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ARC Review | Wings of Flesh and Bones – Cathrina Constantine [Blog Tour]

Welcome to the Ginger Mom’s stop on the Wings of Flesh and Bones tour, hosted by Xpresso Book Tours. We are so excited to be sharing this book with you today 🙂
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Wings of Flesh and Bones
by Cathrina Constantine
Publisher: CHBB Publishing
Release Date: April 13, 2018
Genre: Fantasy | Paranormal | YA
Pages: 384
Source: Author in Exchange for Honest Review
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Reviewed by Megan

An Angel. A Witch. A Demon. And A Choice.

Creatures from outer realms suck, as any gatekeeper worth their salt will tell you. Welcome to Rogan’s life, an orphaned seventeen-year-old who lives and trains with other misfits under her uncle’s roof, keeping Earth safe from non-human realm jumpers. Rogan’s biggest issue concerns her uncle’s short leash with her freedom – that is of course, until she’s taken by a notorious witch, and her life begins to unravel. Soon, the supernatural beauty discovers there’s a reason her uncle kept such a tight lock on her whereabouts, and that she has more than angel blood running through her veins.

Eighteen-year-old Max is an angel, and Rogan’s mentor and guardian. He’s well aware of her tenacious inability to obey orders, though he also knows she’s a fierce fighter. When he’s involved in a scheme that ultimately gets Rogan kidnapped, he must battle his way back to her in an attempt to save her from the darkness threatening to possess her. 


This was one of those books where I was immersed in the story almost immediately. Of course, I already have an affinity for books about angels and fallen angels, so this book was an immediate hit. I had a few issues with the plot in the beginning, and at times Rogan irritated the cruddies out of me. And, though I enjoyed this book, I wasn’t sure about the characters. I certainly never connected with Rogan. And Castle – I’m still not sure about him. Max, I liked, and Portia (Rogan’s witch mom) I also liked and disliked at the same time. The characters were well-written . . . it was just personality issues I had with them.

While the characters had their flaws, I enjoyed the plot. Yes, in the beginning I had a few issues, but the overall plot appealed to me. And I loved the concept of different realms and supernatural creatures. Some of the descriptions were vivid enough that I could imagine myself right there.

This book is anything BUT predictable. There were so many times that I was entirely shocked by what happened. It kept me on my toes and was definitely an enjoyable read. I will undoubtedly be searching out more books by this author in the near future.

I received a complementary copy of Wings of Flesh and Bones via the author and Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for my honest review. The gifting of this eARC in no way influenced my review and all opinions expressed within are entirely my own.

CathrinaAbout the Author

Cathrina Constantine is the best-selling author of Don’t Forget to Breathe. Her book won Readers’ Favorite International Book Award for 2015, New Apple Medalist for 2016, Literary Classics Gold Award, Literary Classics Seal of Approval. Her paranormal fantasy, Wickedly They Come has been awarded the 5 Star Seal from Readers’ Favorite. Tallas, from her dystopian series, received Literary Classics Silver Award and Literary Classics Seal of Approval.

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Have you read any of Cathrina’s books? Do you enjoy books about angels, demons, and other supernatural creatures? Let us know what your favorite supernatural character is in the comments below! And, as always, thanks for reading!



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