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Add to Cart. Jun 24, A. A sexy, adventure jam-packed with tons of fun and excitement starring some of my favorite YA characters! The demons are back in spades and using every sneaky trick in the book to isolate Frannie and Luc, exploiting human emotions and bringing about the worst.
They're so good at their jobs! Frannie returns as her spunky, strong self. Luc - still sooo super sexy. Okay, I did have an issue about him missing some glaring clues about a particular someone, but he pulls through in the end.
Or does he? There's that blasted cliff hanger ending Argh, I hate those, making me wait! And Gabe? Gabe is gone forever. Well, for most of the book. I missed him. Instead we've got Frannie's new guardian angel, her brother Matt, who despises Luc and turns out to be rather unangelic in his attempts to protect Frannie from Luc.
With three points of view - Frannie, Luc and Matt - I enjoyed getting into everyone's head. Lisa Desrochers does a wonderful job seamlessly integrating the alternating POV's to keep it interesting without any confusion. There isn't explicit detail but it's happening and demons use it as a way to tag human souls.
I can't wait to see how Frannie is going to get through all of it. I mean, I really want to know! While the writing was good in Original Sin, the story didn't always make a lot of sense, and especially Luc should have been able to understand many things long before he did - which was when it was actually too late.
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Apr 04, Courtney Allison Moulton rated it it was amazing Shelves: young-adult. Review to come. Jul 25, Lina rated it liked it Shelves: angel-fiction , sequel-better-than-first-book. Considering how much I disliked Personal Demons, I was surprised to see the Original Sin is a sequel that far surpasses it's previous installment.
Without a love triangle and all that comes with setting up the "forbidden" romance, the story moves a lot smoother. Frannie and Luc are together and Frannie's dead brother has been charged with being Frannie's guardian angel. Luc is being hunted down by a former associate from Hell and Matt is being tempted by Luc's next-door neighbor, Lili. Despite t Considering how much I disliked Personal Demons, I was surprised to see the Original Sin is a sequel that far surpasses it's previous installment.
Despite the slight sappiness of Frannie and Luc's relationship, they do make a good couple now that they are free from the love triangle of death. I like the fact that as a human Luc depends on Frannie to protect him. She's the "fighter" and in a one and one fight, she could take him down. I found it entertaining that when Luc would try some macho-man bravado Frannie would pull out the fact that she's in charge. Matt's point-of-view was entertaining to read, because he mocked the leads and because his story was interesting. You have an guardian angel who died young and is now taking care of his sister, which means he is around his family all the time and yet can not talk to them.
He is bitter at times and you fully understand why. As you seem him falling into that hate there is a part that wants to pull him out of it, but another that wants to see how far it can go. I admired her and I want to see what is going to happen to her in the conclusion. That being said, there are still a few flaws. The twist with Lili was predictable from the moment she appeared on the page and that was disappointing. All the different voices seemed the same to me, especially Luc and Frannie.