Welcome to a dark new world where lethal, beautiful archangels hold sway over immortals and mortals both, with the Guild Hunters caught in between, tasked with retrieving those vampires who break their contracts with their angelic masters. Elena Deveraux is a Guild Hunter. She was hired to do the impossible - to hunt down a rogue Archangel - and she succeeded where none had believed she could. But in the process, she fell in love. And not just with anyone: with the Archangel Raphael. It a love that's as powerful, entrancing and incredible as it is terrifying, and dangerous. But the world won't stand still while Elena and Raphael enjoy their new-found love. Vampires and angels still go rogue, and it's still Elena's job to hunt them down, and return them to their angelic masters. For all that she is exceptional, Elena isn't invulnerable - and the more obvious her talents become, the bigger a target she could finds herself...
©2010 Nalini Singh (P)2011 Orion Publishing Group Limited
Great narration. I like to list this first as it can make or break a story.
Loved this story. Easy listerning and very entertaining. Will be impatiently waiting for any new books in audio from this author.
I really enjoy it when readers with similar reading interests list their favourite authors and series. It really helps me find new authors too follow. Mine are Charlaine Harris, Jeaniene Frost, Jennifer Estep, Faith Hunter, Molly Harper, Ilona Andrews, Kresley Cole, Deborah Harkness, Nalini Singh and Sherrilyn Kenyon.
Yes, in fact, I've listened to it twice already and I'll probably listen to it again. It was so incredible that I just had to hear it again.
This series is really different from other paranormal romances with a tonne of new concepts that I hadn't come across before. That rarely happens when you read a lot of this genre and so it was really refreshing. It's funny, clever and really well written. Nalini Singh is definitely one of my favourite writers at the moment.
I really enjoyed the performance. Well paced, with a good distinction between the different characters, which is pretty impressive given there are a lot of characters in this. She has really good instincts about which words should be stressed in a sentence. It can be really offputting when a narrator gets this wrong, but I'm pleased to say that Justine Eyre did it perfectly. I also found her voice really pleasant to listen to.
I am now dying for the rest of this series and more Nalini Singh books to become available on audio.
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