Sins of the Angels by Linda Poitevin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Alexandra is a homicide detective that has a past she does not want to remember and a bloodline she does not know about. Trent (Aramael) is an angel that has been assigned to find his brother (again) and send him back to Limbo for crimes against humanity. Caim has escaped and is responsible for serial murders around the city. While hunting for his brother, Aramael must also be a guardian to Alex who is a Nephilim and not someone Aramael wants to protect.
Sparks fly as they team up reluctantly to find Caim before he kills more. Alex and Aramael do not like each other and although there is something unmentioned between them, they fight it.
Aramael has never heard of an angel being attracted to a Nephilim so goes to find out more information from Verchiel who is the one that sent him on this mission.
Something is not right in Aramael's world and while he is hunting for Caim a force is trying to start a war that would put humans in the middle and possible peril.
A great thrilling story with twists and turns that keep you turning the page. Alex and Aramael are full of angst and have ugly pasts that follow them throughout the book. The secondary characters are also interesting and hope to see them in the future. This book ends with the overall story continuing into the next book so I can't wait until it comes out.
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