Review: Falling Into Darkness by L.M. Brown

December 12, 2016 Review 1

Review: Falling Into Darkness by L.M. Brown

Their love could save the soul of a fallen angel or damn an archangel to an eternity in hell.

The realm of angels was created as a paradise where angels could watch over the earth as mankind took his first steps. For the archangel Michael, it is the only home he has ever known and he could never envisage another life. Michael’s life changes the day his path crosses that of the favoured son of the morning. From the moment he saw him, Michael wanted Lucifer for his own. When the two angels come together the passion surprises them both.

Their love is forged in heaven, but is doomed the moment Lucifer falls from grace to become the leader of an army of demons.

Separated by war, the former lovers know the time will come when they must face each other in battle.

Their confrontation will set in motion events that neither could have foreseen. For Lucifer it is the chance to persuade Michael to stand at his side, as his partner as leader of the demons. For Michael, it is a mission to save his lover's soul, while risking his own.

Torn between his love for Lucifer and his duties as an angel, Michael walks a fine line, where one wrong step could result in his own fall from Heaven, and an eternity in hell.

Publisher's Note: Although this book contains characters from the Heavenly Sins series, this is a standalone story.

Title: Falling Into Darkness
Author: L.M. Brown
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Forbidden Waters, One Perfect Wish, Between Heaven and Hell, Between Good & Evil
Published by Pride
Source: Publisher
Published: December 13, 2016
Genres: Erotic Fantasy Romance, Erotic Paranormal Romance, Erotic Romance, Male Male Romance, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 275
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

The moment I noticed that L.M. Brown had another book set in her Heavenly Sins world I knew I had to have it. While Falling Into Darkness is set in that world it will work as a stand-alone. This is Michael and Lucifer’s story. However fans of the Heavenly Sins series will be pleased to note that Machidiel, Tristan, and Alastor have some small appearances within these pages.

Where to begin with this review? Readers first meet Lucifer and Michael before they meet, before Lucifer’s fall, and we get swept away in their love story and how they find their happily ever after. Michael and Lucifer’s relationship begins as any bond possibly could. They see each other, meet, and decide to see where their feelings could possibly go. Since Falling Into Darkness is told solely from Michael’s perspective readers never know exactly what Lucifer is thinking when he makes some of his more drastic decisions but Michael’s reactions to them carry us through this tale.

Oh my hotness. This is one delightfully dirty read. These men can’t keep their hands off of each other and it makes for one hella hot read. Their physical attraction for one another could never possibly be questioned.

My only complaint is the rut. Michael and Lucifer and their thousands of years worth of romance gets stuck in a rut. I felt that the book itself experienced its very own rut at this time. Michael and Lucifer have different life goals. The archangel Michael wants his love for Lucifer be enough to bring him back into the realm of angels, back into the light. Lucifer is happy leading his demons and he wants nothing more than for Michael to lead beside him. It is at this impasse that I got a little bored. I still thoroughly enjoyed the book but there was this rut for both me and the lovers.

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