I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Nalini Singh
Released: September 24th 2019
Series: Guild Hunter #12
Published by Berkley
“ARCHANGEL’S WAR definitely deserves all the 5-star ratings!”
~ Under the Covers
With the cliffhanger ending of the last book in the series, many readers are biting their nails to see what will come of Elena and Raphael in this installment. As a fan of this series, I was very much looking forward to see what Nalini Singh would do and I’m happy to note that she really went above and beyond what I expected and delivered an epic story for her readers.
ARCHANGEL’S WAR is the twelfth book in the Guild Hunter series and I would definitely recommend reading this series in order. This book has multiple POVs in it although quite a lot of it revolves around Raphael and Elena who are the main couple of the series. There were times when I wished a new couple was featured in this books, but this was one of those times when I was happy to see an update on Elena and Raphael again.
I truly believe that their romance continues to develop and bloom even though we’ve technically seen many happily ever afters for them already. Raphael has quickly become one of my favorite heroes of this year with his devoted love for Elena. I mean, he literally gives his heart to her. How much more could you ask from an archangel?
I’m giving this book five stars, which for me is a big deal now. I have only giving 5 stars to only one other book I’ve read this year, but I like to save this rating for books that I truly think deserve it. ARCHANGEL’S WAR definitely deserves all the 5-star ratings!
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