Everyone is separated, and no one is safe.
Raven Danvers didn’t think her life could get any crazier since the night a demon attacked her in an alley and abducted her mom.
She was wrong.
Because now that same demon has abducted her too. He’s thrown her into a secret bunker with a group of humans who have unique abilities that make them “gifted.” They don’t know what the demons want with them, and the bunker is impossible to escape.
Her only hope is Noah—the wolf shifter she’s imprinted upon. She just needs to let him know where she is. But she can’t do it alone. Her only way to get a message to him is to team up with the other humans by making use of their unique gifts.
But they have to do it fast. Because their time in the bunker is temporary. The demons are prepping them to go somewhere else… somewhere far worse than where they are now.
They don’t know what this place is.
They just know they really, really don’t want to find out.
Get ready for a magical, twist-filled ride in the fourth installment of The Angel Trials series, a fast-paced urban fantasy adventure that will leave you on the edge of your seat wanting more!
Raven and Noah's story continues in the fourth book. This series is turning out to be even better than I expected. I love Raven's character so much. She seems like a normal human girl but the demons think she is gifted and that keeps putting her in harm's way. She is kidnapped by demons, along with Sage. Now she must find a way out of her prison. She is sure that Noah will be looking for her so it won't be long before she is free and once again on the quest to find her mother.
Noah and Thomas are trying their best to find the girls. Unfortunately, it's not as easy as they thought. Sage is apparently beyond rescue and they still have no idea where Raven is... until they get help from a very unlikely source... now all they need to do is, kill some demons and find a way to stay alive.
It's an action-packed, fast-paced paranormal fantasy novel, which I enjoyed reading very much. It's part of a series and cannot be read as standalone. So far I've loved all the books in this series and can't wait to read more about the adventure of my favorite characters.
P.S. I received a complimentary copy of this book.