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Of all the Fallen, Raze's hungers are some of the darkest and most insatiable. His brazen seductions cost him his wings, leaving him soulless and immortal, the most dangerous of seducers. He has roamed the earth for eons, hunting the rogues of his kind and protecting the humans who provide him with blood and sex. He is content with his life and the transient pleasures that flow through it... until one night and one woman change everything.

Kimberly McAdams is smart, beautiful, and wealthy. She can have any man she wants, but the moment she sets eyes on the lethally stunning Raze she knows he’s the man she needs. As one searingly erotic night burns into something deeper and far more vital than either of them expected, an adversary from Raze's past sees a chance for revenge. Twisted by hatred, she will take from Raze what was taken from her—the precious gift of love.

Published: Sylvia Day on
ISBN: 9780982857175
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    I rate five star. you guys know why C;more
    Prequel to Sylvia Day's new Renegade Angels series. Sentinels are angels who are on Earth to watch over the Fallen, fallen angels turned vampires as punishment for falling in the first place, who in turn police over those mortals who have been turned. Raze, a Fallen, heads on over to Chicago to clean up a mess some turned mortal vampires have caused. Here he meets Kim and so the love fest begins.Nice short. Definitely makes me want to read the rest of the series. I just didn't like how it ended. It's definitely open ended but yet unresolved. I would hate to think I won't see the Hero/Heroine in the series again. I totally enjoyed the spin on fallen angels being turned into vampires and hope that there is more background given in the full size novels. All in all it was a nice believable read which had me intrigued until the end. Love this talented author so I hope the rest of the series is great.more
    Being drawn into a battle he was not prepared for yet, Raze went to Chicago to see just what the minions had in mind for him. Knowing it might be a trap, he called on the Angel (Adrian) that was tasked with keeping the Fallen (Vampires) alive to live with their punishment. Looking for a release and a distraction for the night, Kim McAdams hit on the handsome, stranger Raze. For some strange reason she felt more comfortable with him than she had with anyone in such a long time, if ever. Not being able to tell Kim the truth about what he was, Raze knew something would have to give, soon. Prequel ..... Actually liked this one till the end. The ending leaves it a bit unresolved for me, but since I missed this one and read Touch of Crimson first - so glad I took the time to go back to read this one. Getting a little bit of the Vampires point of view was neat. To see how they are really kind of working together for the greater good was something I didn't get in Touch of Crimson. - Got a new Kindle for Christmas and immediately found this novella (free on Amazon - yeah).more
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    I rate five star. you guys know why C;more
    Prequel to Sylvia Day's new Renegade Angels series. Sentinels are angels who are on Earth to watch over the Fallen, fallen angels turned vampires as punishment for falling in the first place, who in turn police over those mortals who have been turned. Raze, a Fallen, heads on over to Chicago to clean up a mess some turned mortal vampires have caused. Here he meets Kim and so the love fest begins.Nice short. Definitely makes me want to read the rest of the series. I just didn't like how it ended. It's definitely open ended but yet unresolved. I would hate to think I won't see the Hero/Heroine in the series again. I totally enjoyed the spin on fallen angels being turned into vampires and hope that there is more background given in the full size novels. All in all it was a nice believable read which had me intrigued until the end. Love this talented author so I hope the rest of the series is great.more
    Being drawn into a battle he was not prepared for yet, Raze went to Chicago to see just what the minions had in mind for him. Knowing it might be a trap, he called on the Angel (Adrian) that was tasked with keeping the Fallen (Vampires) alive to live with their punishment. Looking for a release and a distraction for the night, Kim McAdams hit on the handsome, stranger Raze. For some strange reason she felt more comfortable with him than she had with anyone in such a long time, if ever. Not being able to tell Kim the truth about what he was, Raze knew something would have to give, soon. Prequel ..... Actually liked this one till the end. The ending leaves it a bit unresolved for me, but since I missed this one and read Touch of Crimson first - so glad I took the time to go back to read this one. Getting a little bit of the Vampires point of view was neat. To see how they are really kind of working together for the greater good was something I didn't get in Touch of Crimson. - Got a new Kindle for Christmas and immediately found this novella (free on Amazon - yeah).more
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