Ceri thinks she sees angels … everywhere. She struggles to keep separate what feels like two very different sides to her life. As a manager in an advertising company she’s been working with the gorgeous Alex for two years. The have a friendship based upon the image she portrays whilst she’s at work and it helps to keep her sane. One mad, crazy night spent sharing their secrets and a lot of wine result in them ending up in bed together and their relationship changes. When Alex explains that the reason he doesn’t date is because someone broke his heart, how can Ceri admit that she feels a deep connection to him?
Ceri knows she’s different. What she doesn’t fully appreciate, is that her task in life is to correct a series of incidents that affect some of the people’s lives with whom she comes into contact. She’s simply putting right little errors that could ripple outwards and change the course of their destiny. When she finds herself getting pulled into things that happen around her, how can she prove that she really has made a difference? Is it all in her head?
She’s alone for a reason; she’s not meant to fall in love in her earthly life. Alex is supposed to cross paths with her and help Ceri during a phase where she begins to question the signs she’s being given. It’s meant to be a turning point for them both—but in opposite directions. They are destined to travel very different paths … but Ceri doesn’t know that and neither does Alex …
This is the complete Angels Among Us Series. It contains bonus chapters taking the series beyond ‘The End’ of the first three novellas (Falling, Forbidden and Forever).
I originally read the Angels Among Us Series in the three separate novellas: Falling, Forbidden and Forever. Read my 5* review of these, posted yesterday, by clicking on the link:
Then I found out the complete series version contains bonus chapters, which tell us what happens next. So here is my review of those and my thoughts on the whole series.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
My initial thoughts when I read the first page of the bonus chapters was disappointment. Then I realised what happened only concerned the last chapter in ‘Forever’ and not the whole story.
The story continues with angst and heart-rending scenes that make a happy- ever- after, for Ceri and Alex seem impossible. Thankfully this isn’t an ordinary story.
I recommend this series, in its individual parts, or the complete series, with the additional scenes.
It’s a must read for those of us, who don’t need to see to believe, the true romantics.