Angelfire by Hanna Peach #Review

Angelfire by Hanna Peach #ReviewAngelfire by Hanna Peach
Series: Dark Angel #1
Published by Gypsy Publishing on November 22nd 2012
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy
Pages: 247
Format: eBook

Forget everything you know about angels…
You’ll likely find Alyxandria slicing demons with her blades rather than plucking at harp strings. Whether it's with weapons, unarmed or with the “borrowed magics” of distilled angel-blood tattoos, she trains harder than any other Seraphim warrior to prove she is nothing like her parents who abandoned her to become Rogues.
After a series of confusing visions, Alyx saves Israel, a mysterious mortal who knows too much. She discovers she has been chosen as his Guardian. There’s just one problem. She is forbidden to even see him again.Why does he need protecting? And from who?
The web of lies she uncovers will shatter her world.
An Elders’ dark plan, a keye to unlock Hell, and a prophecy that warns of the greatest war this Earth will ever know…
It begins in Angelfire.

Also in this series: Angelstone
Angelfire is the first in the Dark Angel series and it was an awesome start! Alyx is a badass. She is a Lightwarrior who is very headstrong and fierce. She always stands up for herself and what she thinks is right. When she starts having visions, she doesn’t want anyone to know. Of course, that is not easy to hide since she can’t control when they happen. She has no idea who this guy is but she keeps seeing things through his eyes as they happen and she is determined to find him.
Israel is a mortal who can see demons. Mortals are not supposed to be able to actually see the demon faces behind their human masks. Their also not supposed to know that Lightwarriors exist. When he first lays eyes on Alyx, he knows she isn’t mortal.
It also seems their destinies are intertwined. They develop a Guardian-Bond which is extremely rare. Because of this bond, there are many emotions and feelings involved. Alyx is constantly drawn to Israel especially when they are near each other.
I really enjoyed this book. I would highly recommend it but be sure you have time to read all 6 books because this is one series that cannot be started without finishing all the books. It will leave you wanting more.