Humans and archangels don’t mix on the best occasions.
When Saffron Morin goes to the gates of the demon colony, Eden, in search of her sister, she meets an archangel who is curious one minute and hostile the next, and she ends up the colony’s “guest” against her will.
Kestrel’s archangel psychic talent tells him the human woman’s life is in danger. Despite her family’s association with poachers who hunt archangels for their valuable feathers, he vows to save her life. Enemies by birth, lovers by choice, they give in to growing attraction as days pass.
Even if he succeeds in saving her life, he must hurt her to protect others of his kind, and he may not be able to live with himself after a betrayal he has no choice but to commit. In order to find redemption, the Collector’s daughter and an archangel must first find each other.
"This is a MUST READ book for all you angel and demon lovers!" - A Diary of a Book Addict
I.WANT.MORE! That is the thought that popped into my head after finishing this story. The world is beyond creative, the characters are ones that I don’t want to let go, and the writing is superb. Again I.WANT. MORE
Saffron needing to find her sister goes to Eden, the city in the forest that is hom... ...more
Another great story from Sarah! I adore her angels so much and was so excited when I heard about this story! It's just as great as Out in Blue, but has a story that is different and equally as good! Sarah's writing flows wonderfully and I always enjoy reading everything she writes! :) ...more
This is a wonderful novella, hitting all the right emotions very quick without feeling rushed! A great, quick read.
Gilman creates a wonderful world that I want to spend much more time in! This novella just only whets your appetite and leaves you wanting more! ...more
I can’t even explain to how much I loved this story, but I will do my best. I read Sarah Gilman’s first book in the Return to Sanctuary series “Out in Blue” back in 2011 when I first started blogging…you can see my review @ Salacious Reads (I updated the graphics). I was on a archangel high after... ...more
Where to start with this review....... Well first I would like to give a HUGE THANK YOU to Jamie over at Entangled for allowing me to read such an EPIC book! Everyone who knows me knows I love books with Angels and Demons in it. I love the fact that good and evil can come together and just be. Th... ...more
Wings of Redemption is a novella from the upcoming Return to Sanctuary series from author Sarah Gilman. Set in a demon colony just outside Quebec, Wings takes the theme of "lovers from different worlds" to another level! Beyond the fact that Saffron is human and Kes is an archangel, Saffron's ass... ...more
I loved this story. It is so completely different from anything else I have read. Yes, there is a love story and you can tell from chapter one that they are probably meant to be (not that I am saying they will be together because that would be spoilerish ;)). What is so unique and amazingly wonde... ...more
Wings of Redemption is a lovely read!
Saffron Morin is a very engaging heroine. Smart, sassy and compassionate. Her father is “The Collector”, and if you’re an archangel believe me that’s not a good thing! She gets involved with Krestel, or Kres. Or My Kres, like I call him! What a breathtaking h... ...more
This new novella by author Sarah Gilman takes us through a deeply moving relationship between Saffron, a human woman, and the earthbound angel, Kestrel. Saffron’s father has angels hunted for their plumage and is notorious for violence among the community of angels and demons. Saffron has grown u... ...more
This is a really great story with an interesting world. I would love to see a full length book in this world, just to keep it going. Kestrel is a layered hero and his heroine is feisty and knows how to handle him! I enjoyed the writer's voice and the little details to the colony where the angels... ...more
This is a lovely novella based in the world of "Out in Blue." A complicated romance evolves between a human woman and an archangel who, by rights, should be enemies. The passion is palpable and the characters are well-drawn and sympathetic. A perfect Saturday read! ...more
This was an emotional book to be only 85 pages. I commend Sarah Gilman for being able to write such a book that pulled out that amount of emotion in a short period of time.
I loved every page of this book, definitely see myself reading it again after I read the next two books. ...more
This is one of the best free paranormal romances I've read in a while - I'd probably be safe in saying that it's the best one I've read all year.
I know that's not saying much. The bar is set pretty low, after all.
I genuinely liked this story, though. The idea of fallen angels needing to coexist w... ...more
This is a prequel to Out in Blue. Of course with any novella I would rather have a longer story and more, but with the size it was a great short story with only a couple characters that are in Out in Blue. This is a great little love story of how Kestrel and Saffron get together. Kestrel is a fu... ...more
A Beautifully Told Lyrical Romance
Saffron marches to the gates of the demon/archangel colony in order to find her sister, Thyme. Her sister disappeared with poachers while hunting archangels, and Saffron fears she’s dead even though she was only there to take pictures. You see, Saffron’s parents... ...more
Well, it's been a while since I read book 1 in this series and I'm all over jumping back into the series after reading this novella. Angels! Demons! More demons! BAD THINGS HAPPENING! *flutters a bit* All things I enjoy, as it turns out!
So. Kes and Saffron don't seem like they're the ideal couple... ...more
I like the background of this story, where demons and fallen angels are known to humanity, even if the angels are hunted for their wings. Saffron, daughter to one of the more dangerous poachers, doesn't share her family's views. She would rather take photos than lives, but she puts her life on th... ...more
Having read this after book one I already knew about the world Ms Gilman can weave within her books.
I loved this series from book one, and this novella did not disappoint.
Kestrel (Kes) was an intriguing character, and I loved how he blossomed out of his shell upon meeting Saffron, even when he fo... ...more
Just finished this book and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Saffron is a human in search of her sister, so she goes to the demon colony to ask if they have her. This may not be the brightest move due to her parentage!
Kes is an archangel that lives in the colony, and he can't help but be drawn to her. They... ...more
I don't know what I expected from this book. But I do know it wasn't what I got. Being a short, quick look into the series, I thought it would be just that but no, I basically got at least half a story that had lined up the rest of this series perfectly. Can't wait to see what is in store for Saf... ...more
This was really cute and sweet. And sometimes terrifying. Well, not terrifying more anxious-afying. (Is that even a word? It is now. xp) It was an interesting read, very entertaining. I now want to read the rest of the series. ^_^ ...more
This kinda reminded me of Romeo and Juliet in the way that it was their "families past" that presented a problem. Even though the story reminded me of something I still found myself enjoying what I read. ...more
Saffron looks for her missing sister @ the archangel colony convinced shes been mistaken captured as a poacher. Kestrel hears her demands to be acknowledged @ the gate only to discover the women are the daughters of a renowned angel poacher. Should Saffron be punished for the sins of her family? ...more
I enjoyed how brave the heroine, Saffron, was. She put herself in danger to save her sister in the beginning and then in the end, to do the right thing. Kes, the Archangel, is the perfect hero. It was a good story and I enjoyed getting to know both of the characters. ...more