An Angel’s Soul by S.L. Armstrong and K. Piet

An Angel's SoulAn Angel’s Soul by S.L. Armstrong and K. Piet
Reviewer:  Tj
Publisher:  Storm Moon Press
Short Story:  12,000 Words
Purchase at Barnes and Noble and Smashwords
Roses:  1
 

This is a free read.

Cole had everything: a great education, his own company, money, and Daniel, his lover since college. But in gaining everything, he lost the one thing he’d been building that life for: Daniel. Now that Daniel has moved on, Cole is without direction or purpose. Turning to alcohol and drugs to fill the void left behind, Cole dives head first into a downward spiral, unaware that there is another who loves and cares for him.

As Cole’s guardian angel, Raziel has watched Cole since birth, and his love for his ward is deep and abiding. Witnessing Cole’s fraying life breaks Raziel’s heart, and when the thread that binds them together wavers during an overdose, Raziel breaks all the rules just to keep Cole alive. The consequences are unthinkable, but a life without Cole is a loss that Raziel simply can’t conceive. An angel’s soul was made to love, after all, and if he saves Cole, perhaps he can show Cole how the end of one great love doesn’t mean another waits patiently for him.

(Part of the Goodreads M/M Romance Group’s Love is Always Write event.)

I liked the characters and the writing style.  These two authors are wonderful writers and this one reflected that.  There is just one major problem I had with the story.  There wasn’t anything new to it.  It is just like you would expect the story to go.  No new twists or unusual events.  I was a little disappointed to see that as I was expecting some twist on an old plot idea.  It really isn’t worth going to read since you can read the blurb and pretty much know how the story is going to go.

rose-1

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About bluesmokey

I'm a plain Jane who longs to put her imagination to work. I'm not a writer but I like to read.

Posted on Friday, August 30th, 2013, in Book Review, Fantasy, M/M Romance, One Rose, Short Story: 1-100 pages, TJ and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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