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Mar 21, 2014

Book Review: Heaven by Alexandra Adornetto

Heaven (Halo #3)
Author: Alexandra Adornetto
Pages: 407
Rating? No rating, thank you!
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Bethany, an angel sent to Earth, and her mortal boyfriend, Xavier, have been to Hell and back. But now their love will be put to its highest test yet, as they defy Heavenly law and marry. They don’t tell Beth’s archangel siblings, Gabriel and Ivy, but the angels know soon enough, and punishment comes in a terrifying form: the Sevens, who are rogue angels bent on keeping Beth and Xavier apart, destroying Gabriel and Ivy, and darkening angelic power in the heavens. The only way Bethany and can elude the Sevens is to hide in the open, and blend in with other mortals their own age. Gabriel and Ivy set them up at college, where they can’t reveal their relationship, and where there is still danger around each corner. Will Bethany be called back to Heaven – forever – and face leaving the love of her life? 


This is probably the worst book I have read in my life.
Now let me explain you this: I don’t like being mean or cruel, so I don’t post review for books I didn’t like. I’m writing this “review” just because I read this book for the Reading Challenge “Don’t let it end”
I even deleted this book and #2 from my Goodreads profile, and I changed my rating of book 1.
I know, it’s a little extreme, but seriously, I wish I have stayed with Hades, and I wish I could rewind time and never read this book.
I’m so disappointed and sad, and If I can, I’ll make sure I never read a book by Alexandra Adornetto again in my life.

What I didn’t like:
She’s selfish, self centered, stupid and immature. *You see? That’s why I don’t write negative reviews*
It’s embarrassing that Beth was supposed to be an angel. I mean, ohmyGod, I have read Angelfall by Susan Ee where angels are cruel and terrifying and I loved it. But this book was supposedly a Christian reference with all sparkly and oh-so-good angels, and Beth ended up being a total bitch.
They married, and when something bad happened because of them, Beth said it wasn’t their fault. She, the angel!

"It's God's will," I said suddenly, and watched his eyes widen. "He brought us together for a reason. You of all people should know He has a plan for everyone, and this is ours. It's not for us to question Him, we just want to embrace what He has created between us."

How can she say that!!!??? She’s an angel, even her siblings condemn her teenage crush.

Nothing bad ever happened to Beth. Just her love life drama. She ruins everybody’s life, but everybody loves her.
What the hell happened to Satan? I mean, I really wanted to read this book to know if Satan will do something to this couple, but… well, what the hell?
Alexandra Adornetto writes the worst “hot” scenes in the world. So, cheesy… my eyes!

"That's how Our Father intended Man and Woman to live and love," I replied. "Mimicking the relationship of the Trinity, in unity with one another."

My favorite character was Gabriel… but Alexandra Adornetto screwed him too... Gabriel… and Molly. Please, just no!

So, I’m going to stop now.

What I liked:

NO! scratch that. I don't even like the cover this time.

I never used a gif before, but this worth it.



  1. I had the first book for this series in my TBR list, but I read a few reviews and I decided to delete it. Didn't seem my kind of book and reading your review makes me even happier than I did!

    1. I'm so sad about this book, I never felt this way before. I waited to long to read it, maybe my taste in books changed too much!


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