Willow is different: no, it's not because she dresses like a mechanic or has the ability to glimpse into people's futures. It's because she is a half angel. Unfortunately for humanity, angels have been feeding off humans' ether for years, and now they are literally killing off the world. Too bad Willow doesn't know she's half angel, or that she holds the power to send all the angels back to their own world and keep them from killing humanity. With the help of the confident, sexy CIA agent Alex, she might just get the job done...if they can survive. Seriously, this one of the most entertaining romances I've read in a long time. Alex's character was perfect: dangerous, brooding, get-out-of-my-way attitude. I loved that. What I didn't love was the fact that angels were feeding off of humans. I know it was supposed to be gross, but it kind of turned me off. Plus, I have an unspoken rule in my head that angels are good and only fallen angels are bad. I mean, if angels are bad, they're demons, right? God's rejects. But I'm not so picky that I couldn't see past it. The romance was my favorite part of the book. I've seen some people label a few aspects of Alex and Willow's romance as cliche and cheesy, but I kind of liked that. It was a nice change from some of the serious, darker stuff I've been reading.