Thursday, February 16, 2012

Angel Evolution by David Estes

Taylor is a freshman at college and adjusting to the campus and college life fairly well. She still keeps having nightmares about serpents, so she is constantly tired. When she meets Gabriel, she is instantly attracted to him, but his dilated eyes and glowing aura have her treading carefully.

Taylor has a gift, and soon the reader is introduced to Christopher. Gabriel is an angel and Christopher a demon, but they are hiding something. They consistently lie to Taylor and as the central persona in the war of good vs. evil, it makes it difficult for her to make realistic decisions.

Althought I liked the character of Taylor, I didn't care for Gabriel at all. Very egotistical and over-confident, his character held no appeal to me. As the first in a new series, Angel Evolution shows real promise and I look forward to how the story will proceed in the next installment. Maybe I'll that connection between reader and character then, but it was very weak in this one.

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