Never Tell An Angel by Asheigh Hartley

Never Tell An Angel

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File Size: 595 KB.
Print Length: 238 pages.
Language: English.
ASIN: B072Q32421.
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Never Tell An Angel

The definition of darkness is a total absence of light, cold places where the sun has wrenched back its touch. Darkness holds the wickedness we fear, the boogeyman in our closet, the ghouls under our bed. Children are reassured over and over again that those kinds of monsters aren’t real, can’t be real, only learning to turn off their night-light because they are never told of the ones that are.
The only monster eighteen-year-old Liam Stevens believes in is the one he feels he became when his boyfriend, Elliott, died in a car accident. It was Liam’s text he was reading after all. A year later, he still bears tremendous guilt. The tormenting high school bullies only seem more driven now that Elliott is gone. Liam assumes he deserves the abuse, thinking he doesn’t deserve light after snuffing it out. That is, until he meets Charlie.
Charlie is caring, genuine, and happy—all things Liam needs. But he also carries scars and a secret that makes him less of a stranger after all. While Liam is beginning to fall in love again, Charlie is trying not to, hiding the fact that the bullies have only been hurting Liam to get closer to Charlie. Because the truth is that darkness is hungry. A demon will do anything in its power to rid the world of the light it craves, the warmth it cannot have. They had already stolen that light from Elliott and don’t plan on stopping until every last drop of Liam’s is gone too.
Once Liam uncovers the truth, he has to decide if he trusts Charlie, even if doing so leaves him with more blood on his hands.


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the writer should be very proud for creating such a great story. great book.

OMG this book, the writing gave me chills!!!! Will write a review when I get better 🙂

I was completely gripped and wanted to keep reading at every opportunity. It’s been a while since I’ve been that engaged in a book.

SO, SO, SO GOOD! One of the best books i’ve ever read, I loved it.

Really enjoyable read. I liked the first one better but that does not take away from this book. This was a very interesting read and I ended up finishing it in one day because it kept me enveloped in the plot as the story unfolded.

not a bad book. the story line was amazing but it got boring at times and i considered putting the book down but in the end it turned out quite well.


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