An Angel’s Purpose is the second book in the Soul Savers series.
- Title: An Angel’s Purpose
- Author: Kristie Cook (@kristiecookauth)
- Genre: Paranormal Romance
- Length: 368 Pages
- Released: August 7, 2011
- My Rating: ♥ 8.1 out of 10 ♥
- An Angel’s Purpose at Amazon
Lost in despair, Alexis teeters on the edge of an abyss, her lifeline of hope fraying into a thin thread. If it snaps, she’ll plunge into complete darkness. With the help of her son and her writing, she’s been able to hold on.Until now. Erratic impulses, disturbing delusions and her own demonic blood threaten her sanity. When she’s forced to choose between hanging onto hope or letting go to serve her Amadis purposes, she faces a decision with inconceivable sacrifices.
Alexis runs to the one place she thinks will provide answers, only to find herself at the center of another battle of good versus evil, not only with the Daemoni, not only within herself…but also against the worst opponent imaginable. But even if she wins, what will she lose?
This story picks up where the last one left off. Well sort of. It actually skips forward 7 years but you don’t miss any major things in that seven years because basically with the loss of Tristan she was just dead inside.
The first book in the series ended in a crazy cliffhanger that really made you have to get this book or risk going insane not knowing what happened next.
I loved how things worked out for Alexis and her family.
It was a good story, a good followup from the first book in the series. It wasn’t however good enough for me to want to read the next book in the series. It ended well and for me that was enough.
I am told the series goes on for like 7 more books where things get crazy for Alexis and her family but I just wasn’t drawn into the series enough to care to find out what those things are.
It was a decent enough book. I was happy with both the books in the series.
But a lot of things bothered me. In the first book it was her constant whining and in this book it was the multiple personalities. I don’t know, it’s hard to explain unless you actually read the story and then you’ll be like oh yeah I get it.