I'm not the easiest person to please. As a writer I find that it's difficult to really enjoy stories as much as I used to. The writing has to be great or the story incredible for me to stop slipping into critique mode.
Miserere by Teresa Frohock did both. A story of redemption you follow Lucian as he tries to save the life of a little girl who came to him from Earth.
I became lost in the story as he ran from his twin sister who wants him under her control and to give his soul to the Fallen as she has.
Now he has to run to the only safe place for the girl and his only chance of escape, the very people he betrayed years ago.
I loved this story and highly recommend it.