Review: Archangel’s Blade (Guild Hunter #4) by Nalini Singh


Archangel’s Blade (Guild Hunter #4) by Nalini Singh

Mass Market Paperback, 310 pages
Published September 6th 2011 by Berkley Sensation
Source: Library

The severed head marked by a distinctive tattoo on its cheek should have been a Guild case, but dark instincts honed over hundreds of years of life compel the vampire Dmitri to take control. There is something twisted about this death, something that whispers of centuries long past…but Dmitri’s need to discover the truth is nothing to the vicious strength of his response to the hunter assigned to decipher the tattoo.

Savaged in a brutal attack that almost killed her, Honor is nowhere near ready to come face to face with the seductive vampire who is an archangel’s right hand, and who wears his cruelty as boldly as his lethal sensuality…the same vampire who has been her secret obsession since the day she was old enough to understand the inexplicable, violent emotions he aroused in her.

As desire turns into a dangerous compulsion that might destroy them both, it becomes clear the past will not stay buried. Something is hunting…and it will not stop until it brings a blood-soaked nightmare to life once more… Goodreads

My opinion: This was interesting. I got to learn a lot about Dmitri and¬† his past. Its a continuation of the story because we still get to see a little of Rafael and Elena. We also get to see more of Rafael’s and Dmitri’s relationship. I really liked Honor, she seems like a really cool character especially if she can tame, Dmitri. What she has gone through is horrible but the fact that she was able to continue to survive is amazing. I also really liked who she turned out to be. Dmitri deserves a to be happy after the past that he has had.

Something that I found sort of funny is that the person behind the attacks, didn’t seem to be very powerful or formidable to be able go up against Dmitri. It just seemed a little foolish.Especially the person that he was trying to bring back.

Overall: 4 out of 5


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