Review: Her Fallen Protector by Nicole Severn

Her Fallen Protector (Entangled Covet)

Synopsis

Between heaven and hell is a love beyond imagination...
When a trio of demons kidnap Vdarra Jansen, her normal life is ripped away. Her abductors claim she is the "lost heiress" of the Underworld, and the commander of the mighty Army of Duemos. They don't seem to care that she knows nothing about the Underworld, or that she only remembers the last ten years of her life...
Former archangel Jacob will do anything to bring back his lost love's memories. But if he succeeds, it could mean the end of the world. Torn between love and duty, Jacob will do whatever it takes to save her. 
Jacob and Vdarra must learn to trust each other, and push aside old hurts to find their way. They are in a race to find the one thing that will decide Vdarra's, and the world's, fate – the lost Seal of Solomon.  It will mean choosing between innocent lives ...and their hearts.

4-Stars Review

A demon and an angel are very unlikely to fall in love but they did. As expected things were not so easy for them. It was not a happily-ever-after. And now after ten years there is a chance that they might be re-united. This time they maybe able to defeat the evil that wants to tear them apart.
A paranormal novel about archangels and arch-demons. Demons want to defeat the angels and rule the earth. Angels on the other hand will not let that happen because if they did all of humanity will suffer. Between the two forces are... Vdarra and Jacob.. She is daughter of Deceiter and he is a former archangel. Vdarra has no memory of her past. It is up to Jacob to win her trust and stop the Deceiter from using her and her army. It a battle of the hearts as much as of good and evil.
I really liked this book. There is a lot of suspense in the beginning. Many questions which need to be answered. But I also find Jacob a little irritating at times. He wants to save Vdarra but also doesn't want to tell her about her past, he keeps saying that he will and then when she asks he just tries to deflect her questions. Although its not irritating in itself but because it happens more than few times through out the book so that made it a little annoying for me. Still it was an entertaining story. And I enjoyed reading it.