New Review for Falling into Darkness

Falling into Darkness 200 x 320This review isn’t exactly new, but it is new to me since I only found out about it today when my publisher emailed me to tell me about it.  It is actually from back in January.

Shorty over at MM Good Book Reviews has reviewed Falling into Darkness and has given it a five hearts rating.

“The whole story was a gripping epic tale that took me by the most delightful surprises. I never knew what decisions each person was going to make when it came to the difficult ones, which thrilled me.”

It is always good to hear that I am able to surprise a reviewer since they have all read every plot before and can usually see plot twists well in advance.

You can check out the full review here.

Thank you Shorty!

And if you haven’t got a copy yet – or somehow managed to miss this release – here are the details.


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 sees him, Michael wants 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.


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