I'm not a big reader of angel and demon books, but the cover hooked me and I decided to give it a try. I'm glad I did. The author took a very unique twist on the world of archangels and demons that made the story very interesting and kept me on the edge of my seat.
Wren is an archangel/human hybrid who's been in hiding over the past ten years since his parents were murdered. It's been a lonely existence but one he's been forced into over the fear of being found by the guardian who swore to protect his family but killed them instead. He doesn't trust anyone for fear they're either involved with poachers trying to rid the world of archangels and demons or his own kind that might shun him because of his unique gifts. So Wren was surprised when a human woman reaches out to save him when the poachers find his newest hiding place. Ginger's willingness and selfishness in helping Wren
Wren broke my heart, just a little bit, in this story. He was on his own for eighteen years and always made to feel like he was a lesser person, even by his own family. I loved how even though he truly didn't trust anyone, he found that he could trust the human woman who saved him.
With Ginger, she found that with Wren she finally belonged. After being raised within Haven, a demon/archangel colony in Alaska, she found that she was an outcast within both the human and demon races. But with Wren she found the one person that made her feel like she was perfect just the way she is.
I enjoyed this read and can't wait for the next Sanctuary story.