More of my reviews posted at: Take Me Away... On the Pages of Your StoryWell, let's just say it wasn't what I expected. But it was ok. Like it was an interesting twist to the while angel and demon thing that most people have written about. I loved how she incorporated the 7 Deadly Sins into it. It made for a very original story. Finding out all that the Dukes and the Nephilim did was very interesting. I also LOVED the cover. That was my main reason for buying it (bad I know, but it really was....) What I didn't like was I kind of felt like it was a bit of information overload. Like the plot was dragging and I spent more of the book learning about all the characters than actually enjoying the stories. I understand that most good stories have well developed characters, but sometimes I feel that too much info is unnecessary. Like I wasn't until the end when I was like "OMG these Dukes are creepy! I can't wait to find out what happens next!" and then it was over. But I can say this... It did leave me wanting the sequel. Only because I want to see if there will be more action in that one since I got most of the info out of the way in this book. Lastly, although Anna wasn't one of my favorite characters (I was reallllly annoyed by her goody goodness... Part angel or not...), I did LOVE Kaidan. He's a Drummer and has a British accent! [Spoiler: Plus he's the son of the Duke of Lust! I mean come on!] I can't tell you the amount of times I imagined him looking at me with those bedroom eyes and then thought wait, how many other girls got the bedroom eyes tonight smh He really has me as conflicted as he does Anna.