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Product Details

  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley Trade; 1 Original edition (October 4, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425243125
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425243121
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #755,726 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Ilona Andrews is the New York Times bestselling author of Bayou Moon (10/10). Ilona Andrews lives in Oregon.
Nalini Singh is the New York Times bestselling author of the Guild Hunter novels, most recently Kiss of Snow (6/11). She lives in New Zealand.
Meljean Brook is the author of The Iron Duke (10/10) and Demon Marked (8/11). She lives in Oregon.
Sharon Shinn is the author of the Samaria novels, most recently Angel-Seeker (3/05). She lives in St. Louis, Missouri.

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They don't seal the deal.
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The chemistry was lacking between these two for me and even though the writing and mythology is as good as ever, I was a bit bored by the story.
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Angels of Darkness was a good anthology with solid stories.
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on October 4, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
Angels of Darkness was a good anthology with solid stories. They were written by four of my top authors and all were so good I'm not sure which one was my favorite.

"Angel's Wolf by Nalini Singh." On the back of the book, `In the spellbinding universe of the Guild Hunter, a vampire becomes obsessed with the seductive angel who rules the Louisiana territory. But in her court, all is not what it appears to be.' We finally get to find out what happens to Noel from "Archangel's Kiss"! I enjoyed the interaction between Nimra and Noel. Nimra felt a little more "human" than Raphael feels sometimes. The story felt a little short at the end though.

"Alphas: Origins by Ilona Andrews." `A woman is kidnapped into a world divided by a superhuman civil war. As the captive of an irresistibly dangerous male, she has two choices: submit and become a pawn, or take hold of her own destiny.' I expected from the title that this story would be set in the world of Kate Daniels and it's not. It's probably my favorite but not by much because I enjoyed them all. It's a story about the man the world views as a monster and the woman who's tough enough to eventually love him.

"Nocturne by Sharon Shinn." `Accepting a position in a secluded and whispered-about mansion, a woman soon discovers the source of its mystery: the blind, tormented angel who lives there, and whose secrets could now destroy them both.' This story is set in the Samaria Series, which is a very excellent series and this is a great addition to it.

"Ascension by Meljean Brook." `When vampires disappear from a community he's protecting, a world-weary Guardian doesn't know what evil he's hunting, but he'd rather hunt alone than accept help from his ex-lover and fellow Guardian, Radha.
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Angel of Darkness- anthology with Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Meljean Brook and Sharon Shinn
Paranormal Romance -Oct. 4th, 2011
4 stars

In this anthology the theme of angels is taken into each story and most are part of the authors' current paranormal series. The only exception is the short by Ilona Andrews which is a bit of an odd ball and doesn't quite flow with the rest of the novels.

Angel's Wolf by Nalini Singh
Noel is a powerful vampire who has been moved to help the Angel of Louisiana. He is embittered by his sudden transfer to work for another angel named Nimra. He feels that his recent position is a downgrade because of the injuries he recently suffered, but he is soon surprised to find he has actually been charged to find a traitor/assassin in the Louisiana court. As an outsider, he is the only one the beautiful angel Nimra can trust. As he poses as her lover to misdirect suspicion, he soon finds that he might still have a heart. Can Noel save the woman he has come to love before it is too late?
This is part of the Guild Hunters series and a great mystery. The author makes this short story feel like a full length novel. The growing relationship between Nimra and Noel is fascinating to read and the clues to the real traitor are not all they seem. A highly entertaining and satisfying story. 4 ˝ stars

Alphas: Origins by Ilona Andrews
Karina makes a wrong turn and is transported to a different world where she must fight for her daughter's life as well as her own. There she finds a supernatural species of men who protect innocents. These men are vicious but one of the men needs Karina's special blood to keep his pain at bay.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By AJ TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 4, 2011
Format: Paperback
Angel's Wolf by Nalini Singh (Guild Hunter #4.5)

Guild Hunter fans will recognize the hero from this story. Noel was the vampire in ARCHANGEL'S KISS who was brutally beaten to the point where virtually all the bones in his body were crushed. After an agonizing recovery, he is sent to Louisiana and the smoldering but heartless angel Nimra. A failed attempt on her life has cast the loyalty of all Nimra's court in question, and Noel is sent to discover the traitor, while under the guise of Nimra's latest toy.

Essentially, Angel's Wolf is a mystery. Noel investigates the court, comparing stories, and interviewing suspects during the day while growing closer, emotionally and physically, to Nimra at night. The chemistry was lacking between these two for me and even though the writing and mythology is as good as ever, I was a bit bored by the story. Noel was by far the more interesting character, but it felt like he warmed up to Nimra much too fast--even for a novella--than he should have given his traumatic past. The Guild Hunter series is a great one and I'm still a big fan, but this was probably the weakest installment I've read.
Sexual Content: A scene of sensuality. References to sex. Rating: 2/5

Alphas: Origins by Ilona Andrews (Alphas series)

I would never have guessed this was an Ilona Andrews story. Alphas: Origins has a very different feel and writing style from either the Kate Daniels or Edge series. It feels a little less polished, less sharp, than those series. The story involves a young mother and her daughter accidently winding up captors to four very alpha males ensnared in a millennia old war between beings who seek to destroy humanity.
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