Waiting On Wednesday (4)

“Waiting On” Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.

From DevynQuinn.com:

The first seal has been broken, signaling the end of days. Fallen angels in the form of vampires are infecting humans one by one, creating an army fit for Armageddon. Of the few who survive the infection, one stands alone above all others…

For one year, Jesse Burke has been suppressing the beast within, driven by vengeance to destroy the vampiric fallen angels terrorizing New Orleans. But a war of biblical proportions is too much for one girl to handle, and she must turn to slayer Maddox deValois for training, though it threatens her fiercely-guarded independence. At the same time, the sinister demon Queen Amonate is doing everything in her power to lure Jesse into embracing the darkness inside her soul—a power play that will trap her in a deadly web of deception between the forces of good and evil…

Before this war is over, everyone will learn that hell hath no fury like a woman possessed…

I admit that the cover art attracted me when I first seen this book. Then when I read the description? I knew it was something I wanted to read. I’m a sucker for end-of-the-world books. Throw in some fallen angels and you have my complete attention. Yes, I do like The Prophecy movies if you were wondering.

However, I ask myself, “Do I really need to get hooked on another series?” I suppose the answer to that question would be obvious. I’m working on spring cleaning at the moment so hopefully there will be room on the shelves for a new title in August. This series sounds like it could be quite appealing so I’m just going to give in and buy a copy for myself. It’s coming out as a paperback release so I won’t feel guilty about spending a lot of money. I don’t much fancy purchasing hardcovers unless it’s something that I particularly enjoy.

I’ve never read any books by Devyn Quinn so this will be a new experience.


3 thoughts on “Waiting On Wednesday (4)

    • I don’t consider myself an urban fantasy fan, but I still manage to find books along this vein that I like/want to read.

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