Sunday, 3 August 2014

A Day To Fight For ~ Skyla Madi's Oblivion

Oblivion (Guardian Angel #4)
By Skyla Madi

Rating: 4.7 

"I've been stuck in a school in the middle of nowhere with people that don't even like me. I've been fighting vampires that want my blood and I've been in love with a guardian angel, which (...) is illegal in my world. 

I've done horrible things - I've killed vampires and people have died because of was - is - hectic, but at the end of the day, when I'm alone and the craziness dies down...I always think of you.

Every day I live is a day that I had to fight for."

My thoughts on the book:

The final instalment is here.

And if you thought the previous books were great, be prepared for the best book yet! Oblivion will keep you on the edge of your seat. 

And it'll have you madly swooning over Eli.

Especially that bit in Chapter 7 when he thinks he may lose Ruby to Hunter. I think I teared up a bit there (plus Eli's super cute when he gets all vengeful!). Poor Eli has to deal with a lot of issues in Oblivion, especially when it comes to his and Ruby's relationship. 

As for the epilogue...major. Fangirling. Mode.

I super-duper recommend this book - and this series for that matter - to everyone! With amazing concepts & a unique twist on angel mythology & legends, the Guardian Angel series is not one to be missed :)


'Ruby and Eli have risked it all to keep their love hidden… but no great feat goes unnoticed.
The council has called on the secret lovers to attend obligatory hearings. After the dramatic events that took place with Lucian, the council wants answers.

They know the small group of friends that exist within the walls of Sage Sanctum are withholding important information from them and in order to protect their society from exposure, they need to contain it and fast.

Ruby and Eli are sick and tired of concealing their feelings…

They want equality and they want it now. They’re ready to take on the world in order to be together…and they just might.

Unfortunately, their epic love takes the back seat as new problems arise and their friend’s needs come first, which beckons the question;
If not for love, then what else?(Blurb via Goodreads)

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