I was so intrigued about this book when I found out that it was written by a teenager so I eagerly read it. This book is about angels, and it is one of my favorite mythical or celestial creatures in a book so that is a plus point for this book for me to enjoy. While I’m starting to flip through the pages, I was expecting that the author will use shallow words to describe the scenes, but when my eyes have finally settled into the pages, I realized that my assumptions were wrong. Alexandra finely selected the vocabulary to describe each and every scene perfectly. Honestly, if I haven’t known that the author is a teenager, I might think that it was written by an adult author.
Although the story is semi-slow paced and very predictable, it is still well written and well described in all of its aspect. I could picture every scene perfectly. Especially on the part of the characters, their personalities and physical appearances were carefully described.
I love Xavier woods. He was described as a perfect gentleman that every girl will swoon. I can picture him as a pretty boy with a sporty look. And best of all I love his personality and his overview on things and issues, it’s like he’s thinking like a 25 year old man. Especially how he defines true love and how he shows it to Beth. And I admire their love for each other, especially when the S word comes to the picture and how they deal with it.
Every thread on the story was neatly made-up for the conclusion part of the story. And I love how it was brought to a some kind of a climatic ending which was just etched on a single paragraph that left me to wonder for the next book.
So if you want to uplift your souls and fall in love, this is the right book for you.