Reviewed By Sherry Perkins
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
“Never acknowledge the fear. A guardian does not have the luxury of giving in to fear.”—Rekindled Prophecy
Not to give away any spoilers, but at the end of the book, there is a Reader’s Guide. Had I read the Readers Guide first, my connection to the characters might have been stronger. As it is, I found it just a bit difficult to identify with the main character, Greylyn. She’s a guardian angel, tasked with the usual: protecting mortals from their catastrophic decisions and demonic influences.
Greylyn is very good at what she does, which you’d expect since she’s been honing her skills for over four hundred years. The characters are formulaic,although the plot is interesting. It’s also a pleasant juxtaposition between Greylyn’s angelic duties and the more mundane realities of her life.
Kelly, Greylyn’s best friend, is getting married. And she’s pregnant. Plus, the wedding photographer is Greylyn’s archenemy, Kael. Kael is, of course, a fallen angel—with a wicked sense of justice and a hidden agenda, one that ultimately involves Greylyn.
Having read “Rekindled Prophecy,” I’d given the book 3.5 stars in review. It’s a good enough read, only predictable. On the other hand, studying the Readers Guide, gives my overall rating a boost. Now, I’m anxious to re-read “Rekindled Prophecy,”reconsider the implications and possibilities—enough so that I certainly want to read the next book in the series.