Smut factor: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Author: Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine
Genre: Romance, M/M Romance
USA TODAY bestselling authors Brooke Blaine and Ella Frank continue the story of sexy Fallen Angel rockers Viper and Halo in VIPER.
Scorching chemistry. Red-hot lyrics. An irresistible bad boy.
Halo, the new lead singer for Fallen Angel, never stood a chance against Viper, the legendary lead guitarist for the band.
From the moment Halo set foot in Viper’s lair, the match was lit, threatening to consume the two men with the heat of their desire. But when their casual flings begins to morph into more, will it leave the entire band in flames?
After all, it may have been Halo who fell from grace, but it’s only a matter of time before Viper falls for an angel.
VIPER is the second book of the Fallen Angel Series and should be read following HALO. Halo and Viper’s story concludes in book three, ANGEL.
I am such a lover of romance and the story of two people falling in love. It makes me remember what it felt like being with someone when it’s new and exciting. It makes me remember what it’s like getting to know someone else’s likes and dislikes. A love story can make us feel so many different emotions, regardless if we have experienced them yet. Brooke Blaine and Ella Frank do that in Viper, pulling you into the story from the moment you start reading.
“I realized I didn’t need alcohol, because without him, I didn’t want to feel a fucking thing.”
This book brings the characters into the second stage of their relationship. Halo is charming, sweet and so utterly romantic that you want to wrap him up to keep him for yourself. I loved that though this type of relationship is entirely new for Halo, he’s not scared of being vulnerable and owning who he is. Then there is Viper, dripping his bad boy attitude, all sex and crass. He’s confident when it comes to his life, except for his feelings for Halo. He has almost a shyness about it that’s endearing. The banter between the two men is fun and flirty, and I fell in love with their relationship between those bits of lightness they had together. They are two people so altogether different that they shouldn’t work, but it does. It does in a way that is so right you don’t want the words on the page to end.
“Seriously,” I said, sitting forward in my chair. “It feels…right. You feel right.”
One more book to go before Halo and Vipers story concludes, and while that makes me sad, being part of this couple’s journey has been nothing short of breathtaking.