Review: Angels Fall by JA Huss & Johnathan McClain (Original Sin #2)

Note: This ARC was provided by the authors in exchange for an honest review.

JA Huss and Johnathan McClain's second book in their Original Sin series was sinfully scintillating, pun absolutely intended. Picking up immediately after the events in series starter Sin with Me, Angels Fall has Maddie Clayton in a car with drug lord Carlos Castillo. He insists that Maddie owes him, and is "nice" enough to give her options: to repay the one hundred and eighty-five thousand "owed" immediately or to stay with him. Maddie, however, doesn't agree to either one, and that leads them to a compromise--she'll need to pay him back in no later than six weeks' time or the drug lord ultimately gets what he wants: Maddie. What she doesn't expect is to find an ally in the one guy that she doesn't want to accept any sort of help from, but Tyler Morgan isn't going anywhere and he refuses to let Maddie face this alone. He may not have been around when she needed him most years ago, but Tyler has no intention of leaving Maddie be. They belong together, and he'll do whatever it takes to prove it to her.

This series is proving to be a test in my non-existent patience, because, man, I hate waiting. However, I know waiting is a necessary evil, and with this second book, Huss and McClain made the wait a more than worthwhile one. Readers get to know Tyler and Maddie even more, and while there's no denying that these two have some awesome chemistry, their relationship is on a different playing field this time around, given that they already discovered their connection to one another by the end of the first book. There's this unique combination of intensity and quirkiness to the story and characters themselves that had me sitting up and taking notice from the beginning of this series, and with this second novel, it's almost as if everything has been taken up a notch or two. I don't know what kind of writing process the authors have, but whatever it may be, it's clearly working for them, because Angels Fall has easily shown just how addicted I--and countless other readers--are to all things Tyler and Maddie. I'm giving this five stars, and already counting the several days before I can get the third Original Sin book. ♥


Read my reviews for the Original Sin series:

Sin with Me (book one) - five stars - My Review

Angels Fall (book two) - five stars - My Review (posted above)


Date Read: 01 April 2018

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