Reviewed by Susan65
Title: The Dichotomy of Angels
Author: N.R. Walker
Heroes: Nathaniel and Chasan
Genre: M/M Paranormal
Length: 327 pages
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: December 25, 2019
Available at: Amazon
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Nathaniel and Chasan are no ordinary angels.
Destiny chose them to be twin flames, fated mates. But Nathaniel has avoided Chasan for nearly a thousand years.
When sent to Earth on a mission to live and work together, Nathaniel comes face-to-face with his destiny. Short-tempered, petulant, and grumpy, he hates the idea of being fated to anyone and has chosen an existence of isolation rather than spending time with the calm, kind, and serene Chasan.
But now he has no choice.
One is fire, the other is air; a true dichotomy of angels. Together they will be ignited, or they will be extinguished. This assignment will seal their fate either way.
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85,000 words. A sometimes-funny, sometimes-serious story about love, destiny, and other heavenly disasters.
Well, this was a new twist on fated mates. Two angels with twin flaming souls, a rarity in the heavens, and a fate meant to be rejoiced and celebrated. Unless, of course, one of the angels wants no part of it. None, zippo, nada. Nathaniel likes Chasan okay, he was cool, he was beautiful, and a great guy, but to completely twine his entire existence around the other angel? No, thank you.
Chasan has waited over a thousand years for Nathaniel to accept him and complete their bond. He could feel is souls fire reaching out to Nathaniel, but Nathaniel wasn’t having it. Of course, Chasan, being the good little angel, gives him space, but slowly dies inside. But Nathaniel is suffering, too. He failed in one of his earthly missions and cannot get over it. Chasan knows this, the entire heavens know it, but Nathaniel will not see reason. That is, until they are forced back to earth to work on a mission together, as a team, as humans, as husbands. Now things get tricky.
It is while they are human husbands, without angel powers, that Chasan accepts that Nathaniel will not give in to his destiny, and Nathaniel realizes that Chasan is his destiny but is too afraid to take it, until Chasan decides that enough is enough and Nathaniel is left floundering. Nathaniel is not the jackass he portends, but he has a millenium of pain to make up for with Chasan, but that all depends on if they can actually complete their earthly mission, a mission that one of them may not survive.
Overall Impression: I really liked it
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*