Emma’s world is falling apart, and Kade, the only one who seems to hold her together, is missing. With death lingering right outside their door, decisions must be made before it’s too late.
The Midway has refused to send help, so they are left to seek out the only other who can stop Lucian.
A perilous quest sends Emma and a few Guardians into the Underworld, where the unimaginable abide, to beseech the Prince of Darkness himself. Lucifer.
Now, they must endure the deadly levels of Hell, which not one …mortal or immortal… has ever survived.
Prepare for love, loss, and the unexpected.
Broken Wings is the second book in the Hidden Wings series by Cameo Renae. Like the first book, I decided to read this book via Audible. The narrator is the same as the first which was great for me! I love her rendition of Emma and the story. She reads the book not like a book, but like a person describing their experience. I know that the writing has a lot to do with it and again, Renae does well in that department, but having a great narrator is important in an audio book.
The book begins where the first ended and it doesn’t take long for Emma and co. to decide on a plan of attack: ask for help from Lucifer, King of Hell. More information about the fall, the world, and Alaine pop up throughout the book. It helped solidify a world that I was already intrigued about.
Pretty much all of the book has to do with Emma and her journey through Hell to find Lucifer. There are five levels and each level is filled with something dangerous. Even though first book Emma had glimpses of being a person willing to step into danger for someone, this book had her being quite the badass. No, she isn’t the strong female lead you see in urban fantasies who is kicking ass and taking names, but I can see an older Emma becoming that.
I really liked this second installment. I’m not a big angel fan, but this series isn’t making me dislike them as much. I have the third book in audio waiting for me when I’m done with whatever audio book I choose to read next. So far, I’m sticking with the series.