie Lario
Genre:  Paranormal Romance
Pages:  286
Published:  December 2011
Publisher:  Entangled
Source:  via Bewitching Book Tours

Synopsis:

After months of no work, inter-dimensional bounty hunter Ronin Meyers jumps at the chance to locate an incubus who’s using succubi as murder weapons. Faced with the possibility of being forced to return to hellish Infernum if he fails, Ronin and his brothers will stop at nothing to take out the incubus and anyone else involved—even the beautiful succubus who stole his heart, then nearly his life, during the most mind-blowing hour of his existence.

Night after night, Amara and her fellow succubi are forced to extract special abilities from the strongest Otherworlders for their psychotic master’s growing collection. When the gorgeous angel-demon hybrid she believed to be dead captures her, Amara is both stunned and elated. But the happily ever after she’s dreamed of will have to wait. Together, they must bring down the madman hellbent on destroying them…and become each other’s salvation in the process.
Having the life sucked out of him, wasn't Ronin's plans for that evening.  After being tempted by a gorgeous, sexy woman who turns out to be a Succubus!  Thankfully with the help of his brothers he's able to heal, and not die like countless others have at the hands of beautiful a Succubus.

Amara is stuck in an impossible situation.  She's under the control of a madman who not only has her, but 5 others at his beck and call.  When the man she thought she killed walks back into her life and kidnaps her (seems to be a theme with the brothers!), she prays that this is her way out.

I really enjoyed the story of Ronin and Amara.  Like the previous two books in the series, they must overcome their own issues as well as a super evil bad guy who is bound and bent on terrorizing them and countless others.  Can they find a way to be together without Ronin dying?  Can they free Amara and save the day?

Another must read from Rosalie Lario - and a great third book in her series!  I look forward to reading about Cresso and Dagan in their stories "Heart of the Incubus" and "Call of the Siren".

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