Highborn (Dark Redemption, #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 375 pages
  • Highborn (Dark Redemption, #1)
  • Yvonne Navarro
  • English
  • 27 March 2019
  • 1439191735

Highborn (Dark Redemption, #1) EVERYONE DESERVES A SECOND CHANCE BRYNNA MALAK MIGHT BE THE EXCEPTION TO THE RULE.Brynna Is A Fallen Angel Trying To Earn Redemption She S Escaped From Hell In Search Of A New Life On Earth, But Lucifer S Deadliest Hunters Are Hot On Her Trail Police Detective Eran Redmond Is After Her For A Different Reason He Needs Brynna To Help Him Find A Serial Killer Who Is Terrifying Chicago And The Trail Leads Them Right To Hellspawned Demons Of The Most Dangerous Kind She S Also Got A Very Human Problem Dealing With A Stubborn, Attractive Cop Who Makes Her Long For Everything She Knows She Can T Have.Staying Alive Long Enough To Earn A Shot At Heaven Will Mean Breaking Some Major Rules In The Mortal World, As She Learns Just How Complicated And Wonderful Being Human Can Be With So Much Stacked Against Her, Even Brynna Has To Wonder If She S Crazy But She S Not Giving In Without A Fight.Not A Chance In Hell

10 thoughts on “Highborn (Dark Redemption, #1)

  1. Tracy says:

    Has Some Good PointsHer name is Astarte, and after eons of torturing souls and bathing in their blood, she started wondering, hoping, for the possibility of redemption She is a fallen angel A demon Once Lucifer s lover and partner And she s weary of the screams of the damned and the unrelenting misery of hellfire.Now on Earth in Chicago, taking the name Brynna Malak, she hides from Hunters who would drag her back to Hell if they find her Escaping one puts Brynna in position to witness a mur Has Some Good PointsHer name is Astarte, and after eons of torturing souls and bathing in their blood, she started wondering, hoping, for the possibility of redemption She is a fallen angel A demon Once Lucifer s lover and partner And she s weary of the screams of the damned and the unrelenting misery of hellfire.Now on Earth in Chicago, taking the name Brynna Malak, she hides from Hunters who would drag her back to Hell if they find her Escaping one pu...

  2. Kelly H. (Maybedog) says:

    This was a slightly different take on a fallen angel needing redemption The book starts just before the fallen angel, demon, left hell We are shown a tiny bit about what it was like in a prologue then the book jumps right in at Chapter One within a few minutes of her arriving on Earth The action begins there, too, as she is running for her life We never quite find out how she got to the mortal plain, but Navarro does a great job of presenting this nonhuman s first few days in Western Society This was a slightly different take on a fallen angel needing redemption The book starts just before the fallen angel, demon, left hell We are shown a tiny bit about what it was like in a prologue then the book jumps right in at Chapter One within a few minutes of her arriving on Earth The action begins there, too, as she is ru...

  3. Kelly says:

    Highborn begins with a vividly described scene of Hell Astarte, a fallen angel, watches the daily round of horrors from her bloodstained tower, and decides she wants out We then cut to Astarte, having escaped Hell and calling herself Brynna Malak, as she adjusts to life in modern day Chicago Brynna can understand any language she hears She s less adept at navigating other aspects of human life how to feel empathy, how to pet a dog, and why you shouldn t just wander away from the scene when Highborn begins with a vividly described scene of Hell Astarte, a fallen angel, watches the daily round of horrors from her bloodstained tower, and decides she wants out We then cut to Astarte, having escaped Hell and calling herself Brynna Malak, as she adjusts to life in modern day Chicago Brynna can understand any language she hears She s less adept at navigating other aspects of human life how to feel empathy, how to pet a dog, and why you shouldn t just wander away from the scene when you witness a murder Yvonne Navarro does a terrific and often funny job of portraying a charac...

  4. CJ - It& says:

    3.7Dark fantasy with a bit of religious mythology thrown in.You have the prerequisite doesn t believe in things I don t understand cop, a fallen angel who is looking for redemption and some really scary baddies Put em all together and what do you get A PNR.This isn t a typical PNR Yes, the formulas used are familiar but the execution is something different Brynna is seeking redemption, something most fallen don t do, and she has been in Hell so long and she has never been human that she 3.7Dark fantasy with a bit of religious mythology thrown in.You have the prerequi...

  5. Cathy says:

    It was pretty good I was under the impression that it was going to be a bitdetective investigation story that it was, and it s really muchabout the angel demon who happens to get involved with the cop than anything else, so that threw me some In general, stories about angels and fate and redemption aren t my favorites, but this one wasn t too badly done in any of those areas It did seem a bit too convenient that she kept happening upon people that needed help, and that everything It was pretty good I was under the impression that it was going to be a bitdetective investigation story that it was, and it s really muchabout the angel demon who happens to get involved with the cop than anything else, so that threw me some In general, stories about angels and fate and redemption aren t my favorites, but this one wasn t...

  6. Donna says:

    Highborn takes the basis for religion based around God and expands into an intriguing story that will captive a reader s attention and leave them thinking about what they just read when the book is finished and closed I know that s what I did and I expect most of you will feel the same This story remains close to most beliefs and gives you an entirely different perc...

  7. Obsidian says:

    I m a little at odds with this book I felt like it had potential to be great, but it seemed to fall a little short I wishtime was spent explaining Brynna s past Astarte I feel like there was a great story there, but I guess the author is leaving that for further books I don t know what it was, but I just didn t connect with the characters I didn t feel immersed in the story There were many questions left unanswered Why does she want redemption What made her change her mind After I m a little at odds with this book I felt like it had potential to be great, but it seemed to fall a little short I wishtime was spent explaining Brynna s past Astarte I feel like there was a great story there, but I guess the author is leaving that for further books I don t know what it was, but I just didn t connect with the characters I didn t feel immersed in the story There were many questions left unanswered Why does she want redemption What made her change her mind After countless centuries of being evil, what...

  8. Cat Russell (Addicted2Heroines) says:

    Well, it started out good It was somewhat gory and Brynna ran around like She Hulk beating the shit out of everyone She had just arrived in the human world and she was homeless and jobless, sleeping in cardboard boxes and unable to purchase even basic necessities Her attempts at pursuing a normal human life were entertaining Then I began to lose interest when Detective Redmond assumed asignificant role He just wasn t as interesting as Brynna She had trouble constantly gravitating tow Well, it started out good It was somewhat gory and Brynna ran around like She Hulk beating the shit out of everyone She had just arrived in the human world and she was homeless and jobless, slee...

  9. Ithlilian says:

    First, I can t believe I actually finished this As I got further and further in I remembered thinking, why am I still reading this but I kept pushing through, just to get to the end I didn t really care who did what, or what would happen next, but inexplicably I finished this I wanted to give it two stars because I actually finished it, but I can t Anyway, to get to the point, I didn t like how alien Brynna felt from the start On one hand I appreciate that the author made thisrealis First, I can t believe I actually finished this As I got further and further in I remembered thinking, why am I still reading this but I kept pushing through, just to get to the end I didn t really care who did what, or what would happen next, but inexplicably I finished this I wanted to give it two stars because I actually finished it, but I can t Anyway, to get to the point, I didn t like how alien Brynna felt from the start On one hand I appreciate that the author made thisrealistic by not having the fallen angel fit in with society right away, but it made everything stiff, and maybe the character feel unemotional Yes, I get that coming from hell she should feel that way, but personally ...

  10. All Things Urban Fantasy says:

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyI generally love Craig White s cover art Carrie Vaughn, Adrian Phoenix, Jaye Wells have all had Craig covers but I m not a fan of the cover for HIGHBORN or the description, for that matter It completely fails to capture the character and tone of this book It s not about a polished, slick woman ready to dole out a supernatural butt kicking to whoever gets on her bad side isn t that what the cover implies Brynna couldn t be further from how she Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyI generally love Craig White s cover art Carrie Vaughn, Adrian Phoenix, Jaye Wells have all had Craig covers but I m not a fan of the cover for HIGHBORN or the description, for that matter It completely fails to capture the character and tone of this book It s not about a polished, slick woman ready to dole out a supernatural butt kicking to whoever gets on her bad side isn t that what the cover implies Brynna couldn t be further from how she is depicted here.First of all, she s a demon She s spent eons in Hell apathetic to the incessant screams of...