Cover Lover – Archangel’s Heart

As promised, Nalini Singh released the cover for her upcoming Elena and Raphael-centric Guild Hunter book, Archangel’s Heart, which is due out on November 1st.

archangel's heart

Yay…covers make me happy. Happier when I get them in person, but this will tide me over until I can get my hands on it. I have no real idea what this one will bring, but I can’t wait to find out.


4 thoughts on “Cover Lover – Archangel’s Heart

  1. bfmason50 says:

    I do not like this cover as some of the other covers that has Elena, at least it looks like it is the same model so that is good. I enjoy Elena character a lot but still don’t care for Raphael at all. Maybe I am a complete male hater in books since I for the most part only enjoy books with female PoV and if audiobook female readers.

    • kaleigha says:

      For me, it didn’t have the “wow” factor, either, even though I am not sure why. It isn’t bad, but just not as eye-catching as some of the others, maybe?

      It is so funny that you said you don’t feel the male characters in books, because I am totally like that with the females in a PNR. I am more forgiving in a UF< for some reason, but PNR female leads usually range on my scale from ok to downright cringeworthy. The males I totally forgive most anything. I always thought that maybe it was because I compared how the females act to what I would do in a situation, and it usually was totally different.

      • bfmason50 says:

        What are some examples of PNR vs UF? I never completely understood the difference between the 2 categories. I think our views on the opposite characters hits the mark. We understand what we would do in that situation, so we have a place where we can analyze. For example in “The Other series” all Meg or the female members of the Human pack only need to say “women issue, or women business”, and all the male Terra Inagine (Sp?) tuck their tails between their legs and flee the area.

        • kaleigha says:

          For me, at least, I have always gone by what I read a long time ago that PNR was one couple, one book, focused on romance. UF was one main character’s story, usually spread over a series, with some romance in the background but more focus on action.

          I am more forgiving of females in urban fantasy. The PNR heroines often times make me want to either roll my eyes or slap them silly. Often both. I find the UF heroines a bit more savvy and in control, so they can sometimes escape my wrath.

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