Covet: v. 1: A Novel of the Fallen Angels - J.R. Ward Reviews
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J. R. Ward Covet: Number 1 in series (Fallen Angels)
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Customer Covet: v. 1: A Novel of the Fallen Angels - J.R. Ward Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/04/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I am always on the lookout for the next "fantastic" book, with me getting through around 3-4 books a week on my quest! I do have my favourites, vampires, bodice rippers and wartime romances to name but a few, though I can now add fallen angels to that list! The book I will now review is - "Covet by J.R.Ward". Jim Heron is a wanderer, he comes from a harsh military background (though no specifics have been mentioned, he seems to be a government employed assassin). After a freak accident at work where he is electrocuted and effectively dies, he finds that he is back to full health with a new mission in life, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Covet is the first novel in the 'Fallen Angels' series written by J R Ward who is the author of the bestselling Black Dagger Brotherhood series. Jim Heron doesn't believe in redemption, a former military killler he's seen too much of the world. Then, a freak accident kills him and he is brought back as a fallen angel with a mission, to save seven souls, each from one of the seven deadly sins in order to keep all that is good in the world. His first soul is Vin Di Peitro, Vin has spent all of his adult life working, he is an incredibly successful business man who has never forgotten where he came from. Vin seems to have it all, but a chance encounter ... Read the complete review
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