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Archangel's Heart - Nalini Singh

I fell in love with the Guild Hunter series from the very first book. Yes I love the Psy-Changeling series from Ms. Singh, but the Guild Hunter series is where I started reading her books, so they have an extra special place in my heart. I absolutely love the fact that we got another book that focused on Raphael and Elena with Archangel's Heart.

 

Archangel's Heart was one of those books I wish I could have read in one sitting, even as I didn't want the story to end. Seriously this story was so hard to put down, as it pulled me in from the very first page. I loved we got to learn more about Elena's family's past, as Elena, Raphael, and Aodhan travel to the meeting of the Cadre at the Luminata. Yes much of the story is about the past in Archangel's Heart, and my history loving heart loved learning more about some of my favorite characters.

 

I loved seeing Elena, Raphael, and Aodhan investigate the Luminata as they all felt like something was off from the moment they arrived. I love how Elena's hunter instincts are such an important part of her character and that Raphael totally and completely gets and supports her need to ferret out the truth. I felt like we got a little more insight into Aodhan in Archangel's Heart. He has always intrigued me and I found myself falling for "Sparkle" a bit more as he began to be more open as the story progressed. I have to say I was a bit thrown by some of what the Luminata was involved in, but the entire story kept me on the edge of my seat with each new reveal.

 

Archangel's Heart is one of my favorite books in the Guild Hunter series to date. I always love getting more time with Elena and Raphael in the series. I honestly felt the growth and change of so many characters thanks to learning more about each one's past. Archangel's Heart is a wonderful, emotion-filled, story and I highly recommend it. 

 

5 Stars (A)

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