Haze (The Rephaim #2) by Paula Weston
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“But what if we can’t find Jude?”
He leans closer. His breath is warm on my ear. “We will.”
“How can you be so sure?” I want to believe him so badly, but this is Rafa. The guy who’s all action and no plan. His smile is tired, knowing. An echo of a shared past I don’t remember.
“Because I’m not smart enough to give up, and you don’t know how to.”
Gaby Winters’ nightmares have stopped but she still can’t remember her old life. Still can’t quite believe she is one of the Rephaim—the wingless half-angels who can shift from place to place, country to country, in the blink of an eye. That she was once the Rephaim’s best fighter. That demons exist. That Rafa has stayed.
But most of all, she can’t quite believe that her twin brother, Jude, might be alive.
And Gaby can’t explain the hesitancy that sidetracks the search for him, infuriates Rafa, and sends them, again, into the darkest danger.
4 crazy beautiful stars!
First off kudos to the publishers. The binding of this book was beautiful.
That being said the writing was even more beautiful.
One week Gabe thought she was a nineteen year old girl mourning the lose of her brother, the next she finds out that she is a 140 year old half angel and her brother might still be alive.
The possibly that I’ll see Jude again, the cruel hope of it, never fails to take the breath out of me.
A year of hurting and missing him.
A year of nightmares.
And now the truth. The impossible truth.
Determined to find answers she turns to Jason. He introduces them to a group of women that have known about the Rephaim since the late 1800’s. What they find is more questions than answers and don’t know who to trust.
Feelings for Rafa grow stronger, but he is hiding something and will not tell her why they hated each other. She feels that everyone around her knows her better than herself. Dangers leaking around every corner and she has to decided what is real and who is telling the truth.
I’m the author of the Rephaim series.
I’m also an avid reader and blogger, a huge fan of Australian literature and fantasy/paranormal stories, a closet comic reader and TV addict…and I’m borderline obsessed with the Foo Fighters.