Review: Her Sinful Angel (Her Angel #8) by Felicity Heaton

August 14, 2015 Review 0

Review: Her Sinful Angel (Her Angel #8) by Felicity Heaton

Cast out of Heaven and now the king of Hell, Lucifer is a powerful fallen angel warrior with a heart as cold as ice and soul as black as the bottomless pit. For millennia, he has ruled his realm with an iron fist as he plots the demise of his ancient enemies. When one of those enemies dumps an unconscious mortal female in the courtyard of his fortress and leaves her there, Lucifer finds himself entranced by the beguiling beauty and tempted beyond all reason. But is the enchanting Nina an innocent pawn in the eternal game or part of a plot against him?


Title: Her Sinful Angel
Author: Felicity Heaton
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Unleash, Her Wicked Angel, Hunger, Tempted by a Rogue Prince
Series: Her Angel #8
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Her Wicked Angel, Her Avenging Angel
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: August 1, 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 197
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames

I usually really enjoy books Felicity Heaton. The worlds she creates I find so fascinating and the romance so yummy. For the most part, each book usually can be read as a stand-alone although I know better to read from the first book so I get the full feel of the series. Unfortunately, I’m jumping into the Her Angel series with Her Sinful Angel. It’s not a bad thing but I think I’m seriously missing out on some of Lucifer’s history, like his child and the bitter rivalry between him and Mihail just to mention a few. It’s not that I feel lost, instead get a sense had I read the previous titles I would have grasped the importance of this final book.


I have mixed feeling with Lucifer and Nina’s story. The very first chapter I was really into the story. What’s the deal with Mihail dumping this mortal on Lucifer’s doorstep. Is there a ulterior motive? What’s Lucifer going to do to her? I was excited! Then we drifted into several chapters of all this inner angsting, questioning and not a whole lot of dialog or action. For me it started to drag, and I was ready for something exciting to happen. AND finally it did!


Once I got over feeling lost I really enjoyed the Lucifer and Nina. Actually, more Lucifer than Nina. Nothing against her it’s just I’m a sucker for stories that portrays Lucifer as a scapegoat  to heaven’s doing. There was plenty of action, as in epic battles, to keep me entertained not to mention the swoon-worth heat between them. The secondaries were great bonus, which makes me want to really read their stories now. Erin is so sassy I can’t wait to sink my teeth into her book! The HEA was all I could hope for and seeing how it ended, if Ms. Heaton was to write a ‘what-happens-next’ book, I certainly would not say no to the read.


As I mentioned before, I jumped into the series without any previous history. I don’t recommend doing that. There really is a feel of world building with the characters and the situations that I feel I have missed out on. Knowing how off the hook Ms. Heaton’s stories, I think it’s fairly safe to say this series was awesome. I do recommend reading Her Sinful Angel but only after reading the Her Angel series from the beginning.


Her Sinful Angel



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