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Demon Angel The Guardians #1 characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Until she faces her greatest temptation Heaven's own Sir Hugh Castleford Once a knight and now a Guardian Hugh's purpose has always been to thwart Lillith even as he battles treacherou Too hard to follow and characters didn t draw me It was not a pleasant read I wanted it to be overHARD TO FOLLOWPart 1 of the book is 97 pages Hugh a human and Lilith a demon meet Hugh becomes a guardian Then he and she meet each other 172 years later have a conversation and separate They next meet 72 years later have a conversation and separate This continues for about seven meetings In each conversation the reader learns a little about their worlds but the scenes are confusing For example in one scene a cathedral is burning but the reader doesn t know who set the fire or why or why Hugh and Lilith are therePart 2 of the book has of a plot but that too is hard to follow Throughout that part I had many unanswered uestions Some of them were answered later and some were not It was hard keeping track of who the bad guys were It was hard to know what was going on and why In general it was unsettlingON THE POSITIVE SIDEThe ending was creative and enjoyable but not enough to make up for the hours spent with the rest of the bookCLIFFHANGER WRITING STYLEI ve read enjoyable mysteries and suspense stories which switch scenes among characters time etc But this author switched scenes too abruptly at cliffhanger moments which frustrated me See Spoiler for example Some mysteries are important to keep hidden but I didn t see this as one of them Knowing the why and where earlier would not have detracted from the good guys vs bad guys plot Instead of anticipating andor experiencing an adventure I felt annoyed There were a number of cliffhangers other than this that added to my frustrationview spoilerEXAMPLE OF CLIFFHANGERA and B teleport to a place they believe is safe but accidentally end up in a place of horror and fear page 267 The author then switches to other characters and scenes I wanted to know where they were and what would happen to them which was not answered until page 347 Page 347 has a short scene in which A got out but I still didn t know where they were or why The author switches to other characters and scenes On page 362 the author states that B got out of that place Finally on page 369 the author describes where they were and why CHARACTERS DIDN T DRAW MELilith and Hugh loved each other probably from the beginning It is Lilith s nature as a demon to lie but she is also half human She lies to Hugh about her feelings for him and about her knowledge of Hell and the world Hugh holds back from his feelings for vague reasons This was partially explained on page 346 when he said Four days are not enough to make up for the eight hundred I was too foolish to take for my own yet I would try He is talking about having a lovingsexual relationship with LilithThe romance between Lilith and Hugh for the majority of the book felt like too many mind games An example from page 229 She said You cannot save me He said I can try She said I hate martyrs The conversation continues for a little while Then she said And when you are kind to me when you touch me I desire what I cannot have Lilith then has a few inner thoughts as Hugh is walking down the stairs leaving I didn t understand why they couldn t be together and why Hugh left I felt like I was hanging without answers hide spoiler

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Demon Angel The Guardians #1 characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB S hunger for her When a deadly alliance unleashes a threat to humans and Guardians angel and demon are forced to fight together against evil and against a passionate desire for each oth Hugh and Lilith wow They really are a great couple Looking at it objectively I am almost shocked that I liked them as much as I do because generally characters like Hugh overly earnest naive than a bit self righteous very prone to deciding that he knows what is best and then charging forward into that course of action with no discussion and a freaking martyr annoy the crap out of meBut for whatever reason he really didn t In this book all those ualities came together to make a very charming character He definitely made mistakes but everything was driven by a bone deep love for Lilith one that Hugh himself found boggling I think but couldn t denyAnd how can you not love Lilith I loved the topsy turvy gender bending relationship they had she was the seductress the rake Charmed by Hugh in spite of her very best efforts And she was whip smart strong resilient defiant and able to hold on to her humanity despite everything she went throughI still don t like Michael Sorry but he seems like an asshat I wish we had gotten some of the actual story around Lilith s transformation Michael clearly feels guilty about something there though Lilith doesn t seem to feel that s the case though of course being a demon she uses his guilt against him but when she was being frank with Hugh about it she didn t direct any blame at Michael Regardless I don t like him He s heavy handed secretive he seems to have done something that REALLY pissed Hugh off though again we re given no details we only see the evidence Hugh can barely be civil to him when they encounter each other in Part 2 he also seems to be happy to manipulate the situation as if he was a demon himself Anyway He s a douchecanoe And I am sure we are going to see of him later and he also strikes me as a character the author plans to dig into perhaps in a redeeming wayAnyway the book was tons of fun I am glad I snagged the first 3 in this series so I can continue on with it No Limits (No existen Límites cuando se cree en uno mismo) it objectively I am almost shocked that I liked them as much as I do because generally characters like Hugh overly earnest naive than a bit self righteous very prone to deciding that he knows what Captain Wentworths Persuasion is best and then charging forward Canu Cynnar into that course of action with no discussion and a freaking martyr annoy the crap out of meBut for whatever reason he really didn t In this book all those ualities came together to make a very charming character He definitely made mistakes but everything was driven by a bone deep love for Lilith one that Hugh himself found boggling I think but couldn t denyAnd how can you not love Lilith I loved the topsy turvy gender bending relationship they had she was the seductress the rake Charmed by Hugh La bondad de los extraños in spite of her very best efforts And she was whip smart strong resilient defiant and able to hold on to her humanity despite everything she went throughI still don t like Michael Sorry but he seems like an asshat I wish we had gotten some of the actual story around Lilith s transformation Michael clearly feels guilty about something there though Lilith doesn t seem to feel that s the case though of course being a demon she uses his guilt against him but when she was being frank with Hugh about Willy the Wizard it she didn t direct any blame at Michael Regardless I don t like him He s heavy handed secretive he seems to have done something that REALLY pissed Hugh off though again we re given no details we only see the evidence Hugh can barely be civil to him when they encounter each other Off-side in Part 2 he also seems to be happy to manipulate the situation as Esclava Medieval: La Sumisión retorcida en Placer por un Matrimonio de Conveniencia (Novela Romántica y Erótica en Español: Fantasía nº 1) (Spanish Edition) if he was a demon himself Anyway He s a douchecanoe And I am sure we are going to see of him later and he also strikes me as a character the author plans to dig Enséñame más into perhaps Wonder (The Books of Marvella, in a redeeming wayAnyway the book was tons of fun I am glad I snagged the first 3 Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set in this series so I can continue on with The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase it

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Demon Angel The Guardians #1 characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Half demon half human Lillith is bound by a bargain with the devil and forbidden to feel pleasure She draws upon her dark powers and serpentine grace to lead men into temptation That is Hid this because looking at it now I get kind of disgustedWell my friends probably know what s coming I loved this bookLOL JK JK I had you for a second there didn t I I agree with reviewers that realistic Part I of Demon Angel exceeds Part II by far In Part I we enjoy tension between medieval knight Hugh and demon Lilith as enemies and lovers euals Lilith tries to lure him and Hugh parries yet admirably remains a gentleman though she throws herself at him repeatedly They engage each other and laugh together despite the dangerous undertone to their game Their banter s by turns clever innuendo and intriguing theological debates about sin both uintessential to their period Props Brook must have some medieval British literature instruction By Part II the remaining 33 chapters of the 40 events have undergone a seismic shift Hugh wallows in guilt Lilith plays the wounded enduring heroine while the hero takes her actions at face value and responds accordingly He s kept in the dark the better to make a martyr out of Lilith Later he feels guilty because he did not know that under the lying cocktease for centuries there s really a complex woman dying to be loved He ought to have known that when she said no she really meant yes I m sure rapists everywhere will be vindicated Chapter 20 reveals almost all of Lilith s woes and the hero forces himself on her justified with an explanation plausible only in Romancelandia Once again we must pity Lilith and vilify the male It s notable that our hero only has the advantage or control of their interactions during love scenes animal that he is Good to know that if the hero can t be good at least he can still rouse an orgasm from the heroine What else is he good for after all Following this he becomes fawning He repeatedly flagellates himself for everything He exposes his feelings and when she balks to reciprocate he lets her wheedle out of it Some readers might have found him patient I didn t care for their one sided relationshipRinse repeat Meanwhile as the hero is expounding upon the heroine s greatness apologizing to the heroine for the umpteenth time receiving reassurance from the heroine or borrowing guilt and thinking about the heroine in melodramatic fashion Spilt milk oh no Will she be upset Will she think it was her fault Oh no demons kidnap people The suspenseaction takes a distinct backseat to the romance and freuently involves demon s bargains that hinge on a technical point in the demon mythos invented by the author so already we re relying too much on telling and nested convoluted lies that would only interest the author I was lying when I said this and this so what I really meant was There wasn t a lot of action in this PNR It was a bit like reading 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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 432
  • Demon Angel The Guardians #1
  • Meljean Brook
  • English
  • 11 May 2018
  • 9780425213476