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After the Fall

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Banished to Hell for his role in the plot, fallen angel Xaphan is doomed to tempt and seduce human souls while, high above, Hael, his former lover, is supposed to be the angel of kindness who brings compassion into their world. Both are unhappy with their lot, but a meeting with one human soul will change their lives.
30 pages
Published 2009 by loveyoudivine Alterotica
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Excellent read. Beautiful. I've never read anything by M. King before but if this is any indication of her quality, I'm all in.

King creates powerful thoughts in her characters...contemplations of heaven and hell, of humanity, of damnation and forgiveness.

Prior to the casting out of rebellious angels and Lucifer, Hael and Xaphan were lovers in heaven. Hael was content being an angel while Xahpan wondered why they shouldn't be given the same benefit that God gave humans...the benefit of choice and
Teeny, tiny little story about heaven and hell, angels and demons and their 'relationship' with we 'mere mortals'. Beautifully written, the story of Hael and Xaphan is intriguing. 5 stars.
Kevin Orth
I'm just starting this book but already I can tell the writing is exceptionally good. If the plot stays strong and the storyline ultimately delivers this will be one of my all time favorite m/m romance reads!

Half way through and my favorite line is when on of the angels says "Love is not love that is not freely given, and obedience is not obedience if there is no choice."

Even though there are 'good' and 'evil' angels in this story, it is not one sided. All too often the vilian is two dimentional
Love is difficult, even for those created by the very hand of they Angel, Demon or Human!

This was the first book I read by M. King. It shall not be the last!
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M. King writes gay fiction with an emphasis on romance and erotica.

She lives in a damp and verdant corner of south west England, where she may usually be found behind a vat of coffee and a keyboard.

As of 2011, if you enjoy M. King's style, you can also check out her work as Anna Reith - non-explicit cross-genre fiction.

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“I knew now: there would be no damnation that I did not forge for myself, and no fall so great that it could be without hope.” 2 likes
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