An Angel’s Song


Tessa and Alec have been separated for ten years when they’re called to the deathbed of Tessa’s father and tasked with solving a mystery that points to the Nazi régime, and the world of the Djinn. 

Alec is used to shutting people out, especially Tessa, but this time, he can’t do it – he needs her help. Can Alec and Tessa rebuild their trust and relationship, and save their marriage?

The story is intriguing.  As a newbie to the series, the reader who starts with this book will miss out on a few things, and might have to reread parts just to figure out what is going on. The writing is good, but not amazing. The characters had a lot of depth and personality, Tessa in particular. The focus was partially on the estranged relationship between Alec and Tessa (and why they drifted apart), and partially on the story. There were a lot of secondary characters too, but not all of them were equally as developed. Some were rather two-dimensional. “An Angel’s Song” is the fourth book in a series, and when you haven’t read the previous books, it’s difficult to just pick up this book and figure out everything that happened beforehand. This is an intriguing book focusing on the djinn, a paranormal creature you don’t see often in paranormal romance novels. 

Majanka Verstraete