When he was 7 years old, Vane Weston became known as “the Miracle Child” for surviving the Category 5 tornado that killed his parents. That was 10 years ago. And though Vane has found friends and a new home with loving adoptive parents, he is still haunted by unanswered questions and recurring dreams about his past. Just how did he survive? And why does he see the face of the same girl, night after night?

Speaking of girls, Vane seems to have bad luck in that department. He’s not bad looking, but every date ends in a disaster. So Vane is delighted when things go well on a blind date with a visiting Canadian called Hannah. Until, that is, the girl from his dreams suddenly appears in real life.

From that moment, Vane’s world turns upside-down. Instinctively, Vane knows that the stranger, who calls herself Audra, holds the key to unlocking memories of his parents and his life before the storm. But Vane is not at all prepared for what Audra tells him about who he really is, or for the challenges that lie ahead if he is to keep his new family safe—nor is Audra prepared for the forbidden attraction she feels for someone she knows is promised to another.

Told in alternating voices, Let the Sky Fall brings readers into a world of fantasy close enough to touch but impossible to see. Messenger has created an intriguing paranormal romance filled with suspense, adventure and realistic, likable characters. By the end, fans will be eager for the second book in the series.

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