Hammer's Thief by Alexis Woods

Hammer's Thief is the second book in the Chosen Angels series and I was so excited to get it. Judah has eight nights to fall in love with his chosen mate. 

From the blurb:

Eight nights to fall in love.

Running away from his foster home at eighteen, Locke struggles to survive the brutal winter streets in Atlantic City. Trust is a fickle thing, and Locke hasn't had much of it. He's worked hard for everything he has. When a helpful security guard takes him in during a Code Blue, Locke discovers that some things are more than they seem. His fantasy becomes reality, but sometimes reality is too good to be true.

Graced by God, Judah Maccabee has dwelt in Yahweh's kingdom for nigh on two thousand years, rising through His ranks to become a leader among the warrior angels. A blessing bestowed, Yahweh has found the one for him. Now Judah has only the eight nights of Chanukah to fall in love with the one who will complete him. The only catch - his other half must love him in return if he is to stay earthbound. But expecting Locke to fall just as hard and fast as he does rebounds in a devastating way.

When egos rule and demons lurk, can these two men pull together, trust in family and faith, and earn love? And can they do it in a single week? 

Janet's Review:

Hammer’s Thief is the second book in the Chosen Angels series. Judah has been graced by God. He is leader of the warrior angels. Yahweh has gifted Judah a mate and he has the eight nights of Chanukah to fall in love with that person. 

Locke ran away from his foster care home when he was eighteen and has been living on the streets ever since. He’s looking for his father who he’s never met. Judah is to be sent back down at night and works as a security guard looking for his mate. Locke finds him and takes him home with him. 

The story hooked me, sucked me right in! The characters from the first book in the series Lion’s Hero also make an appearance. 

There’s a graphic action sequence at the end that was fantastic to read! Overall, this was phenomenal! Well written with pacing that didn’t let me go very easily. Highly recommend.

Rating: 5 Stars

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