“Jocelynn is amazing at fleshing out plots, subplots and characters.” (USA Today)
“A distinctive and absorbing tale.” (Kirkus Reviews)
“Drake kicks off a new urban fantasy series with a strong first title....definitely check out this series from the popular Drake.” (Booklist)
“Expert storyteller Drake invites readers to join her in a spirited and spellbinding new series…. The author does a great job of introducing her mesmerizing new world and then filling it with a truly compelling cast of characters. She is on track to deliver another outstanding and inventive series.” (Romantic Times BOOKclub)
“Angel’s Ink is an other-earthly blend of magic and technology in the best tradition of urban fantasy that refused to let me go. The continuing Asylum Tales promise to be intriguing and wildly inventive.” (Kim Harrison)
“A lot of fun, with a whole new take on the dark urban fantasy. Bright and breezy, with fascinating characters, and a background with hidden depths. Drake puts the ink in incredible.” (Simon R. Green)
“Gritty, authentic and fast-paced! This urban fantasy series rocks!” (J.R. Ward)
Buyer beware . . .
Looking for a tattoo—and maybe a little something extra: a burst of good luck, a dollop of true love, or even a hex on an ex? Head to the quiet and mysterious Gage, the best skin artist in town. Using unique potions—a blend of extraordinary ingredients and special inks—to etch the right symbol, he can fulfill any heart's desire. But in a place like Low Town, where elves, faeries, trolls, werewolves, and vampires happily walk among humanity, everything has its price.
No one knows that better than Gage. Turning his back on his own kind, he left the magical Ivory Tower where cruel witches and warlocks rule, a decision that cost him the right to practice magic. And if he disobeys, his punishment—execution—will be swift.
Though he's tried to fly under the radar, Gage can't hide from powerful warlocks who want him dead—or the secrets of his own past. But with the help of his friends, Trixie, a gorgeous elf who hides her true identity, and a hulking troll named Bronx, Gage might just make it through this enchanted world alive.See all Editorial Reviews
Good ideas. Reminded me of a world similar to Harry Potter. Various magical creatures live on earth and some of them enjoy hurting humans. The main character is Gage. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jane
Enjoyed it, but it's total popcorn. Tasty, but not filling. Looking forward to the next though.Published 21 days ago by D.Cortes
Boring. I got 3/4 of the way through and still haven't finished it. It was painful and I had to force myself to read as much as I did before I finally gave up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paige
This is a great book. The characters are interesting and would love to see what happens in their future.Published 1 month ago by Brenda Smith
Oh the trouble that Gage gets up too!!
Great to read about all the craziness that he and his friends Trixie and Bronx as well as lots of other cause. Read more
Love when the story draws you in. That lets you know you have found a great read. I love the entire tale, from start to finish. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tricia
There were so many characters in this book that it detracted from the main storyline. I found myself skimming through some of the chapters to get to the end.Published 3 months ago by V. Pickens
I picked the book up for free during a sale about two years ago, and just got around to reading it. BIG MISTAKE. It should have been at the top of my pile, not the bottom. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alexander Hollins