Review All for You by Dana Marie Bell
Someone—or something—is stalking Abby Marcheson. Luckily, she has her brother’s hunky friend Seth to keep her safe. Abby falls easily into her protected life, with Seth constantly by her side, and when he asks her out on a date, she’s eager to accept.
But Seth is much more than he seems. A Nephilim, a son of Angels with wings of his own, Seth is bound to spend his life hunting the Shemyaza, evil descendants of Angels. He’s kept his wings hidden from Abby in order not to frighten her, but as her stalker becomes bolder, Seth begins to suspect that a Shem has Abby in its sights…
As their flirtation escalates into full-blown passion, Seth is torn. Should he reveal his true nature to the beautiful, trusting Abby? Will she accept him, wings and all, or will Abby flee her guardian angel and fall prey to the sinister force that wishes her harm?
A super cute novel, and one of the fantastic things about ms Dana marie bell is how FUN all of her books are. Even when its dealing with difficult subject matter, its a fantastic fun read. So I was really looking forward to reading All for You, which is a little darker than the typical Dana Marie Bell book. She is always so upbeat and cute in her books and I loved how much focus was paid to the romance between Seth and Abby despite everything else going on around them.
Ms. Bell also super efficiently and expediently dealt with the whole stalker, killer, murdering bastard parts of the book well, without too much emphasis on the creepy, but just enough to make spiders walk on your back, and she also dealt with explaining the Nephillim super well, without the sometimes overwhelming snaffus, that occur when an author tries to explain too much or too little and ends up spending entirely too much of the book explaining the paranormal aspects in way too much detail.
I loved it and it was entirely engaging and interesting.
Overall Rating: B