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Independent author of paranormal urban romance sci-fi fantasy type stuff
on Oct. 25, 2012 :
loved this book. It is exciting, dark, and yet hopeful. I immediately snatched up "Ugly Like Me" and I am waiting for the next book. All I can say is, MORE MORE MORE!!
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
on Oct. 07, 2012 :
I'm actually struggling with what to say here.
Its taken me a few days to finish reading this, but that has more to do with my family life rather than the readability of the book.
Nia Shay is a new to me author, this is the first time i have read anything she has written and now that i have i can honestly say i will be reading more of her work. In fact the next book i read will be her Ugly Like Me.
From the moment I started reading I was hooked. Jade and Zeph's relationship was awesome, I loved that she beat the cr@p out of him when he first showed up even though it was painfully clear that she still loved him, and their back story was revealed gradually rather than being dumped on you all in one hit which would have been too much to deal with.
I really liked Brax and I really hope he shows up in later books, even if I'm not sure whether he his a 'good guy' or 'bad guy'.
As paranormal romances featuring Dark Angels/Fallen Angels go this is rather superb and is a definite must read.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
on Sep. 12, 2012 :
dark angel's ward isn a fantasic book that brings fantasy and romance to a whole new level. cant wait for the next one
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Brea Nicole Bond
on May 29, 2012 :
Dark Angel's Ward is the rare novel that begs for both prequel and sequel treatment. From the first chapter, the reader is plunged into the midst of an ongoing paranormal conflict. The effect is an exciting immersion into the dark and gorgeous world of Shay's angels and demons, but it's also somewhat dizzying in the early pages of the book (don't worry--all confusion is resolved as the story unfolds!). Strange, as well, is the author's take on the paranormal romance genre; rather than walk the line between fantasy and erotica, Shay vascilates wholly between the two, and the resulting story is much steamier than standard fantasy fare. The supporting characters are a bit two-dimensional, but the protagonist couple have enough chemistry to keep the reader engaged and wanting more. Dark Angel's Ward would make an excellent foundation for a successful series.
(reviewed 50 days after purchase)