Ramatel's Vow

Seventy generations ago, the angel Ramatel was cast into hell for sleeping with human women Now he has returned to earth, harboring a vendetta against God, only to find himself strapped with a beautiful young apprentice Will his grudge stop him from letting something good into his life Clara has been given a second chance to save her soul by working with her chauvinistiSeventy generations ago, the angel Ramatel was cast into hell for sleeping with human women Now he has returned to earth, harboring a vendetta against God, only to find himself strapped with a beautiful young apprentice Will his grudge stop him from letting something good into his life Clara has been given a second chance to save her soul by working with her chauvinistic mentor who has antiquated ideas of gender roles She bucks his authority at every chance, until she has to face the very situation that killed her the first time Does she have what it takes to face her fear Caution This book contains scenes that are intended for mature readers only.
Ramatel s Vow Seventy generations ago the angel Ramatel was cast into hell for sleeping with human women Now he has returned to earth harboring a vendetta against God only to find himself strapped with a beautif

  • Title: Ramatel's Vow
  • Author: Joel Crofoot
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  • Page: 379
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    About the Author

    Joel Crofoot

    I was raised in northern New York State on a farm At 18 years old I enlisted in the Marine Corps and spent my first 4 years in Japan working as a radio operator I then became a bomb disposal technician it s called explosive ordnance disposal and returned to the U.S to be stationed out of California I did 2 combat tours to Iraq then left the Marine Corps to pursue higher education I currently reside in Los Angeles and just graduated with a doctorate in psychology.

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    • L.N. Denison said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Good vs Evil and a struggle with feelings!Again, the angels find themselves fighting demons. This time they have to try and save babies from a solstic sacrifice. In between all of this, Ramatel, a fallen angel trying to adjust to life outside of hell is flung into disarray when Clara enters his life. She is sent to him by the Father as part of a penance. As time goes on, their relationship gets stronger. The story revolves around redemption, love and loss and the ever present demons. There are s [...]

    • P.S. Meraux said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      I think that I liked the sidekick, Clara, in Ramatel’s Vow more than I did Jahi from the first book in the series, Michael’s Passion.In book two, one of the fallen, Ramatel, suddenly finds himself with a woman to look after -- much to his annoyance and regret. What ensues of course is a roguish and stormy battle of wills as Clara does what she must to save her soul, despite the fact that the angel she’s paired with can’t stand the sight of her. In the process she saves more than herself. [...]

    • Melissa Copeland said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      The sequel is just as good at the first! So far I'm absolutely loving this PRA binge I've been on. #NoRegretsThe angel Ramatel is less than thrilled with his new chinfon, Clara. Let's just say that women have gotten him in trouble in the past with the big boss upstairs, and he's not exactly moved on from that grudge with daddy dearestor with women. A few thousand years in hell will do that. I really like the idea that angelic life is imperfect and sometimes downright ugly. Ramatel is angry, he's [...]

    • Nikki Landis said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      I've read all three books in this angels series but I have to say that this one was my favorite. There was something about the impossible struggle of Ramatel and Clara that pulled me in and I literally devoured this book in a day. One thing I really enjoy about Crofoot's writing is the depth of the characters and their intense stories of struggle and perseverance. Through flawed characters who make choices that are questionable and at times aggravating, he deftly lays out the humanity inherent i [...]

    • J. Saman said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      So considering I didn't read the first book in the series and I'm not normally a paranormal girl, I absolutely loved this book! The book begins and Ramatel finds himself in charge of looking after a young girl, Clara. He's not exactly too jazzed by this prospect either and it shows. But Clara is smart and is prepared to do whatever she has to do to save her soul on earth. Ramatel has a chip on his shoulder, especially about women. How will this translate to his relationship with Clara?Clara lear [...]

    • J.B. Trepagnier said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      I pretty much devoured this entire book in one sitting, which I've never done before. The characters are engaging and I was loving all of them. The author hooks you from the beginning and lets characters reasonings be known as they need to be.I actually got mad at the author towards the end and got upset over a certain scene, which I'm not going to spoil. It was a twist, and then it was resolved and I was happy again.I haven't read the other books in the series, but plan on picking them up

    • Mariyam Hasnain said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Actual rating 4.5 starsThe book opens with Ramatel getting ready for a deadly combat with demons when a lightning struck behind him and a dainty girl emerged from it. She introduced herself as Clara and Ramatel was told that he has to take care of her.Things started to steam up between the two. While Clara succumbed to her caretaker’s charms, Ramatel had to resist falling for his chinfon to abide by the rules and vows he had made to himself.The book is hooking from the first chapter and Crofoo [...]

    • Connie Lafortune said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Ramatel's Vow is the second book in, A Series of Angels and I can't wait for the third! Joel Crofoot knows how to weave a tale of intrigue, passion and forgiveness. This series is a must read for all you paranormal romance lovers out there.Clara's connection with Ramatel is daunting but she needs to do whatever it takes to save her soul here on Earth. Albeit, putting up with his narrow-minded demeanor. Luckily, she befriends Jahi who takes her to the gym, where she finds out she must have been a [...]

    • K.T. Munson said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      CharactersRamatel is a tortured soul. Despite this he is also a bit of a romantic. He considers himself ugly (due to the scars he acquired while in Hell). Clara is an interesting character. She is feisty and stubborn. Ramatel thinks she is there to clean but she is actually there to fight! It was so awesome to see Michael and Jahi from the first book back again - and Gabriel, of course. Although Ramatel was very well developed I felt there was something about Clara that just didn'tPlotThis is a [...]

    • Kayla Krantz said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      After coming to the end of her human life, Clara is whisked away to the realm of angels as a second chance at redemption. The only problem? She’s assigned to Ramatel, an angel who is snarky, rude, and has just recently been saved from Hell. As the story progresses, feelings begin to develop between the two but Ramatel is afraid to break his vow, afraid to get close to another being for fear of being hurt. As the tensions escalate and the two are put into a dangerous battle, the pair realizes w [...]

    • Christine Keleny said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      I like the premise of the book and Crofoot sure does know how to write steamy scenes. I hadn't read the first book but it was written in such a way that it didn't detract from this story. I have to say the mistakes were a bit distracting.

    • D.C. Triana said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      I have become a fan of Joel Crofoot. I love the gorgeous angels and the sexy demons. Michael’s Passion was the first book I read and I was hooked from the start and Ramatel’s Vow was no different. I mean the storyline itself grips you. This yummy angel is cast into hell for getting down and dirty with human women. Now, he’s back but God has other plans for this fallen angel. Enter Clara, the pretty and kickass chinfon who was lucky enough to get Ramatel as her guardian. Clara needs to do e [...]

    • K.C. Willivee said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      When Clara suddenly appears in the room of the fallen angel Ramatel, both are understandably startled. It turns out that Clara has been released from purgatory and given one last chance to attain a place in Heaven. She only needs to complete an unknown mission under Ramatel’s reluctant direction. Sparks of both animosity and sexual attraction soon fly, and it even appears that they may be able to develop a deeper connection. Ramatel, all too aware that his last relationship ended him in Hell, [...]

    • Makala Thomas said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      A great rough and romantic story of a rugged angel (Ramatel) who had been rescued from the depths of Hell, believing he was not good enough for another being, who happened to be a green-eyed beauty called Clara, because of all that happened to him. Ramatel tried to fight his feelings for Clara while she tried to get him to embrace them, for she had feelings for him too and ended up in love. Clara was in put in danger twice, the second time fatally, and Ramatel blamed himself both times and was d [...]

    • Nancy Haefner Keeler said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Can't wait for the third!!! Can't wait for the third!!! Both of these books have been excellent and very captivating great reads!!! Hurry up with the third one please?!!

    • A.D. Herrick said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Absolutely amazing!Yet again another absolutely amazing installment to the series of Angles. I can not get over how eloquently put together the book is and how seemless the story is told. You are transported into the world and actually feel as though are there among friends witnessing the story unfolf. Absolute LOVE

    • Jessica Jesinghaus said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Check out this review, and many more, on my blog jessjesinghaus.wordpress Building from the conclusion of the first book in the series, Michael's Passion, Ramatel's Vow follows -you guessed it- Ramatel. For those who haven't read the first book *spoiler alert* Ramatel is one of the Fallen risen from Hell after nearly 2000 years of torture in the pit. Needless to say, that much Hell-time would leave anyone with scars and Ramatel is no exception. He's a walking, talking conglomeration of scars: bo [...]

    • Anna Lane said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      The book is a fast-paced story about angels fighting demons and Ramatel’s love and loss. Ramatel has his demons (no pun intended). The book opens with Clara literally landing before him, and both have to work towards redemption. They share a room and sparks fly. Ramatel is forced to take her under his wings, but Clara has other ideas. She wants to fight, and when she faces death (again), their relationship takes a turn. What really puts the book above others is the wide emotional range.Ramatel [...]

    • Monique said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      The second book of A Series of Angels, and more action-packed than the first!In addition to getting Ramatel and Clara's story, it was great learning more about the characters from the first book. Plus - more angels, demons, and minotaurs were added into the mix. Regarding the other freed fallen angels - I look forward to reading their stories! Whenever God spoke - which was all in capital letters - it was hilarious. He came across as having a sense of humor, which added more to the story. I love [...]

    • Maven said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      I am a big fan of paranormal romance having spent years reading about vampires, shifters, aliens, and angels. I’m not sure why I haven’t come across this series until now, but I am so glad I did. As soon as I started reading, I was swept away in this story. The characters are well drawn and seem to jump off the page. Ramatel is super sexy as the angel trying to redeem himself and Clara is compelling as a reborn woman trying to remember her past and tame the bad boy fallen angel.All the way t [...]

    • Hayley Shaver said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      This is a good book. However, this is not a good book for people who don't like erotica or fallen angels acting almost like they are in a biker gang. Clara is sent from Purgatory to Ramatel, a fallen angel. Ramatel and everyone else around them wonder why she was sent to him, but there is nothing for it. Clara has to help Ramatel until she is seemed worthy by the Father to go to heaven. There is danger on the horizon , and Clara is scared of it, but with Ramatel's support she may conquer her fea [...]

    • Doug Simpson said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Just as Exciting as Book 1This is Book 2 in a fantasy series about Angels and demons and once again features the famous Archangels Michael and Gabriel. The Angels and demons take on the appearance of humans but retain their superpowers. The author has once again been very imaginative in creating a suspenseful story with many surprises. Her research into the names of Angels and demons has been quite impressive causing this reader to wonder once again just how much truth has been included in this [...]

    • Tracie said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Another excellent book! So ridiculously easy to become addicted to the characters. Loving this author and I cannot wait to see what else he has planned!

    • W.S. Carmichael said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      I loved this whole series. The plot was interesting and the characters well fleshed out. Definitely worth the read

    • Jo-Anne said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Absolutely amazing. A-MA-ZING.Ramatel is the main character who is really angry and grumpy. After being in Hell for seventy generations, his feelings are understandable. He's pretty angry at God for that, too. When he gets Clara as his chinfon to look after he's even more annoyed.While Clara is there to save her sole she's not sure how to do that. Having Ramatel as her chinshen was not helping her either since he clearly didn't want her around and was not going to help her out. Even though Ramat [...]

    • Ju Ephraime said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      This is my first book, I believe, by Joel Crofoot, and I have to admit, I love it. I like the writing style, the well-developed characters, and the way the author had them interacting with each other. I don’t particularly care for demons and angels books but I was able to get so engrossed in the story that I forgot I was reading about demonic angels. That Ramatel is indeed the angel of endurance. I like the tension between Ramatel and Clara and even though I knew the outcome was inevitable, th [...]

    • Daisy said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Love this series!Ramatel and Clara's story captivated me from the beginning. Can't wait for the next book in the series. Not sure who I want to be next. I want both Gabriel and Asael's stories. I will definitely be waiting to read the next story by Joel Crofoot.

    • Mitsuki Yoruichi said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      The book follows one of the fallen angels named Ramatel, who had a huge chip on a his shoulder. To add more salt to his wounds, a female by the name of Clara drops in on him and that just makes him flip out more into a tirade. And so bringing her to his brother Grabriel. Trying to toss her onto him and get rid of her, Gabriel tells him " YOU'RE STUCK WITH HER" Aggravated with the new arrangements, Ramatel tries to be the "big-bad-guy" and tries to show Clara how terrible of a person he is and sh [...]

    • Jessica Woods said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      "I'm not a good angel." Bitter, scarred, and angry, Ramatel has been burned literally in past relationships. Tossed into hell for a relationship with a human woman, Ramatel is not looking for love or even forgiveness from the father. Clara is dropped into his room, a lesser angel given a second chance for redemption, and is drawn to the big, scary, and scarred angel like a moth to the flame. Drawn into the fight between good and evil, Clara must battle demons and the angel, Ramatel, himself to f [...]

    • Cheryl said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 06:17 AM

      Interesting novel with decent flow and characters. Enjoyed it.

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