Angels and Demons!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 😳😬🤩🤓🥺
The heroine: Sorsha – She is very tough and independent and has a pet miniature dragon named Pickle. She spends her time freeing shadow monsters from human “collectors” who know about the supernatural beings and keep them in private collections. After rescuing a trio of higher level shadow creatures she helped them free their boss and is now working with all of them to take down a group that gathers and experiments on them.
The Heroes: Ruse, Snap, Thorn and Omen – Higher shadow creatures, the guys are fighting for the rights of their kind. Ruse is an incubus who feeds off of sexual energy, he has been feeding off Sorsha, he can also persuade anyone to do just about anything with his sensuous voice. Snap is called a devourer and his main power is something he is too afraid to use, but he comes in very handy with his ability to taste objects and feel a history of them. Thorn is what humans call an Angel, but he refers to himself as “Winged”. He is a fierce warrior. Omen is the boss and is a shifter, he is able to become a raging beast with deadly sharp claws.
The Story: Now that Sorsha, Ruse, Snap and Thorn have found and freed Omen. They plan to take down The Company of Light, the group that had held Omen and had killed the fae woman that raised Sorsha after her parents were murdered. Though Omen is not fond of having a human female on the elite team that he put together for this purpose.
I enjoyed the acrimonious relationship between Omen and Sorsha. She is so fierce and sassy that she rubs him the wrong way pretty much every time she opens her mouth and he does the same to her. It doesn’t help his dislike of her that his men seem more than fond of her and insist on keeping her on the team. Though when she starts displaying some power of her own, Omen begins to see her in a different light.
The narration on this one was also done by Aiden Snow and Vanessa Moyen and I didn’t have the same issue while listening to this one as I did with the first. Vanessa seemed to do a much better job on the male voices this time around and I enjoyed the listen.
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