Title: Between Heaven & Hell (Heavenly Sins #1)
Author Name & Publisher: L.M. Brown (Pride Publishing)
Publication Date & Length: October 31, 2014 – 240 pgs
What happens when an angel and a demon fall for the same mortal man? Tristan Garrett is about to find out whether the ménage they form is made in Heaven or Hell.
Angel Machidiel (Mac) and demon Alastor have been denying the attraction they feel for each other for centuries because relationships between angels and demons are forbidden.
Things change forever when they both fall for the same mortal man and begin a relationship with him. Together with Tristan, the menage they form is filled with jealousy and insecurities, passion and love. Only time will tell if the relationship they have forged together is made in Heaven or Hell.
This book was so damn hot!
You get a angel named Mac and a demon named Alastor and a human named Tristen mix that all together and the steam in this book was off the charts hot!
The way they all worked together and made sure none of the tree of them felt left out at all. When Tristen goes through what happens to him at the end of this book I just loved how Mac and Alastor were there for him through it all.
You get your angst with this as well as the sweet and the steam!
You also get your bad guy which excuse my language but Lawrence was a ass! I mean seriously everything he did to Tristen was just ugh! I really do not like Lawrence at all.
I loved the authors pretense of this story. L.M. Brown had be grabbed from the beginning of this book and I could not put it down. This ménage between these three men was so good!
All together I loved this book and thought it was a awesome start to this series!
I would definitely recommend this book!
I live in England, in a quaint little village that time doesn’t seem to have touched. No, wait a minute- that’s the retirement biography. Right now I am in England in a medium sized town that no one has ever heard of, so I won’t bore you with the details. Keeping me company are numerous sexy men. I just wish that they weren’t all inside my head.