Broken Wings by Stephanie Burke

1899Title: Broken Wings, Part 1

Series: Angel Falls

Author: Stephanie Burke

Length: Novella (87 Pages)

Publisher: Changeling Press (November 16th, 2012)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts

Reviewer: Lisa

Blurb: How much pain can one soul take before it shatters?

Angel Falls, foundling turned NFL star quarterback, and fae warrior prince Klintic have both been tested in the fires of torment and anguish and managed to survive — to find each other.

That the ex-footballer and the betrayed prince manage to discover each other is a miracle. Staying together will be an even bigger challenge, but with a town full of geeks and weirdos on their side, reporters and rogue scientists don’t stand a chance. Broken wings will be mended, and their souls will learn to fly once more.


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Review: Wow, this book is something else. It was amazing how they made the whole book flow just perfect. It had the right amount of danger, excitement, and adventure. The way they can make the whole story magical.


Angel was a NFL star quarterback who had been injured during one game made his home in Angel Falls. He was genuine, gentle, kind and sort of a recluse. He finds an injured man who had wings and decides to bring him home. Klintic is a fae warrior prince that got betrayed by his father and kicked out of his realm. He is strong and powerful with lots of magical gifts. He has met his mate in this human who has done everything to help him. The sex is out of this world all hot and sensuous. You can’t help but fall for these two men.


I admit this book made me wonder about all sorts of things, but I absolutely loved it. It is divided into two stories so you have to read the next book to get the full amount of laughter and fun. I laughed so hard that I wasn’t really sure I would stop. It showed what happens when people get betrayed by those claiming they loved them. It shows the abilities to overcome all their hardships and pain, and then turn them into passion and fire. I loved this story and will definitely be checking out the rest of Stephanie’s books. I recommend reading this.