The Third Throne: Angel of Vengeance Book Cover The Third Throne: Angel of Vengeance
The Third Throne - Book 3
Tabitha Barret
Fantasy Romance
March 20, 2016
510

Review by Jennifer Kost

Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

The 1st book gives us the story of Anjali herself, book 2 tells the story of Alazar, this book follows Balthazar, the Angel of Vengeance.

What is more dangerous than a crazed drug lord?  How about a crazed drug lord  that has escaped from Hell itself, working to raise his former gang members from the dead, and exact revenge on his enemies in the mortal realm.

Anjali has a monumental task to find and regain the trust of her angels, but now she must also hunt down Hell’s escapees and return them.  She cannot do it all on her own, now matter how powerful she may be, and seeks the help of a mortal.

While Anjali is distracted with her current task, Balthazar’s anger only continues to grow and fester.  He can think of nothing but retribution (ie: vengeance) for all of his past suffering at the hands of Lucifer and the Predznak.

Can Anjali complete her task and protect herself from Balthazar at the same time?  Will she be able to convince him to join her in their shared destiny or is Balthazar’s hatred to great?

I really enjoy this entire series.  The characters are so developed, complex, and well integrated.  The plot is full of twists and turns, and I really appreciate non-predictable storylines.

The entire series pulls deeper and darker emotions than many other books I read.  While I am reading I feel anger, sorrow, sadness, etc…  Many people only want to read happy books, but that isn’t what living life looks like.  As fully developed humans, we are meant to feel the good as well as the bad.  I, along with every other person I know, have stress and mild conflict in my life. I am very fortunate to not have deep sorrow or pain.  By experiencing these emotions through literature, I truly believe I develop more as a person. The story told here is obviously fiction, but is well written to bring real emotions to the reader.

Thank you for helping me become a better person…