Description: Camille Taylor’s life fell apart after the tragic accident that haunts her every waking moment. She became a recluse, only looking forward to each day with the hope of having those dreams… A handsome man with dark hair and wicked eyes visits her at night, keeping her company as she struggles to get past the sudden death of her beloved parents. There is something undeniable about him. She is drawn to the mysterious man like a moth to a flame. This couldn’t be insanity, but it can’t be real, either…
Casey Philips has his own damaged past that put him in a delicate situation. He is an angel working for redemption, and has been watching over Camille since that horrible day where her mother and father were stolen away. It’s all God’s plan, they are fine and well now, but the task of helping this lovely human get past her grief to move on in her life is quickly taking a wrong turn. She’s stunning and plays the key role in his every thought. Angels aren’t suppose to fall in love with their clients. If he continues he could lose everything and fall from God’s good graces. But if he stops he will lose the most important person in his life.
With every thing on the line, Casey and Camille set out on a life-altering adventure to discover if love really can overcome anything.
A lovely paranormal romance, Beautiful Downfall is the sort of book to make you feel warm and fuzzy on the inside.
Camille has a lot of demons to fight after events in her life leave her depressed, and Casey, too, has to work through his problems.
The storyline is essentially a classic soulmates love story, with points of interest brought about by twists in the fates of the two protagonists, and some secondary characters, as well.
Talking of characters, they are very well-written. I especially enjoyed Sarah’s personality, and even Boo, the cat, is given its time to shine. Their voices are natural and dialogues are flowing. Interactions are exactly as expected, with the brother-sister banter spot on, and the intimate scenes between Casey and Cami just hot enough.
It was an enjoyable read, written in an easy style, well worth 4 stars. Recommended.