Going Beyond T!
The T: Demonic Investigator Saga continues with Book 4: Angels & Demons Unleashed.
A shocking story of the Angels and Demons featured in the T Trilogy, this book starts with April May, the sweet Earth Angel as she recalls her innermost secret…
Her pretty white dress ripped away, April May knew her father tore it from her to take her — as he had her mother. In the kitchen, he would feast on her innocence. Savagely thrown onto the table, she found a knife was in her hand. Not knowing her power, suddenly he was on the floor, the handle of a steak knife sticking out of his eye socket. He was dead.
April May has a secret. She killed her father.
Now, April faces the daughter of Satan in a battle that will change the world. Elsa, the ultimate demon, uses all her power to seduce April’s fiancé, T: Demonic Investigator. Elsa’s father has denied her his love. What’s a poor demon to do? Elsa has a good guess. Offer T pleasures beyond all imagination only she can give.
T, April, Gloria, Amber, Heather, and Michael the Archangel face hell’s fury, all in the name of love — as craved by Elsa.
Angels & Demons Unleashed takes you where no reader should go:
Into the desires of true demons. With life eternal, they fear nothing. Now, a new breed of Angels is created with the power of Heaven — and hell.
Earth Angels and all of Heaven combine to stop the lust of one love-crazed demon.
Elsa. Lucifer’s little girl.
I was lucky enough to receive this book from the author. I hope the prospective reader will read this review fully before making any prejudgments on the book. I will give the book my thoughts. These thoughts are completely my own and not swayed in any way by anyone else’s reviews or opinions.
I think that this book was an interesting read and a good book, but I was at a disadvantage since I started halfway in and not from the beginning. There are more books in the series that I have not read. That being said, I do think that this book is well-written that has an interesting topic.
I liked the way it was written. There was a lot of engaging moments that kept me in the story. I liked the premise of good versus evil, but it is a story played a lot and I was looking for something more than your typical battle story. I have read a lot of books that speak on demons and defeating an enemy. This book falls right into that fantasy category. Although, paranormal romance should be noted as well.
My Rating: I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars. Why? Because it is not typical. There is more complex themes than your usual good versus evil battle. There isn’t a clear line drawn, which I love. I liked that as the reader, I could make my own opinions about who is who and the heartless nature of demonic species. I was not told what to feel or believe, but still trusted the main characters and their choices. It was an interesting read in a world that had some realism in it. I do recommend this book to anyone wanting something different, but I recommend starting from book one.