In Angel’s Wolf a vampire becomes fascinated with the seductive angel who rules Louisiana. But all is not what it appears to be in her court.
In Angels’ Judgment a hunter must track one of her own gone bad, while surviving the deadly tests placed in her way by the archangels themselves. Unexpected backup comes from a stranger who might just be the most lethal threat of all…
Plus FIRST TIME IN PRINT
In Angels’ Pawn a vampire hunter faces off against two rival factions and the angel manipulating them both, and a vampire whose help is not entirely selfless…
And NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED
In Angels’ Dance an angel trapped in the mountain stronghold of the Refuge finds herself under siege by a warrior angel from a martial court. _________________________________________________________________________________________________
Review by Andie from Mythical Cliffhanger
It has been said a few times that I am not a fan of short stories for several reasons. If it’s really good, then the average thirty or so pages are way too short for me. The other reason is that many times a novella or short story takes place in the middle/the beginning of a series and contains very important information. If it would be free to download, I wouldn’t mind, but I don’t care to pay for a book just to get extra information, with very little plot. I’d rather get the info from the full length-books. *cough* Ms. Frost *cough*
Angels’ Flight was a positive experience for me on several points. First, it is a collection of short stories, so I got more for my money; even if the facts weren’t really important, they were interesting. Second, I absolutely loved three out of the four novellas. They brought characters for whom I didn’t care much before closer to my heart. Congratulations Nalini!
Angel’s Pawn: 5/5
This was my favorite out of the four novellas. Actually, this was the best novella I’ve ever read. I loved every line. 50+ pages of readgasm. Nalini could have written a full-length novel for Ashwini and Janvier. These two easily could have been my favorite GH couple, and that says a LOT, considering that I would sell my soul for Raphael or Dmitri and I love their heroines too.
Angels’ Judgment: 4.5/5
I was on a train, on my way home (four-hour trip), when I got to this part. I have to admit, I wasn’t very excited for Sara and Deacon’s story, so I started it only because I was bored. But this is the story that I referred to when I said Nalini brought characters closer to my heart. They existed and that was it. But this story was really good and I’m glad I didn’t skip it. It was interesting to see how Sara became the leader of the Guild, how she has been tested by the Angels, and who was Deacon at the time.
Angel’s Wolf: 4/5
This wasn’t as good as the first two, but basically I liked this too. At the beginning, the main hero was like a frightened child, but grew into that certain “Wolf” that the title refers to. The heroine, Nimra, is a strong Angel who is feared by many, due to her savage reputation. But this is just a clever illusion. I liked the connection between her and her animals and friends. Her relationship with Noell was also interesting. The mystery was a little too obvious but wasn’t bad.
Angels’ Dance: ?/5
The description is pretty short and misleading. It would have been better if I hadn’t been expecting some sort of action-packed story from the beginning. But no, this is a 100% romance. And of course this is the longest. I always liked Jessamy, I was interested in Galen considering he was just as a big mystery as Jason, but this wasn’t enough to redeem the story for me. Somewhere in the middle, I gave up. Many say this is the best one, the most beautiful. But to each his own I suppose. Perhaps someday…
P.s.: The cover is phenomenal!!