Falling Angels What s worse than losing your job How about losing your life your home and everything familiar I just wanted to work What did I get in return A long fucking fall with a sudden stop Stranded on earth

  • Title: Falling Angels
  • Author: Jen Winters
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  • Page: 372
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  • What s worse than losing your job How about losing your life, your home, and everything familiar I just wanted to work What did I get in return A long fucking fall with a sudden stop Stranded on earth with little hope for survival and an eternity of banishment ahead of me, I did the only thing I knew I worked the jobs I could Until I realized I d been replaced ThenWhat s worse than losing your job How about losing your life, your home, and everything familiar I just wanted to work What did I get in return A long fucking fall with a sudden stop Stranded on earth with little hope for survival and an eternity of banishment ahead of me, I did the only thing I knew I worked the jobs I could Until I realized I d been replaced Then I got mad Eleven thousand years of fighting for my destiny had me broken, bitter, and ready to just give up And then my best friend blew up Fort Worth and screwed the entire universe in the process Now I have to save his ass from everyone including the Guardians I hate Guardians those intrusive vixens replaced me, took over my job, and left me utterly useless But this one, Lavinia, she s almost as old as I am and she is starting to get under my skin I can t concentrate when she s around everything about her mystifies me and why the hell do I remember her from before She shouldn t even exist And certainly not in my memory.

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    About "Jen Winters"

    1. Jen Winters

      Jen Winters fell in love with paranormal romance after her daughter was born and she needed a way to escape reality for a few minutes a day She loved it so much she decided to take her own pen to it The world of the Guardians was developed through deeply irreligious conversations with her father who likes to misinterpret scripture as often as humanly possible and a good dose of did I just read that when looking into ancient near eastern mythology and scripture.

    456 thoughts on “Falling Angels”

    1. I'd give this a 4.5, but doesn't allow half stars.Where to start with this book? Angels, demons, guardians, the origins of werewolves and vampires, and so much more goodness. Normally I prefer my paranormal a little darker, but that's not to say this book didn't have action. It did and it was fantastic! Loved it when Ambrose fought against the demons who were sent to kill him. And what a snarky attitude on him. *sigh* Just how I like my heroes.This is a story about Ambrose, a fallen angel who s [...]


    2. Falling Angels follows the path of Ambrose, one of the Fallen, who begins the book in total isolation and disillusionment. He has failed to choose a side in the war between the Creator and the rebellious angel, Lucifer. I haven’t read a lot of books featuring angels. The one’s I’ve liked in the past were Faith Hunter’s Blood Ring, Hosts and Seraphs. Also Susan Ee’s Fallen, The World After and End of Days. Jen Winters’ books fall into a similar vein of darkness, hot sex and major dest [...]


    3. Overview: The Devine made machines to create the world. The machine Lucifer started a fight, forcing the others to choose, him or them. Ambrose is a fallen angel, he didn’t choose either side but wanted only to do his job. This caused him, and others with the same opinion, to become scattered throughout time and space. Once landed somewhere they were forbidden to leave, forced to live their days cut off from everyone. Yuruch is a machine that chose Lucifer, but soon regretted it and made a dea [...]


    4. I was gifted this book for an honest reviewI have never read anything from this author before.What a totally different take on Angels and Demons. Not at all what I was first thinking when I was given the book. It did take me a few chapters to understand some of the story but after that, the story just kind of enthralls you.A fallen Angel, once a machine who delivered souls, is outcasted from The Divine for not wanting to join in the fight between the Angels and Demons. Sent to Earth for what he' [...]


    5. This was Ambrose's story, one of the Fallen Angels. It was a very interesting read, seeing Jen Winters take on how things were created and when and what the Angels were supposed to be doing and why the Thetas were created. How guardians came to be, how Yuruch's children came to be. There are some pretty unexpected twists in the story arc that just curl your toes for good and curl your toes in an "OMG" fashion. Watching the transformation that Ambrose goes through in this book was fascinating. Hi [...]


    6. A story full of twists and turns, Falling Angels is a complex and nicely woven story about an angel that fell because all he ever wanted was to do his job and not get involved in the war going on. Ambrose begins his life on Earth as an angry fallen one who gets a permanent wound first thing. A demon catches him with a sword and such a wound will never heal on the plane he is now trapped on. Ambrose's view of the planet is that it's broken for quite a while, but as the story progresses, he begins [...]


    7. Ambrose, a fallen one, has much in common with humans. When his familiar existence and purpose are taken from him, he experiences anger and grief. He attempts to continue down a path he recognizes. He hardens his hearts as a means of self-protection. But unlike mortals, this is his lot for centuries upon centuries, and it is only after thousands of years on Earth that Ambrose finds redemption and love.With skillful writing, Jen Winters weaves a complex and often heart-breaking tale of angels, de [...]


    8. Ambrose was an angel who just wanted to do his job. When the Divine Will asked him to choose a side in the war with Lucifer, Ambrose declined. He was busy and he just didn't want to get involved. What a mistake!! When he wouldn't choose he was cast from heaven and stripped of many of his powers. A guy who just wanted to do his job now had, literally, nothing to do and no where to go. To top it off, the angels who had sided with Lucifer wanted to eat him! How's a formerly nearly omnipotent, celes [...]


    9. I love disappearing into the worlds of Jen Winters and Falling Angels was another hit! This book is a must read as we meet Ambrose and learn how he came to be "stuck" on earth. The consequences he had to pay for his indecision and how he lived his eternity on earth. We see how he tries to made amends for his choices. As time passes Yuruch is in and out of his life, and he is forever cleaning p this teams messes. We see how various super races come into existence because of Ambrose and/or Yuruch. [...]


    10. This book is a great continuation of the story. It can be read as a stand alone and you would not feel like you missed anything by not reading the first book. I loved seeing another side of Yuruch that gives me so much more insight into this character. I also liked seeing that even fallen angels can be bitter. This book grabbed my attention and I couldn't put it down until I was done with it. The creation of the wolves and vampires was an interesting twist in the story. I found myself rooting fo [...]


    11. I've said it before and I'll say it again, because I think it's worth repeating.Jen Winters has a wonderful imagination!I love escaping into her world of demons, angels, guardians, werewolves and vampires. There's fantastic action, wonderful romance, and plenty of twists that keep you reading and wondering what's going to happen next. This is a great addition to the series and I am now patiently (ok impatiently) waiting for the next book.



    12. I liked seeing returning characters. Ambrose seemed like he knew everyone and then he found love. It was a very good book. Hope Jen comes out with more



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