Saturday, September 27, 2014

Review: Angel Kin By Tricia Skinner

Book Description

While channeling Robin Hood’s “steal from the rich and give to the poor” attitude at a local politician’s house, ex-con Katie Logan witnesses a forced suicide. Dirty or not, supernatural or not, he didn’t deserve to die, especially not by his own hand. But with her record, stepping forward as a witness isn’t an option. On the run from the police and the murderer, she turns to The Bound Ones for help.

When a beautiful woman comes to The Bound Ones, half-angel assassin Cain is immediately drawn to her. But when she fingers him as the killer, he can come to only one conclusion. The twin he thought was dead is very much alive…and trying to send him a message. Unfortunately, that message is: “You’re next.” It’s a race against time as Cain fights to save the woman he’s falling in love with before his brother Abel destroys them both.

My Review

I won this book in a blog contest and have never read anything from this author before. But if you've read my reviews before you know that I love finding new authors to read and I definitely found a great one here. After reading the blurb on the back, I really hoped that the story would live up to my expectations and boy did it ever. 

Cain is not what I expected in a half angel half human but I really liked his character. He's big and intimidating and oh so hot! We find out a lot about his childhood, how he lost his family and why he does the work he does now. It's sad and angering all at the same time, I really felt bad for him.

When we first meet Katie she is burglarizing a house and hides in a closet when the owner comes home unexpectedly. At first I thought she was going to be one of those whiny, crying, I'm too afraid and too traumatized to go on...type of girls but she ends up being a strong, caring woman and I loved her character. 

I really liked that the author gave us so much background into Cain and his brother so we know where all the trouble is coming from and how it started. I won't lie, the description of Abel's powers and what exactly he can do are scary creepy. You wouldn't want to meet this guy in a dark alley. 

These halfing angels are warriors so there's enough action, gory descriptions, explosions and punches to the face to keep those who want a little action along with their paranormal romance, very happy. The secondary characters are brought to life very well and I look forward to finding out what will happen with them in upcoming books. 

The ending of this book was left wide open without a cliffhanger *thank you* for there to be another book in this series and I'm looking forward to finding out what happens next. 

I easily give this book 5 out of 5 stars. 


  1. Sounds like a good one to win indeed, always great when it turns out to be really good.

  2. I love discovering new authors, especially when their work is great. Sounds like a good read!

  3. Pat- It really is.

    Stephanie- Me too, a good way to find new books to read.

  4. Oh yah! I have this one on my tbr pile. I just couldn't resist that cover. So glad to see you loved it!

  5. Anna- Yeah I think you'll like it too, it was good.

  6. Anna- Yeah I think you'll like it too, it was good.

  7. Thank you for reading and reviewing Angel Kin! I think I'm the fortunate one with your contest win. :)

  8. Tricia- I'm so glad you liked the review. I'm looking forward to reading more from you. :)


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