Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Keary Taylor lives on Orcas Island in Washington State Forsaken (Fall of Angels Book 2) – Kindle edition by Keary Taylor. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets . Forsaken: Fall of Angels [Keary Taylor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. It’s been four months since Alex gave everything to save Jessica . With the pain of the past behind them, Jessica and Alex are ready to move on with their lives. But moving on is hard when it involves reconnecting with the family.
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Kearh helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Forsaken by Keary Taylor. And it may keep her and Alex apart. There are reasons why he came after her, reasons that are tied to his history that is darker than she could have ever if.
Published January 11th by CreateSpace first published December 23rd Fall of Angels 2. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Forsakenplease sign up. Is there a website where I can read this whole book for free? It got boring really fast. keeary
I preferred the first book. Could someone cliff note this so I could get interested in this again? See 2 questions about Forsaken….
Lists with This Book. Jul 29, Sellaphane rated it it was ok. Or as I like to call it, “For the Sake of Angst”.
Fall of Angels: The Complete Trilogy
Just a fair warning: So, this book starts off haylor time after the last one left off. Jessica and Alex’s lame relationship is in some weird limbo state where it’s good and bad at the same time. It’s good because “OMG we’re together and he’s so hawt eeeee” and bad because “OMG why won’t he fucking marry me does he not love me whyyy? Like I mentioned, her biggest source of angst is the fact that Alex won’t propose to her, which makes her feel just a tad insecure understatement of the century.
Now, the foreaken is, Alex has a pretty good reason for not wanting to marry her. At the end of the last book, he sacrificed himself to save Jessica and instead of dying he tayylor back as an angel, but there’s no guarantee that he’ll be with her forever. Alex knows that there’s ekary chance that the angels will take him away from her forever and so he doesn’t want to marry her because he doesn’t want to leave her alone and unhappy without a husband.
But Jessica doesn’t seem to understand that and is basically just dead set on getting married no matter what. She even gives Alex shit about it, even after he explains his perfectly good reason.
So that causes Alex some angst, along with the fact that he’s an angel and stuff and not human anymore. We sometimes shift to his perspective, but it’s kind of pointless angesl all he does is talk about how he wants to make Jessica happy.
Uh, we know that already, dude. Oh, Cole’s back too. I have to admit, I like Cole in the same way I like all ekary creepy characters. Vall find him entertaining. It’s just too bad that Keary Taylor kind of neuters his character toward the end when he tries to redeem himself and she tries to beat it into your head that he’s starting to become good.
You can’t fool me, I know he’s a no-good bastard of a character, don’t even try that crap. Really, not a whole lot ov in this book. It’s odd; it’s one of those books where a lot happens but nothing really important happens. Mostly it’s just a lot of stuff happens that I couldn’t bring myself to care about.
New characters are introduced but none of them are terribly interesting. This book is all about Jessica and Alex’s angsty, boring, and badly written relationship and there just happen to be angels sprinkled in every now and then to remind you that this is a paranormal romance series.
View all 4 comments. Feb 15, Katinki rated it did not kearyy it Shelves: Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case, and if anything, this second installment just compounded my earlier dislikes. Alex is now an angel. Jessica is something else, saved by Alex’s sacrifice. He’s a rather fun villain.
Fall of Angels: The Complete Trilogy by Keary Taylor
I like that he was pretty mu I like that he was pretty much a creeptastic serial killer. I liked his background.
I thought there was some decent background given for him. The execution fell flat, however. I absolutely hated it. And worse, it wasn’t consistent with the first book in the series, making them mismatched style-wise. If you want to play around in multiple heads, just do it the right way and go for 3rd omni. I found myself really disliking Jessica at times. She was whiny, petulant, and just annoying.
Here she’s been granted life without nightmares by this selfless, noble man, and she’s too busy thinking that she doesn’t have a ring on her finger to appreciate the possibly limited time they have together.
Her personality is dull, depressing, and whiny. Why do they love her??? As I was reading I wondered a few times if this book even had an outline.
It just kind of meandered around. For example, Amber Jessica’s sister suddenly appeared. She added absolutely nothing to this story. Same with Cormack, aka Adam. What Jessica and Cole just Still doesn’t match what we’ve seen of his character. I like these “trials” but WHY do the angels need a stand in in the first place? That makes so little sense as it’s presented.
I need to know why and how this world operates. Without providing the reader fqll, it’s virtually impossible to believe in it. Forskaen typos, repeated dialogue, overuse of phrases and descriptors, and just incorrect word use in general. For example, “ragged” and “raged” are two very different words, yet they were mistaken for each other more than once.
I’ll leave the 3rd book to others. I just don’t care enough about the characters to read more. May 28, Kate Givans rated angdls liked it. Now free of the nightmares and dating the angel she loves, it would seem that life is as it should be.
And to top it all off, something very strange has happened to Jessica herself. The story, in and of itself, is just as original and captivating as the first book in the Fall of Angels series.
Forsaken (Fall of Angels, book 2) by Keary Taylor
I absolutely adore Alex, but his refusal to marry Tyalor just seemed off kery me. I also ended up feeling something more o Cole in this book. The author definitely worked her magic at reminding us all that our choices never fully define who we are. So thumbs up on that one! My distraction in the second book was the same as my distraction in the first book, only I can better understand it now.
I love the story. I love the characters, but it feels like the author is running in circles. A lot of repeated words, repeated phrases — sometimes worded differently, but still pretty much the same phrase. I also noticed that the writing is often hard to get into initially.
I just found myself bored through portions of the story. It may just go back to the repeated phrases. You can only hear someone say something so many times before it becomes boring and annoying. I just keep hoping that each Keary book I read improves a little more, and it seems that they gaylor.
That leaves me very hopeful for the next book in the series. Her books are definitely enjoyable and I do recommend them. Aug 13, Racysteed rated it it was ok.