Review: Possession by J.R. Ward

#1 New York Times bestselling author J.R. Ward explores what really happens when good and evil toy with humanity in her new novel of the Fallen Angels, as the salvation of a doomed soul depends once again on a crossroads...

When Cait Douglass resolves to get over her broken heart, throw off her inhibitions, and start really living, she’s unprepared for the two sensual men who cross her path. Torn between them, she doesn’t know which to choose—or what kind of dire consequences could follow.

Jim Heron, fallen angel and reluctant savior, is ahead in the war, but he puts everything at risk when he seeks to make a deal with the devil—literally. As yet another soul is unwittingly caught in the battle between him and the demon Devina, his fixation on an innocent trapped in Hell threatens to sidetrack him from his sacred duty...

Can good still prevail if true love makes a savior weak? And will a woman’s future be the key, or the curse, for all of humanity? Only time, and hearts, will tell.



This book was a total game-changer. So many things happen and it is not looking good for Team Angels. Jim is effing up BIG TIME. Adrian has taken on a mentoring role and has gotten very serious. I love the change in him. Sissy is a new edition to their side and has some abilities that she shouldn’t have. Hopefully she can get a hold on these abilities to help get this team back on track!

Devina is still an evil b*tch. She is so completely in love with Jim. I hope it becomes her downfall. The dainty archangels are no help, as usual. They better man up soon and start helping because shit’s way past critical. Waiting for this next book is going to be torture!

J.R. Ward is one of my very favorite authors and each book she writes is the reason why. Her characters are meticulously constructed and her story plots are brilliantly planned. She is a masterful architect and has honed her craft with excellence. Her writing is only getting better. I highly recommend any of J.R.’s books to anyone regardless of one’s preferred genre.



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