Book Review · PNR

Review //\\ Eternal Sin by Ariana Nash

Eternal Sin (Primal Sin #2) by Ariana Nash

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Mikhail pulled the stars down from heaven because giving this a mere 5 was simply not adequate.

It was too much, and everything, and not enough.

It will never be enough because I want to stay with this pair forever.

Oh Severn, Oh Mikhail, what a star-crossed pair of lovers you are. The lies and secrets of demon and angel-kind have torn this pair asunder but I still cling to the hope that love, and Amii, will find a way to save this gods-fated pair. There are twists and turns in this tale, there are lies told and lies uncovered. Mikhail, not surprisingly, continues to struggle with his feelings, after all angels aren’t meant to fall in love, and definitely not with demons.


This book gave me more feels than I ever knew existed. Mikhail and Severn’s love hurts my heart in all the best possible ways. There is something quite magical about this pair, both when they are apart but even more so when they are together. Not surprising really given their divine heritage. Nothing, absolutely nothing, about this book was predictable. Even as I had only a few pages left to read I still had absolutely no idea what twist would hit me – or one of our heroes – next.


Ariana Nash’s prose took a blender to my soul, in a good way! I felt every single emotion, experienced the heartache and agony, drowned in every soul searing kiss, lusted after a dark angel and his golden haired demon, railed at the injustices that befell them. And every single time I felt a smidgeon of hope, some dire peril threatened to rip it all away again. Bravo Ms Nash you have truly left me an emotional wreck, one that will not be set to rights until Infernal Sin is published!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Eternal Sin by Ariana Nash

Genre – MM PNR/ Demons and Angels Romance
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/50728360-eternal-sin
*SPOILERS BELOW FOR BOOK 1*
For as long as angels and demons have warred over London, battle lines have never been crossed and humans never hurt.
Now, everything has changed.
More powerful than ever, nothing can stop Mikhail’s crusade of vengeance against the demon who betrayed him.
Trapped as an angel, Severn is running out of time. To regain his true form, he must retrieve his wings, but there’s one problem: Mikhail. The guardian has Severn’s wings gruesomely displayed in the broken City of Aerie, high above London. Weak and heartsick, Severn’s power failing, he has no choice but to lie, cheat, and illusion his way back into Mikhail’s cold heart or die trying.
Destiny thought them fated mates.
Destiny was wrong.
The war and the fate of the world hinge on their shattered love. Can it be saved?

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