Blurb: Mikayel lives by one rule—obey the orders of the angelic Council at all costs. That is, until he and his friends, Azza and Demi, are sent to Earth. Assigned as Watchers while they await their decision of which angelic order to serve, the three assume the bodies of teenagers and experience life as human. The sensations are overwhelming as the angels experience a host of human emotions—rage, terror, love—and come ever closer to breaking one of the unbreakable rules—never fall in love.
But being human isn’t the only problem facing the three angels. Unbeknownst to the Council, demonic activity is on the rise, threatening to break a tenuous peace that has existed for a millennia; a peace Azza seems bent on destroying.
Caught in a struggle for power with unseen demonic forces and Azza, and fighting against his rising emotional attachment to Demi, Mikayel must now decide how much he is willing to sacrifice for his new found love—a decision that could reignite an ancient war and will threaten the only thing that matters to the angels, the survival of humanity.
Christine Fonseca did a wonderful job executing this Greek myth tale on angels! I was pleasantly surprised as the subject matter is not my usual reading forte. There is a strong theme on the value emotions between the three main characters. Broken wing also focused on sacrifice, love and redemption. I really enjoyed getting to know these characters! Don’t let Broken Wing being a novella fool you, these few pages are jam packed with intrigue, suspense, love, and a fight scene between angels and demons!
My own feelings were torn from me in this short, exciting read! Christine really researched the subject matter and it shows in her writing, I can’t wait to read the rest of this series!
Award-winning and critically-acclaimed author of fiction and non-fiction. Lover of books, lattes, and family. Passionate about humanity. Recent titles include Transcend, The Solomon Experiment series, and Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students, second edition.
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