Out in Blue - Sarah Gilman
I picked this title because the premise interested me. I liked the idea of Angels working largely within mortal constraints and as a persecuted minority, in a reversal of their usual literary position of superiority. The story was well strung together, though the development of the romantic relationship was a bit too pat for my tastes, not formed due to a bond developed through working together and mutual attraction, but because of a mystical binding turning a spark of interest into a life bond.Great attention to detail reminding us that we aren't dealing with humans, including details of architecture and tailoring well worked in. Also fantastic in that while the male lead wants to protect the female, he is NOT an overbearing alpha, rather they are largely equals.