Book Review: Angel’s Messiah by Melanie Tomlin

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Synopsis

Would you risk everything, for salvation?

Helena — part earth-bound angel, part vampire — is pregnant, and it’s playing havoc with Angel's Messiah by Melanie Tomlin - Cover.jpgher unique abilities. Her usual diet of vampire blood makes her physically ill, one minute she’s visible the next she’s not, and she’s suffering from blackouts.

After yet another blackout, Helena finds herself back in Satan’s clutches. This time there is no way for her to escape on her own, and a dangerous rescue mission ends with Helena going into labour prematurely.

Helena’s child is born and all too soon must leave her to deliver a message to the mortal world. But the last time someone was sent with a message, it didn’t end well…

My Review

Another fantastic book from Melanie Tomlin! This is definitely one of my best reads of the year! This is an astonishing, awe-inspiring and impressive novel that will surely make you keep on moving the pages and crave for more!

We’re all creatures of habit,” he said. “We all fall into a comfortable routine, although occasionally,” his lips brushed my neck and I shivered again, “something comes along to shake that up.” – Melanie Tomlin, Angel’s Messiah

I have wanted to read a book that has something to do with the mythological creatures – like vampires and werewolves – then combined it with biblical people or events and this book – thank you God that I’ve found it – just exceeded my expectations!

“… Religion is for the masses. They think they need religion,” Danny snorted, “when all they need is faith.” – Melanie Tomlin, Angel’s Messiah

I very well give Melanie Tomlin a very loud and slow clap for successfully crafting a story that is very well unique and gives you entertainment with an additional inspirational message.

“Helena, I have learned there are many types of love mortal and immortals are capable of – the love of a child, the love of a husband or wife, and the love of … others.” – Melanie Tomlin, Angel’s Messiah

The characters really entertained me! They always come up with funny things or situations that never failed to make me laugh out loud and mind you, they can also make you cry a bucket of tears and make your blood boil as you feel the hatred that enveloped Helena.

The relationship between Helena and Danny will make you dream that someday, you’ll also get to have someone that will never give up on you – no matter what is your problem.

The plot, the concept, and how it was formed just makes it all perfect!

Life itself is a miracle, and only those who are barren can appreciate the true gift of life, of being able to bring another into this world, to nurture them and help them grow. – Melanie Tomlin, Angel’s Messiah

I am now getting eager to put the next book into my hand so I can already enter the world where you can never get bored from the adventurous journey of Helena and where you will keep on waiting what her curiosity will bring again to her life and the people who surround her.

Disclaimer: I received a reader copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

My Rating

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Book Details

Publisher: Kylani Press

Publication Date: June 10th, 2016

Series: Angel Series, #03

Genre(s): Urban Dark Fantasy

Pages: 360

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About the Author

Melanie Tomlin was born in Beeston, England. At the age of three, her family moved to melanie.jpgsuburban Melbourne, Australia, where she has lived ever since. When she was twelve her parents bought her a typewriter, and she wrote her first novel that very same year. She still has the typewriter, which is somewhat worse for wear, but that first manuscript is now nothing but a distant memory.

Her first published book, Angel’s Kiss, was released in 2015, and the sequel — Angel’s Curse — was released in February 2016. The third book in the series — Angel’s Messiah — is due to be released in June 2016

Melanie is currently working on the fourth book in the ‘Angel Series’ — Angel’s Body — and a book of poems that she describes as sometimes sad, sometimes funny and more often than not a little dark.

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