(The Lost Angels Series, #5)
by Heather Killough-Walden
Narrator: Gildart Jackson
In the fevered mind of Samuel Lambent, a storm brews. At its dark heart is a need unlike any other, the kind that ravishes the soul and lays waste to both kindness and sanity. And that storm is mirrored in the skies over Chicago.The Culmination is approaching, for Samuel Lambent is actually Samael, the Fallen One. He's been dreaming of her, craving her, sidelined by an intense obsession that has all but consumed him. And now that he has actually seen Angel, the long-lost fifth and final archess, he will stop short of absolutely nothing to obtain her, going so far as to break fundamental covenants and make the ultimate sacrifice.
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We finally get the story of two of the most mysterious characters in the series. Angel has always been in the background, helping the Archesses and humans. It’s in her nature. To have been paired with Samael as her soulmate… Samael who has always been deemed as “evil”. However, it seems both the readers and Angel discover a different side of Samael.
Besides Angel’s hesitation of Samael based on what she knew of him there’s also what has been speculated of the “Culmination”. This “Big Bad Event” is rumored to be the end of the world and occurs if Samael and Angel unite.
Samael being Samael does take the rumors to heart and will not allow anything to stop him from finally being with his soulmate, not after finally discovering who she is. He sets a plan in motion and begins to woo Angel. It’s quite endearing actually.
There is action of course and plot twist and discoveries that as in life prove that not everything is as it seems or that people are not simply bad.
I really enjoy this final installment. Heather, the author, did a fantastic job of closing the series and questions readers may have had about characters, plots, and/or storylines. I’m actually hoping Heather will spin the series off with the Dragons. Hint, hint. :)
Rating: 4 Stars - LOVED IT
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author, Heather Killough-Walden in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.