I really liked the first book in this series and I think my enjoyment had a lot to do with the original premise. The children of Fallen Angels being forced to work for their demon father’s to corrupt the people of the world. Now that really had me hook. Especially the idea that each one specialised in their own sin/vice. I also liked the main character Anna- the good girl gone bad, or some might say the bad girl gone good. And no one can deny her love interest Kaiden is top notch!But having said that, the second book in this series is just lacking a something. I still liked it but I’m just not raving. Maybe the glamour and newness of the original premise has worn off a little or it could be that we barely see Kaiden for the first half of the book! Or worst of all it could be because the author introduces a love triangle. But mostly, if I’m being really honest it’s because nothing much really happens in this book. This book isn’t quite boring but I think it could have been at points if the characters weren’t so much fun and so diverse. But considering that the basic plot of this book is one to “save the world” you would expect a lot more to happen. Like say coming up with a plan?? At the very least??Sadly this seems to be another trilogy that starts off well but has a disappointing second book. Here's crossing finger's that Wendy Higgins rallies for the final installment.