This book was EXACTLY like a reincarnate of Twilight except with archangels instead of vampires and the writing was a tad better. I was very excited to read this book but was very disappointed with the outcome.
The whole book the protagonist, Nora, who is very naive and ignorant, is trying to figure out her love/hate relationship with her new biology partner, Patch, while also trying to figure out what he is, if not human. She comes to find that he’s an arch angel who is constantly struggling with the urge to kill her so he can finally become a human but the love he grows for her over powers his want to become human. She isn't even bothered by the fact that not only has he been constantly stalking and harassing her, but also wants to kill her because, "omg he's soooo dreamy and mysterious." She also has another guy stalking and trying to kill her but not because he has some personal disliking for her, but because he has a personal hatred toward Patch. And what better way to harm Patch(because he can’t feel physical pain, but he can feel emotional pain) than to hurt the person he cares most about? by the end of the book she had a handful of people trying to kill her. I was actually surprised that none of them didn't accomplish killing because she is definitely not the sharpest tool in the shed.
Despite really enjoying reading this book, Nora made me crazy. You know when you watch a horror fick and you're screaming at the dumb girl to not go into the basement? Nor somehow managed to be both the voice of reason (don't go into the basement!) and the dumb girl that opened the door and went down to the basement, I'm not sure how that's even possible. I loved Patch, even though he was a total slim ball, he was honest about it and up front - he never hid the fact that he was kind of a dick. Nora was just stupid and said, "Oh, you're a total scary asshole, but I think I'll get on the back of your motorcycle and let you drive me out to the middle of nowhere all alone". Serious face palm! Oiy!