Book Review – Archangel’s Storm by Nalini Singh

Archangel's Storm (Guild Hunter, #5)Archangel’s Storm by Nalini Singh
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Member of the Seven and Spymaster to Archangel Raphael, Jason is dark, brooding and mysterious, preferring to keep to the shadows where skills are most useful.

When Archangel Neha’s consort is slain, Neha’s rage threatens a cataclysmic apocalypse and Jason must put his allegiance to Raphael aside to investigate the murder.

Trying to survive in Neha’s court, Princess Mahiya can not afford to let anyone get close, lest they be used or killed to hurt her. Knowing this, she finds herself surprised at how fascinated she is with Jason, and wonders if her fascination is returned, or whether he’s just dispassionately using her for her knowledge of the court.

As their two lives entwine (both metaphorically and literally, of course, given this is a Singh novel), they race against a ticking Archangel time bomb to try and discover the murder, before the body count increases by the millions.

The fifth in Singh’s Guild Hunter series, Archangel’s Storm follows Singh’s standard formula, yet wraps it around a murder mystery well enough that I remained interested throughout.

I wouldn’t recommend starting the series with this book, but if you’ve enjoyed the previous Guild Hunter novels, this is a satisfactory addition to the shelf.


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