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Saturday, December 4, 2010

BK Walker Reviews "Angelfire" by Courtney Allison Moulton

Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton
Release Date Feb. 15,  2011
Katherine Tegen Books an imprint of Harper Collins
Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton is one of the best YA reads I've had the pleasure of reading.  Action packed with her own twist on Spiritual Warfare,  this is a MUST READ!

Ellie Monroe thought that she had the normal teenage life - friends, parties, school,  family and boys.  That is until she meets the gorgeous and mysterious Will.

Ellie has repeated nightmares from her past,  about fighting and conquering monsters,  and as Will tries to convince Ellie that she yields the power to prevent a war between Heaven and Hell,  she thinks he is absolutely crazy.

Will has stood by Ellie for 500 years,  and each time she dies she is reborn into another mortal body.  During this rebirth though,  Ellie's memories fail to return as quickly as they usually do,  but she gets pieces of it through her dreams.  Now Ellie must put her trust into the one man she thinks has lost his mind.

When a reaper threatens to raise the one demonic creature that could destroy her very soul,  Ellie and Will fight side by side to save human souls along with her own. 

Lying to her family and friends,  Ellie tries to accept what and who she is,  what her mission is all the while trying to fight for the love she feels for Will and save the world.

From the first page Angelfire was full of keep-you-on-the-edge-of-your- seat action.  Moulton did a fantastic job with this title,  the plot was perfect,  the characters were brilliant,  and it was a great twist on good vs. evil with a touch of romance. 

I absolutely loved this book and highly recommend it as one of the best reads of the year.  I give Angelfire ****** (6) Stars  



Story I
A rogue vampire is on the loose Halloween night and Tristan (vampire) and Logan (werewolf) must keep Raine from its clutches.  The rogue vamp is quicker than they think and snatches her right before their eyes.  The boys must put their differences aside and join forces to rescue the girl.  When reality hits that both harvest feelings towards Raine,  one is determined to make her forget Immortyl Kisses.

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