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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite
Death is not the answer when you have the world to save, or at least that is what Asteria learns when the Archangel Micah prevents her from attempting suicide in Asteria: Into The Fray by Adrienne Enfinger. After running into Micah several more times, Asteria comes to discover the truth about her parents’ deaths and her own destiny. As a Nephilim, a person who is part angel, part human, Asteria has a choice to either help in the eternal battle between good and evil or to stay away. Unfortunately, the fallen angel Azazel wants Asteria dead so that he can continue to cause havoc on earth and make humans ugly in the sight of God. With training from her uncle and Micah, as well as support from her best friend Kendra, Asteria becomes a warrior for good. Azazel uses that against her, though, and Asteria is submitted to trials that can hardly be believed. Will Asteria overcome these obstacles to help save mankind or will Azazel finally get what he has been trying to achieve since the beginning of time?
Adrienne Enfinger has written a powerful story about the classic battle between good and evil in Asteria: Into The Fray. With intriguing characters, tremendous action and a growing love between Asteria and Micah, Asteria keeps you interested and excited to find out what happens next. The plot is exciting and the characters make it real. Asteria is vulnerable but still strong and shows just what a determined young woman can do with the right motivation and support. The writing is clean and the nuances of emotions are well represented. This is a terrific story and you will be anxious to follow what happens to Asteria and her friends.