Review of Archangel: Fire from Heaven – Book 2, by Ava Martell @msavamartell @HiddenGemsBooks

Archangel Michael is God’s Blade, God’s Poison, God’s Bloody Fists. Does he have a mind of his own? He has a heart, but can he follow it? Should he follow it? Lucifer has followed his. Why can’t Michael follow his own heart too?

Archangel Michael has been the one to bring down God’s punishments when told, without questions. He has done things that he now wishes he hadn’t. He has lived his life doing as he was told. The one time he ignored the calls from Heaven he was in his own Heaven and didn’t want to let it go. Although he had to eventually, or he would lose it for good.

Elissa is a woman who was conceived under pretense so that her mother could bear a son for her father, but it didn’t happen. When she was born she was shunned by her family, and it was of no fault by her. She lives a life of neglect and finds her way to a real life at an early age. When she finds her own life she helps those who are shunned and mistreated. After two hundred years, Elissa is still helping the mistreated in the world and has joined forces with an angel to do it. They are not flashy about how they go about their business, but their work is passed through quiet channels.

This was a good story and I really enjoyed reading about Michael and Elissa. They have to find their way back to each other and their strength that comes out when they are a team. I look forward to more of the Fire from Heaven Series and hope that a story is in the future for Caila and Phenex. I give this book a 4 star review.

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