Today I'm excited to be spotlighting author Daniele Lanzarotta with her newest, "Sins of the Fallen" (I love that title, and I love the cover). Sins of the Fallen is book #3 in the Academy of the Fallen series which has received great reviews.
And now, here is a synopsis by Daniele's character, Hunter:
I knew how much Kayla had changed over the past few weeks, but it was
nothing compared to what I had seen in her from the moment we stepped
into this place. The Kayla from before she learned about this world, was
gone. She was already attached to some of their kind and I could see
that she felt as if it was her responsibility to protect them all, the
haunted and the fallen. She was starting to put them before her in every
decision she made. It started sometime before we left the Academy where
her father is in charge. After her incubus half-brother and his allies
attacked the Academy, we managed to leave and take shelter here. Only,
everything about this place is completely different. Many of the beings
that live here have earned back the privilege of being full-blooded
angels. Well, some say that is a privilege; others see it as a curse.
Either way, the place itself had already started to become my very own
curse. From the moment Kayla stepped foot in this place, I could see her
change complete faster and faster. This Academy was giving her the
confidence to be who she was meant to be, and deep down, I knew it was
only a matter of time before I would no longer be needed in her life. It
may sound selfish, but as Kayla started her journey to save those who
were left behind, I was fighting for her. I was fighting to be worthy of
is no amount of training that will keep her safe. Look at her! She is —
she looks like a Barbie doll who got snatched from her dream house.”
-Samael – Sins of the Fallen
won’t stop until I find a way for this to work. There has to be a way,
Kayla. Everyone keeps saying that we are meant to stay together.
Fate can’t be this twisted.” - Hunter – Sins of the Fallen
paused and looked down at Kayla. “I can’t lose her, Jennifer.” I
glanced outside where Ethan was and then back at her. “You understand
how I feel. Please don’t let her die...” - Hunter – Sins of the Fallen
You can find more info on Daniele and her work at these websites: (and she is awesome in that she likes to interact with her fans).
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