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Angel Burn by L.A. Weatherly
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Jun 03, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: young-adult-paranormal-romance, ya-paranormal, ya-paranormal-romance
Read in June, 2011

I work at a bookstore, so I get to see a lot of new books as they come in. Reading the back cover of Angel Burn made me want to read it. I finished in two days. A lot of the young adult genre is made up of paranormal/fantasy romance. You see similar themes throughout. However, the storyline of Angel Burn was very refreshing. Instead of vampires there are angels/aliens. Instead of a thin romantic characterization, Alex and Willow fit well and believably as, first, antagonists then as soul mates.

I would like to see more development in regards to Willow's Angel form. In the book she seems a separate entity. It is her, yet the Angel is just beginning to be recognized by Willow.

All in all, I hope l.a. Weatherly's story finds success here in the United States as it has in the U.K. As an aside, the book's acknowledgements were illuminating. Obviously, she loves her husband dearly.

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