Review: Chicago (Fallen #4) by Tiffany Aaron

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Review: Chicago (Fallen #4) by Tiffany Aaron

Fallen:

When the rebellion in Heaven occurred, God banished those angels who stood against him. They’ve lived on Earth for centuries, doing all they could to survive without going insane. Some continue to protect mortals at all costs, while others just want to blend into the world around them.

The Fallen struggle to find balance between the desire for what they lost and the love they stand to gain if they stay on Earth.

Book four in the Fallen series
Neither Grant nor the world is ready for what he unearthed in Peru.
Grant Carson doesn’t believe in angels or anything he can’t see or touch, yet the skeleton he has in the vault at his lab threatens all he thinks to be real. But that isn’t his only problem. Someone is looking for something, and they think Grant has it. He has to turn to Danielle for help.
Danielle Weston has lived on Earth for millennia, and she’s always managed to keep her heart safe. Until she meets Grant Carson, an archaeologist at The Field Museum. He’s never given her the time of day until his lab gets broken into.
Suddenly, Danielle has to decide if telling Grant the truth about where she came from and what she really was is worth risking his love. But if she doesn’t, things worse than losing Grant’s approval could happen, and the world isn’t ready to know the truth.
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released under a different title. It’s part of a series and is best read in order
Title: Chicago
Author: Tiffany Aaron
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Detroit , New Orleans, Los Angeles, London
Series: Fallen #4
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Detroit , New Orleans, Los Angeles, London
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Author
Published: November 29th 2013
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 112
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

The archaeologist and the fallen angel. Grant doesn’t believe in anything he can’t touch. Danielle is a creature of faith. Now that’s a combination I wouldn’t have expected to work out. Chicago, the fourth entry in the Fallen series, is a great mixture of romance, mystery and intrigue. Once I started this book, I just couldn’t put it down. I found myself sneaking pages at work just to find out what happens next. The characters were all captivating. The heat and attraction between Grant and Danielle is the perfect combination and you cannot help but smile when they finally realize that they belong together. I enjoyed how the secondary characters, instead of acting like fillers, added depth to the story. Unlike the previous book in this series, I felt the momentum of the book stayed all the way to the end. The battle at the finale may have not been violent and epic but it was certainly satisfying when Christian make sure all the bad guys got what was coming to them. Of course now I have a new favorite Fallen and can’t wait to read his story.

This is the second book in the series I have read. So far the the books I have read have worked very well as stand-alones. Having missed the first two books and having several of the secondary players come from those books really makes me want to read what I missed. I can’t tell you how excited I was to discover there are two more books in the Fallen series yet to come. Read the first three books then read Chicago. In my opinion, it’s well worth the time.

Chicago

 

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