Aiden Lobo is a graduate student in a world where magic, gods, and demons are part of everyday life. After a terrible betrayal, he is cursed with a Crack in his heart, turning him into a living doorway for an ancient demon of war to come to Earth and kill millions. Aiden is rescued by his guardian angel, who seals the Crack with his own Light. As a servant of the divine, the nameless angel was supposed to kill Aiden to prevent the growing cataclysm inside him. But he loves Aiden too much to end his life, even to save the world.
Aiden falls for his guardian and names him Eskandar, but then learns to his horror that because Eskandar was created for him, when Aiden dies Eskandar will too. Aiden will do anything to keep his beloved angel safe. But with no choice except to sacrifice himself to prevent the apocalypse, he only has one option: a terrible betrayal of his own.
Aiden’s Angel is a quick action packed story featuring angels, demons, witches, goblins, and magic galore. After a horrible betrayal by someone he trusted, Aiden’s heart cracks and becomes a portal for a demon war. His guardian angel repairs the crack and Aiden falls for him not knowing that Eskandar’s life is tied to Aiden’s, fully. Aiden must make a heart wrenching decision to save the world in exchange for his own life.
Aiden and Eskandar’s love was sweet. Even though there is not a lot sex throughout the story, the angst between the two men is enough to showcase how deeply they care for one another. Each must make a sacrifice to save the other. The author’s world building in the story is unique and filled all a menagerie of characters to keep the reader’s attention and enthusiasm going.
Aiden’s Angel is a good book for the reader wanting an action packed, quirky, and fun paranormal story without a lot of heat.