Angel's Blood Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
In particular I loved the way Sallyann Phillips intorduces the MC Tavi - the story begins with loss and sadness portraying her as a weak individual, oh boy, how one can be so wrong! Tavi's character, although complex, goes from strength to strength. In my opinion it has been cleverly done by the author. The other characters are also interesting, believable, entertaining and all wolf -especially Cade the alpha male.
Angel's Blood is a very highly charged and emotive piece of work, well done Sallyann Phillips
As a werewolf with nobody to guide her after her father’s death, Tavia must face the world alone, but in the knowledge the man she has just seen lowered into the ground has taught her well in skills to aid her survival.
I will admit I’m not a fan of werewolves, vampires, zombies, or any other paranormal tales, but I test the water occasionally to see if there is a story with any depth. Here, there is such a story.
I know nothing about the ‘accepted’ features of werewolf tales, but even so I felt there were a few minor issues regarding the ‘change’ and suchlike. Although I’m not an authority, I do however feel the author has attempted to rewrite the rule book with her own connotation - which is fine.
It would be wrong of me not to mention the editing issues in this particular version, and although they didn’t spoil the story, they did make me question if one more edit might have been advisable. Some of the narrative was akin to spoon-feeding the reader.
All in all, for a genre I’ve never read, the author has the ability not only to draw in a reader, but also to create well-rounded, believable characters. She has also proved herself as a storyteller, so if she were to change genre, she would get the job done.
Reviewed by Author Roy Murry
Angel Blood dripped into the blood of a young werewolf by the name of Tavi with incredible results that define her existence. She arrives in a small town where like kind beings live. With time she learns to trust the Pack, which is mystified by her abilities.
The power system of the Pack brings out Tavi’s reasons why she is different from other male and female werewolves, and to them, those abnormal characteristics overlooked because of her tragic family story. The Pack brings her into the fold against her doubts in their sincerity.
Tavi’s upbringing and an Alfa Male who is upsetting her and the Pack’s with outside interference become the driving force in the story. It’s developed with fascinating and thrilling escapades that are novella moving.
Ms. Phillips writing flows with enjoyable highs that overshadow the lows. Her knowledge of Werewolves and Vampires gives this adventure credibility if you believe in this mythological or folkloric human with the ability to shapeshift into a wolf or a therianthropic hybrid wolf-like creature.
Not my genre, but entertaining none the less.
When Tavi comes upon a small sleepy town, she is standoffish and guarded. She finds that the townspeople are very friendly and helpful, but Tavi has a hard time relating to people. She fears that they will learn her secret, so she secludes herself from the town by hiding away in one of the far off cabins. Tavi’s wish to remain anonymous falls apart as the overly kind townspeople try to draw her out of her shell.
Tavi soon realizes that she has landed in the middle of a wolf pack, something her father warned her never to associate with. The packs he knew about were evil and did deplorable things to their members, especially the females. After many attempts to shield herself from the town and from the handsome Sheriff Cade, she finds that someone is trying to abduct females from their pack. Never one to run from a fight, Tavi fends off the attackers, making some of the town’s people love her, and others fear her. Over time, the Camden Falls pack wear down Tavi’s defenses and try to initiate her into the pack. Will Tavi help protect the pack that she is slowly starting to think of as family, or will she put them in danger when her deplorable father finds out that she is still alive?
Ms. Phillips has created a vividly detailed world for a strong, take-charge female werewolf who would go to any lengths to protect someone in danger. I enjoyed this book, though there are times when the details slow down the pace or were unnecessarily redundant. I gave this book 4.5 stars and look forward to future books by Ms. Phillips.