Barbara Vey at Publishers Weekly Blog. They just showcased it today
Lord of the Dark by Dawn Thompson
Read by Marie
Gideon was the greatest Archangel of the Arcan Gods until he was banished and punished for lusting after a mortal woman. Now cursed and forced to live with his sin for decades, Gideon can’t hide his wings and he can’t fly with becoming painfully aroused with no way to ease the pain without punishment. Rhiannon was on her way to her betrothed when was shipwrecked just off the coast of a desolate island. After washing ashore, she made her way to what appeared to be an abandoned cave, since there was no one inside or any where around the area she took advantage of some of the items stored inside. After bathing in the cave's pool, she came face-to-face with a towering naked man with massive silver wings.
I loved this book. Dawn has written compelling characters in this series of banished heroes. The pages sparked with fire. I laughed the first time I saw the warning label on the back, but I found out quickly that it was appropriate. This is the second book in the series but my first by this author and I will be going straight away to pick up the others. I was very saddened to hear that she left us last year. She was a magnificent storyteller.