Early on, Essie McBane set her standards high and waited for true love. She never expected the answer to her prayer to literally fall from heaven in the shape of a warrior angel with chestnut curls and a celestial body. As much as she’d love to teach the divine creature a thing or two about sex and lust, can she be responsible for leading him into temptation?
Sinfully handsome Cam-ael, an angel, is wounded in the second war between heaven and hell and plummets into the arms of a beautiful human. But Cam knows he must return eventually, no matter how much he likes the material pleasures of earth. Not to mention the sensual pleasure he’s found with Essie.
But when his mortal feelings for Essie draws a demon into the midst, can Cam protect her or will he learn the true meaning of the word sacrifice?
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Whoa, Essie, he’s an angel and a lot younger than you.
His feathers rustled as he unbuckled the fastenings under his arms and bent to place the armor on the floor. What did his ass, hidden by sleek white wings, look like? My, my, he was just too much for a girl to resist. She gave in to temptation, stroked the shiny, soft feathers. He backed into the caress, and a long sigh escaped him.
“That feels incredible.” His voice came husky, and butterflies hatched in her stomach.
It had been a long time since she’d felt belly tugs or the fire of passion licking through her, but when she touched him, the world as she’d known it ceased to exist. He untied the leather tunic and stepped out of it. His wings drooped. He swayed on his feet. She felt guilty as hell, lusting after an angel too weak to stand.
Shakily, he turned to face her. Ginger hair spattered his chest, drew a thin line down his stomach, disappearing in the V-neck of the robe he wore beneath his armor. The loose shirt was thigh-length. The fabric appeared to be linen but with a subtle sheen.
“I’m afraid I can’t remove this.” He lifted a fold of the toga, giving her a tempting glimpse of his upper thigh, very near his cock. “I’m wearing nothing beneath.”
Sizzling Hot Book Reviews gave Celestial Sin 5-stars: Don’t let Celestial Sin fool you, this is one passionate, exciting story. I may never look at wings or feathers the same again. Camael coining the phrase “love on the wing” is worth checking out! I just hope I’m never faced with this type of temptation, because I don’t think I’m good enough to resist. But it sure makes for great reading!
Margaret Marr agrees in her 5-star review at Nights and Weekends: Whew! Celestial Sin is a very naughty story! It’s also one of the few erotic romances that actually captivated me (not to mention made me wish my boyfriend was somewhere nearby). It has enough outer and inner conflict to make the plot interesting, while, at the same time, the graphic sex scenes left
scorch marks across my e-book screen. Celestial Sin gets my stamp of approval because the author made an effort to go beyond the sex by adding stimulating characters and a good plot to the steamy romance.
CELESTIAL SIN — #3 in Erotic novels at 2012 Preditors and Editors Poll!
Romancing the Book Review: They (Cam and Essie) dance around the issue of sex for a while. Not able to ignore the chemistry that has been there from the beginning they end up having very hot, steamy sex. The scene in the air, no clothes, she is wrapped around him…nothing but wings. What a way to join the mile high club. I’ll like to put my order in for an angel now…I look forward to more from Ms. Swan.