So many angel books, they spilled over into a second day!
Fallen Angel by Heather Terrell. The new boy at school seems to know Ellie, and when Ellie gets to know him, she starts to learn that dreams of flying are real. She thinks she may be a vampire, but really she's a fallen angel, stuck on Earth. The first in a series, follow it with Eternity.
Kissed by an Angel by Elizabeth Chandler. Ivy believes in angels, but when Tristan dies she begins to doubt. Then Tristan shows up as her guardian angel. He's delighted to be back, but saving her means completing his mission, and leaving her again. This edition contains the first three books in the series. Follow it with Evercrossed.
Angel Star by Jennifer Murgia. Teagan can feel the darkness closing in, until a new boy shows up at school. Garreth makes her feel safe, and he has the mark of the angels on his palm, but the two are soon caught in a battle that's bigger than both of them. Follow it with Lemniscate.
Fallen by Lauren Kate. Luce is drawn to Daniel, although he tells her to stay away, that their love will kill, and has killed. It turns out they're fallen angels, and have found and lost each other many times throughout the centuries. The first in a series, follow it with Torment.
Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick. Nora's new lab partner can read her thoughts. Turns out Patch is a fallen angel, trying to become human. He can control Nora, but she's drawn to his danger. The first in a series, follow it with Crescendo.
Embrace by Jessice Shirvington. Violet is torn between Lincoln, her self-defense instructor, and Phoenix, the new bad boy in town. When Violet's half-angel status is revealed she discovers both boys have their roles to play outside of their love-interest status.
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