Rage and Redemption (Rebel Angels Book 1), by Cyndi Friberg

rage redemption book reviewWhen the couple gets together, wow. I am looking forward to seeing what Cyndi Friberg comes up with for her next story; she is definitely an author to watch.
– Angel, Romance Junkies 5 stars!

Rebel Angels, Book One: Proud and rebellious, Gideon is banished from the Light. His own words define his punishment, transforming bloodlust into literal hunger. Living by his sword, he wanders the land of mortals, embittered and alone.

Naomi works in secret, illuminating manuscripts for the Knights of St. John. Gideon is drawn to her beauty and fascinated by her innocence. She stirs the shattered remnants of his nobility, intensifying the conflict already raging within him.

Gideon is unlike anyone Naomi has ever encountered before. His passionate kisses and intoxicating caresses leave her restless and wanting. Still, she senses the bleak loneliness he tries so hard to deny. Responding to his seduction with tenderness, she is determined to help him rediscover the beauty in life.

The battle lines are drawn. Gideon must seek redemption or Fall. Naomi must lead her Rebel Angel back into the light before the forces of darkness destroy them both.

Note to Reader: This book contains detailed descriptions of sizzling passion only suitable for mature readers.

From Cyndi: The concept of angels and demons has always fascinated me. I couldn’t help wondering how the angels felt when they were ordered to throw one third of their ranks out of Heaven. Obviously they obeyed, but how did it make them feel? I’ve been a fan of Historical romance for years, so I chose the Crusades as a backdrop for this exploration. I originally set out to capture the emotional struggles of an angel left behind by the rebellion. But, as usual, my muse decided to twist my concept. I don’t want to say too much, but suddenly my angel had fangs and I was powerless to stop the influx of paranormal elements. I hope you’ll find the resulting love story as entertaining as I did. I learned long ago not to argue with my muse. Enjoy!

About the Author
Anything-but-Ordinary is a creed I try to reflect in my writing. Though all of my books have a paranormal twist, the main focus remains love, loyalty and the struggle for redemption. My writing has won numerous awards and appeared on several best seller lists. (Amazon, Fictionwise and All Romance Ebooks) I live in Colorado with my high school sweetheart turned husband of many years. With a pampered cat curled on the corner of my desk, I dream of faraway worlds and larger than life adventures—and wouldn’t have it any other way!
Product Details
Print Length: 320 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0988300117
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Anything-but-Ordinary; 2nd edition (October 21, 2012)
Language: English

REVIEW:
Cyndi’s Rebel Angel series is very good. She is very precise when it comes to the various orders of the spirit beings. I can’t say much because I’ll be telling you the story. However, if you are a lover of all things spiritual and want to know what goes on out there in their world then you must get this book. The book kept me turning pages, especially during the fighting scenes. I loved the way the author did her research and while I was reading there were times I stopped to check my history of these beings and found out that she was on point.

When you read the book, you will not only get a history lesson, but also some very steamy scenes. I LOVED THIS SERIES! can’t wait for the next book (hint, hint). I love an author who is not afraid to take it to another level in their writing which this one has done. Will definitely keep her on my shelf (or in my kindle). I was not dissapointed. Well I’m on to reading her other series: Beyond Ontariese. Oh and don’t forget to check out her Therian Heat series.

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