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it was amazing
WARNING : HOT PICS INSIDE !!!!
Before I write the review, do yo ever guessed why Naasir never appear in this book?
The answer is…
He’s so naughty, so Raphael change him as a cutie little white tiger, and take him as accessories at his shoulder..
Just kidding 😛
Now,for the review
What I must said?
After my long time waiting for this book, 2 months, if you want to know, I’m almost weep when this book finally arrived at my home. And I don’t wanna waste a time, that night I read it and I found, when
This, the scene after Elena and Raphael do the “Angel Dance” 😛
I can’t wait for Archangel’s Blade..
Really, it’s about Dmitri, I never expected that he will have his own story, after all, he is not my favorite Seven (I prefer Jason and Aodhan) and the fact that we never meet his heroine, just make me impatient to read his book… (and wondering, who will be in Archangel’s Blade cover. Elena? Not likely, since this is Dmitri’s, so maybe Dmitri himself :p)
Nalini,can’t you write faster?
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I discovered yesterday that I own more than eight hundred romances. Straightforward, luridly-covered paperbacks from Messrs Harlequin Mills & Boon and associated publications. So I’ve decided that one of these days, when I’m done with my more important chores, like cleaning the toilet and reorganizing my groceries in alphabetical order, I will collate all of these romances, borrowing maybe a paragraph in total from each of these books, to achieve a manuscript approximately one hundred and ei
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, I have discovered the secret to becoming a bestselling author. It’s quite simple, really, all you need is one Alpha alpha male (that means hairy, chest thumping, caveman-type alpha male), one liberated woman who secretly just wants to be possessed and dominated and told to keep to her place in the kitchen, a few million cliches and lots and lots of SEX! Now don’t go stealing my formula just cause I’ve put it out there in the webosphere, you plagiaristic bitches!
I have no problems with lots and lots of sex. I’m fairly sure that at least fifty percent of my eight-hundred strong collection of romances is built solely on the foundation of lots and lots of sex, and since I’m not suddenly expecting Marquez to start writing for Mills & Boon, I’m not shocked that these books are formulaic, predictable and have no plotline whatsoever. However, I expected better of Nalini Singh, yessir, I did. Within her selected genre of paranormal romance, I think Singh has been doing a good job. Much, much better than a lot of the tripe out there. She’s done some decent worldbuilding, especially with her Psy-Changeling Universe, and the stories don’t annoy me the way most romances do these days. Aah, I long for my younger, more uncritical days when the sameness of romantic fiction never palled!
Despite the arrant inequality displayed by the relationship in the Guild Hunter series, I still liked the first two books. Probably because it had only a couple of sex scenes, max. In the first book, it took until almost the end for the thousand-year old archangel to stop trying to intimidate the puny human and seduce her instead. In the second book, the puny human had become a puny angel from whom the overprotective archasshole withheld sex because she was too… hmm, let me think… yes, that’s it! Too puny! But they sure made up for it by fucking like bunnies in the third book! Seriously, at times I was tempted to tell Singh to stop trying to come up with a plotline and just describe their endless sexathons throughout the book. That way, at least, I wouldn’t have spent the last two days propping my eyelids open with matchsticks and flipping though at least eighty percent of the book in an attempt to avoid the ‘meaty’ parts and get to the story.
This book had no point. The mystery was thin and unappealing, like day old porridge (gasp! Was that a cliche? Oh no!) and sandwiched between too many sex scenes to count. Had a bad day, Elena? Let’s make it all better by having some sex. Your daddy was mean to you, darling? DOn’t worry, you’ll be much happier as soon as we have some sex! Finishing sparring practice that’s left you limp and sweaty and exhausted? You’ll be all sprightly again with just a little sex! Having a shower? Let’s accompany that with some sex, shall we? Oh, you’re breathing? That means we must have sex now. And so on. There’s just so much throbbing cock and jutting nipples a person can take before you want to gag and start wondering if you’ll ever have sex again.
And when they’re not having sex, they’re arguing about Raphael’s need to cosset his puny angel. And her desire to be conidered his equal. And flashbacks to the same few scenes of her past that I have already revisited, SEVERAL TIMES, in the previous books. All of the things that made the earlier books bearable, such as a storyline, and Elena’s sassiness and humour, tight, fast-paced writing, it’s all just GONE. Elena’s so manic-depressive in this book, and she’s always running to Raphael to kiss her wounds better, and then she wonders why he’s mollycoddling her all the time! This book was such a huge disappointment. Nalini Singh brought me back to reading romances after I had given up in disgust post the unending boredom of Pregnant Mistress, Playboy Prince type stories, and I expected better of her. I just hope the next installment in the Psy-Changeling series brings the romance back into her stories. Literally.
it was amazing
Third re-read: Jan 11th 2017
First read: Dec 30th 2013
Gosh, how I enjoy reading this series. Especially about Elena and Raphael. They truly are one of my all time fav couples. They simply support each other so well and their love is unbreakable. Even when it at times seems that one might be in a bad and cold place, the other doesn’t give up and pulls till they see light again. Their journey is amazing and this new adventure hits very close to Raphael’s past and heart. We also