(Review) Angel's Kiss by Melanie Tomlin
I received a copy in exchange of an honest review.
This book had delivered what a lot of other novels had failed to deliver (in my opinion); proper introduction. It might be a small aspect for some people but not for me.
Yes, it might be simply told through a conversation and might not be creatively scattered throughout the book for readers to uncover, but I couldn't care less. Readers could get a perfect view of what this world look like and what is happening there before we get any further, and I don't know about you but that helps me a lot in finishing a book without getting confused and bored mid way.
The plot and twists towards the usual myths about vampires, werewolves, and angels are absolutely creative. I found Melanie Tomlin's idea to be fresh and original. And Helen's character development is also a plus point for me, she is officially my current girl crush. Even when she's physically unable to fight, her strong will and determination is amazing. And Danny (our swoon-worthy angel) is just as amazing.
The pace might be slow but the writing style and conflicts had made up for it, so much that I found myself looking forward to my next free time so I can continue reading this book.
Overall, I am in love with this book! Totally recommended to you paranormal romance lovers. Looking forward for the next installment!
4 EYES OPEN (4/5)