Title: Alice’s Sacrifice (Alice Clark, 2)
Author: Andrea DiGiglio
Genre: Paranormal Young Adult
Tour Host: Lady Amber’s Tours
After the fight of a lifetime, Alice and Cole return home to live a life they were never meant to live. Fallen Angel father’s choose to stay, protect and get to know their nephilim children. Now that everyone knows where to find Alice, the real question is who is that information pertinent to? One single traumatic event sets Alice’s true destiny into motion. How each of those she cares for reacts to this event; has enormous consequences for her.
What will Alice have to sacrifice and for whom?
4/5 angel wings
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Alice’s Sacrifice picks right back up where book 1 ended. There was no problem at all getting into the story!
As the book begins we follow along with Alice, Cole, Jake, Kokobiel, Penemue and all the other characters we grew to love. Alice has been accepted to an art school and that won’t be a normal experience for her either. Has her life ever had a sense of normalcy?
Even though Alice fought an epic battle in book 1, there is still more to fight for. Who will she be fighting? What’s with these strange messages she has been getting? What exactly will she sacrifice for the ones she loves?
There was plenty if action in this book. We get to see the story from many different characters views, which I loved.
I think this was a great story that has the ability to captivate many audiences.
DiGiglio has definitely gained a new fan over here!!
Born and raised in Michigan, Andrea has always been a writer at heart. She currently resides in Michigan with her son, “her world”. Over the last decade she has written, starred and directed in many screenplays. In the last few years she decided to return to writing novels and hasn’t looked back since, giving her work my full attention. “I am very excited to share the worlds I create, with all of you dreamers.”
The breeze caressed Alice’s face from the open window as they flew through the winding roads that led them back to their home. She felt Cole’s hand clutch hers, loosening only to brush his fingers gently along her arm. They had won this unfathomable fight against God’s Angels for now, but for how long, only time would tell. She felt him lift her hand to his mouth, giving it a tender kiss before returning it to her lap.
“How is your back?” Cole asked.
“Sore. I knew it would be painful, but this is more than I could ever have imagined.” She flinched slightly from the memory of her new-found wings collapsing into her back. “I’m sure it’s worse than child birth.”
He chuckled, “Well, that is something I will never be able to know.” His laugh faded as they made eye contact.
Alice twisted uncomfortably, having never really considered having children herself. She sat torturing herself, conflicted between comparing whether she even wanted to have kids and how much worse she’d feel if he did.
“I think that is something we can talk about down the road. We’ve had quite a night,” he said.
He was right. The last few months had changed her life in every way possible. She now knew what real love was every time she looked into his beautiful amber eyes as they reached deep into her soul. She had finally known the truth of why such bizarre things had happened to her in her life when she met her biological Fallen Angel father, Penemue, or Paul, as she liked to call him. It was then she was brought face to face with her destiny. The topic of children was not something she was even remotely up for talking about, though a part of her couldn’t help imagining what their children would be like. She leaned over to rest her head on Cole’s shoulder. As she did, he lifted his arm, holding her tightly to his chest. We really did make it, she thought. He kissed the top of her head, Yes we did, he said. She would never tire of hearing his voice in her head or knowing he could hear her voice in his.
After arriving home she looked back at the flood of cars that trailed behind them, letting a smile crawl up her face. Everyone was camped outside around a victorious campfire except Cole and Alice, who had excused themselves and ventured back to their home to shower and relax. The overwhelming emotions that had run through her were gone and all that was left was adrenaline and passion. Cole barely shut the door behind them when she jumped into his arms and pressed her lips to his, slamming his back into the door. He wrapped his arms tighter around her, returning her kiss with the same raw passion. She needed this, and she knew he did too.