Paperback: 348 pages
Publisher: Eternal Press (May 7, 2010)
Review Copy: Author
What I Thought:
"Historical" (but not really) paranormals usually always make for a good read and "To Stand With Angels" was a good read for me.
I liked how the story progressed at an easy pace and we really got to know the characters. It was done before I knew it!
I thought Caitlynn created some really great charcaters that meshed well throughout the story. (That's not to say they actually got along LOL!)
Now in the beginning I said "historical" but maybe I should use the term "western." It kinda reminded me of old cowboy movies with supernatural elements. I thought that it made it different and interesting.
Overall I really enjoyed it...and I think the guy on the cover is totally cute. :)
About The Book:
For seven years she's fought her demons, but now a stranger has arrived and the real battle is about to begin... In the wild Wyoming Territory, controlled by an evil cattle baron and his outlaw's guns, one woman is hiding from her horrific crime and one man is seeking revenge. But when a deadly stranger comes to town, Evil takes on a terrifying new face. Now hiding is no longer an option and a revolver cannot kill the supernatural presence that is waiting in the dark city to claim the souls of those foolish enough to stand against it.