Angels and Demons — and Gargoyles?
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: 👨🏻👱🏻♀️🧔🏻👱🏼♂️👩🏼🦰
The heroine: Trinity – she is a human that lives in a community of wardens (Gargoyle shifters who protect humanity from demons). That is unusual in itself since most humans don’t know that wardens and demons exist, much less live with them. However, they are protecting Trinity because of who she is and what she can do. One of the things she can do is see and talk to ghosts.
The Hero(es): Zayne – he is a warden from a clan in Washington, D.C. and is the son of the leader of the clan who recently died. He has a lot of secrets but is fascinated by Trinity from the first time he sees her.
The Story: Trinity is losing her sight and someday soon might be completely blind, but she is a badass female who trained with her bonded warden Misha since she was young. She is better than most wardens at throwing knives despite her failing vision.
This book was fantastic and the narration was great. The world building was exceptional. I loved all of the supporting characters. There was Misha who grew up with Trinity and is bonded to her as her guardian, Peanut who is a ghost that Trinity met when she was very young and follows her, Layla the half demon half warden that grew up with Zayne, Roth the demon that is a crown prince of Hell and more.
I especially loved peanut who died in the mid 1980’s and comes in with the funniest lines of the book which are made even funnier by the fact that Trinity is the only one that can see or hear him. He is definitely stuck in the 80’s and is great comic relief. I am moving on to Rage and Ruin right away!
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