This truly was a wonderful book...for some reason it made me yearn for the catechism classes of my childhood. The stories about having a guardian angel and Lucifer the fallen angel and the power of goodness. I know...sounds silly...but this book was anything but that. It had strong fascinating characters and a really intense plot and just enough bad girl stuff to make it fun. I was lost in this book. I was with Teagen as she struggled to be the light that defeats Lucifer...the source of all evil. All of my childhood feelings about Heaven and Hell surfaced while reading this book. Even Brynn...the horrible bully bad girl of all time...was a riveting character in this book. Teagen...main character of both books...is likeable and real and powerful. What won't she accomplish with both Garreth and Hadrian watching out for her. I don't know what was more mesmerizing...Garreth with his white softer than velvet wings and piercing blue eyes or Hadrian with black as night leathery wings and his own mesmerizing green eyes. I have no clue if there is a third book in this series...this one ended with a few questions. I put off reading this book but now after finishing both...I get it...I finally get why this is such an addictive series. Jennifer Murgia did a fabulous job with this book.