Hey Bookworms! Something a little different today! I was lucky enough to participate in the cover reveal for Celestial by Olivia Wildenstein. This book is the sequel to Feather, a retelling of Romeo & Juliette with an angel and a mob boss. I LOVED the first book and am dying to get my hands on Celestial. I’ll drop the synopsis for Feather below and then I’ll show off the cover for Celestial! Under my cover reveal picture will be the synopsis for Celestial, so don’t read it if you haven’t already read (and probably devoured) Feather!
With only a month left to earn her missing feathers, twenty-year-old Leigh embarks on a trip to Paris to meet her newest project, twenty-five-year-old Jarod Adler, leader of the Parisian Mafia and the worst kind of sinner . . . a Triple.
If Leigh can get Jarod to accomplish a single act of kindness, she stands to win 100 feathers, more than enough to complete her wings and ascend to Elysium, the land of angels.
What she doesn’t count on is Jarod’s dark charm costing her feathers.
She’s dead set on saving him, and he’s dead set on destroying her.
Until he realizes destroying her wings is also destroying her heart.
A heart he longs to hear beat only for him.
Trigger warnings: graphic sexual scenes and a difficult ending. Not recommended for Young Adults.
And now…the cover for Celestial…ARE YOU READY?
In ninety-two days, the feathered appendages that link me to the people I loathe finally come off. Dear, winglets, you will not be missed.
Celeste has spent the last four years building a life outside of angelic guilds—parties, check—pursuing human ambitions instead of celestial ones—college, check—and shedding feathers across Parisian cobblestones and more recently New York sidewalks—speaking her mind, always check.
She swore off angels, but the death of the woman who took her in the night Leigh died brings them soaring back into her life . . . and not just any angel but the most detestable one, the one complicit in Leigh’s death—Seraph Asher.
Although Celeste tells the archangel to feather off, the unreasonably pretty and obstinate man doesn’t leave her alone. He returns and insists she complete her wings. When she asks him for one good reason to do so, he gives her an unbeatable one: what he did with Leigh’s soul.
Asher never meant to share his damning secret, but he knows it’s the only way to save Celeste—the rebellious Fletching he can’t get out of his head . . . or heart.
Make sure you check these two books out, I am so excited to read Celestial!