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Archangel's Kiss by Nalini Singh
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Nov 28, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: best-of-heroes, ladies-of-quality, paranormal, romance, favorites
Read from November 28 to 29, 2011

“Even if you fail,” he said, “I have every confidence that you’ll find a way to end my life before I stain the world with evil.”
Rebellion in those eyes. “We die,” she said, “we die together. That’s the deal.”
He thought about his final thoughts as he’d fallen with her in New York, her body broken in his arms, her voice less than a whisper in his mind. He hadn’t considered holding onto his eternity for a second, had chosen to die with her, with his hunter. That she would choose to do the same... His hands clenched. “We die,” he repeated, “we die
together.”
A moment of utter silence, the sense of something being locked into place.


That was absolutely my favorite part of this book.

Despite the whole story which was kind of overwhelming and for me, the romance between Raphael and Elena was exquisite. In this second book it was getting better, much better than the first book. I was a little disappointed with Angels Blood. Lots of passion, but I felt something was missing. I wasn't thrilled until the ending scene when both Raphael and Elena were injured badly.

This second book is more interesting and the love story was truly beautiful.
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Reading Progress

11/28/2011
52.0% "“Even if you fail,” he said, “I have every confidence that you’ll find a way to end my life before I stain the world with evil.” Rebellion in those eyes. “We die,” she said, “we die together. That’s the deal.”"
11/28/2011
52.0% "He thought about his final thoughts as he’d fallen with her in New York, her body broken in his arms, her voice less than a whisper in his mind. He hadn’t considered holding onto his eternity for a second, had chosen to die with her, with his hunter. That she would choose to do the same . . . His hands clenched. “We die,” he repeated, “we die together.” *isn't that sweet..." 3 comments
11/29/2011
81.0% "“But you, you’ve always been the rain, the wind, inside my mind. I taste you when I sleep, when I wake, when I breathe.”"

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