L. Fergus is an Amazon Bestselling author with Birthright and Rebirth. Both titles were #1 new releases in LGBT Science Fiction. Before Amazon, L. was a Wattpad Featured Author and #1 writer of science fiction. The Fallen Angel Saga has more than four hundred thousand reads. The books Birthright, BykeChic, and Rebirth have won over twenty awards, including Best Overall.
Like L. Fergus' main character Kita, L. fosters children to give them a supportive place to grow and thrive. L. lives with four dogs: Rust, Moxy, Stormy, and Valor, and five cats: Nova, Jupiter, Crater, Pluto, and Forest Fire.
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This book focuses mainly on the newest angels - Karen, Zhi, Adrestia, and Kimmy - and delves into the moralities surrounding sexual assault and vigilante justice. I think Adrestia was the one I related to the most in the previous book and seeing her go through a brutal experience and recover, still with most of her 'high angel' (don't kill, torture, or conquer) ideals, was inspiring. She and Leaf are good counterparts to the others' borderline-evil points of view. Angels may be immortal and near-indestructible, but they have weaknesses, too. They always help each other to overcome them. Cool concept.
Kita and the angels are back in four separate stories about serving justice on those that wrong people and commit despicable, horrid acts against humanity.
Each story in this sequel to BykeChic follows one of Kita’s angels as they embark on missions or find their purpose within the angels. Focusing on different angels, using different motives, and exploring emotions, feelings and actions, each story dives into one of the angels backstories and provides them with a unique mission that are in some ways connected. Working as a team is very much what they do, and that teamwork and solidarity is a big focus in this collection of stories.
Although it is a sequel to BykeChic, and I highly recommend reading that first to get a fuller picture about the characters and Kita’s angels, you can enjoy these stories standalone. They focus on strong women, serving justice to truly horrible people that have caused pain, harm and suffering. There were some scenes that may cause distress due to their dark nature but that is the premise of Kita and the angels, to seek out wrongdoing and those that have committed such acts and punish them in a fitting way.
I really enjoyed joining the angels on their missions and finding out more about the new and legacy characters of this series.
If you're looking for strong heroines, look no further. The women you meet in this book are strong, smart, determined, and feel so real. The stories are engaging, and while there is an overall plot, I enjoyed following each of their journeys. The plot moves along steadily, but not too quickly. While this is a sequel, I didn't feel lost at all while reading it, and works well as a standalone. A wonderful read overall.
“I can’t get at those who stole my life, but I can use their teachings to help others be free. There is no dignity in slavery, be it the chains real or imagined.” + • + • + • +
Nicole's story makes me think about Nell & reminds me that we never got the chance to hear the rest of her journey after being attacked in that village & learning that Kita's version of the world was the reality, & right & wrong isn't absolute but arbitrary. Maybe we'll get that story one day...
it’s what many people claim to want and rarely find possible. But in Earth 832 Empress Apocalypse finds herself in the position to remake her world or destroy it. Her leadership skills are tested as she runs around Europe in a quest to save her partner and to bring Europe to heel but just as she feels victorious the final test is revealed and the choice is Empress or God; the price her planet.
This is an action packed set of four stories full of dark themes of rape and revenge, justice and conquest. I liked all of the stories especially Nemesis, and the final story with the big climax. The writing is excellent with a really strong mostly female characters, high intensity action quite graphic sequences. I am interested in reading more in this series.
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