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  • OMG!!

    I have been waiting a long time for this particular story, I totally loved it. The only fault it had was it ended! I wish I could keep reading on and on, I hope the author writes more about Titus and Sharine soon Great book😍

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  • Titus meets his match !

    Another superb read from NS centred around The Hummingbird and Titus. Only really seen the Hummingbird as a side character as Illium's mother but here she is changing into somebody different and more powerful and clashes delightfully with Titus who is not used to women , he considers gentle, defying him. A great story with, as usual, lots of humour and snarky back chat. a great addition to NS's Guild Hunter series.

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  • A wonderful read!

    Archangel’s Sun is the highly anticipated story of Titus and The Hummingbird/Sharine and is part of the Guild Hunter Series by Nalini Singh. At the end of the previous book, we saw the Archangel of Death and the Archangel of Disease get defeated, but they seem to have left unimaginable horrors behind. The reborn are set on taking over the world, especially in Titus’s area of Africa. Titus and his people are trying their hardest to get rid of the reborn and to start over again. Enter the Hummingbird, a woman who has risen from the ashes and become Sharine. She is old and powerful, but her mind is like a kaleidoscope, giving her glimpses into her past which are not always easy to deal with. Titus and Sharine worked so well together. You have Titus who is this booming, no nonsense Archangel who rules with strength and determination who is pitted with Sharine, an angel who is coming not only into her own powers (which have lain dormant), but a woman who speaks her mind, has a core strength about her and doesn’t let Titus get away with anything. I also enjoyed reading about her past, so that we saw how she became the Hummingbird. Her relationship with her son, Illium is beautiful too! This was a wonderful book to read. It had action, romance and two characters that work well together to build a slow and steamy romance which has a backbone of steel.

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  • Archangel’s Sun

    Fabulous as always. A much needed break from the reality that is our world at the moment.

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  • Brilliant of course, as expected.

    Another wonderful instalment of the Guild Hunter series. This time, based on our beloved hummingbird rediscovering her memories of a immense past, forgotten powers and freedom to love and be loved so passionately. Singh has written this so well to immerse you thoroughly into the personal struggles and desires, you could be right there, flying alongside. This is one of my favourite worlds to escape into and I just can't wait for the next adventure!

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