Ink & Fire: (A Havenwood Falls Novella) by R.K. Ryals

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Title: Havenwood Falls Ink & Fire
Author: R.K. Ryals
Published: Dec. 15, 2017
Publisher: Ang'dora Publications
Pages: 141
Genre: New Adult, Paranormal, Angels
Review: ebook provided by Red Coat Publishing
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk




It takes the fallen to save the damned.

Harper Sinclair doesn't own any books. If she can avoid it, she doesn't read or write at all. Words are dangerous. Beyond the cover of a book, words rearrange themselves for Harper, becoming messages from beyond. Brutal messages. Terrible messages. When she writes, awful things flow from her fingers. She's a spiritual writer haunted by demons.

Lucas Fox is one of the fallen, an angel whose murderous past keeps him from Heaven. Whose protective, chivalric nature keeps him from Hell. He lives between worlds, content to enjoy his vices while doing just enough to keep him out of the underworld.

But when Harper is forced to sign a contract for a house she buys in Havenwood Falls, the words that appear aren't her name. Instead, she pens a dire message threatening a fallen angel whose old alliance with a ruler of Hell has made him a target of a powerful demon lord. A warning that draws Lucas Fox to Havenwood Falls to settle old scores and puts Harper Sinclair directly in the line of danger.


I received this book via Red Coat Publishing to give an honest review.

I have never read about a spiritual writer before in any book so I was very surprised to read one in this book. I did not even read the blurb for this book I saw that is was part of the novella series of Havenwood Falls and knew that I had to read this one. Ever since I read my first book about this town of mortal's and supernatural's I had to continue with the books. 

In this story Harper is not a normal human she can not read anything or write anything because if she does evil happens. Harper doesn't understand why this is happening to her but with the help of the Sun and Moon council and her aunt her life is bearable. Yet all that changes in an instant when she writes a message naming a fallen angel. It seems revenge plays a part in this story. 
It gets good!
 Harper learns about why she is connected to demons and it does make sense. There is always a price for certain things and Harper is paying for it. 
I really liked how at the end of the story Harper really grew as a person even after dealing with so much! 
If you haven't started this series pick them up. It doesn't matter which one you read as they are all different but I don't think you will be disappointed.  



R.K. Ryals
 R.K. Ryals is the author of emotional and gripping young adult and new adult paranormal romance, contemporary romance, and fantasy. With a strong passion for charity and literacy, she works as a full time writer encouraging people to "share the love of reading one book at a time." An avid animal lover and self-proclaimed coffee-holic, R.K. Ryals was born in Jackson, Mississippi and makes her home in the Southern U.S. with her husband, her three daughters, a rescue dog named Oscar the Grouch, A Shitzsu named Tinkerbell, an OCD cat, and a coffee pot she honestly couldn't live without. Should she ever become the owner of a fire-breathing dragon (tame of course), her life would be complete.



Contact her on twitter at @RKRyals, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/RKRyalsor online at http://www.authorrkryals.com

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