J.R. Ward has a way with words, and her imagination is stunning. While I love her Black Dagger series, Fallen Angels is quickly becoming my favorite. Her angels are not perfect - in many ways, more human than the humans - and I'm not referring to just the fallen ones. While the premise provides for a finite number of books, the end of this one creates somewhat of a loophole. I'm interested to see where she's going with it. In any case, you should read this as a series to understand all that is going on.
Book 3 in the Fallen Angels series; the story of Veck and (Sophia) Reilly. As with the first two, it was long. Not as much action or suspence; I didn't care about the characters as much; about half way through I started getting restless. That being said, I still loved it and at this point wouldn't consider for a second not continuing the series. My favorite so far? Number 2.
This is the best book in this series so far. Much more like the "Ward" writing style that we like. Can't wait to see if the next one is even better.