Angels and Demons? What is it about them that have us mere humans enthralled with them? Is it the fact that they could be real, or just the fact that we can make them into what be believe they could or should be. What about a fallen angel? For me is the fantasy behind them and the stories that we can make up. Hot sexy Fallen Angels or even Demons, which one are you?
To some this line of thinking is a controversy, and to others like me we like to play and read about the mythical world and don’t really care about what others might think.
Unselfish Sacrifice by S.E Kloss is that, a story about angels and demons were they main characters are a Fallen Angel and a Demon, but that is not all, this story is about love, sacrifice and doing what you think is right not matter the consequences.
The story starts off right off the bat with the prologue. At first you are wondering that the heck is going on, but you continue to read because you know if you stop you will be left wondering what happen and why, and I am glad that I did.
I instantly fell in love with the pain in the butt, softy named Lucas. The way he goes about things from the beginning makes you mad, happy, and just laugh at his craziness, but what is there to expect from a Demon. Then there is the main man of the story, a Fallen Angel named Kael, a cast away from the heavens because of one fleeting thought that he didn’t even realized he had until it was too late. Was GOD harsh in his punishment, or did he do the right thing by casting him out? That is a good question that I’m still asking myself.
Unselfish Sacrifice takes you into the life of Kael as he learns about the new him, the one that is not an angel any longer but something different that he is not too sure whether he likes or not. As he finds himself with his knew status we are along for the ride for every step he takes. Lust, love (will he get the girl?), loss, sadness is all there in this wonderful story. I cant wait to read the next installment, and I hope the author lets me as soon as it comes out.
I definitely recommend this story to any and all readers that like reading about angels, demons, and humans. It’s a great start, and I give the book 4 Olives.