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.
Nalini Singh is one of my favorite authors, so when I found out that she was coming out with a Guild Hunters anthology I knew I had to read this book. Although I’m not a fan of anthologies due the short stories I couldn’t pass up Angel’s Flight. In the end found that I enjoyed the book.
Angel’s Flight comprises of four short stories, Angel’s Pawn, Angel’s Judgment, Angel’s Wolf and Angel’s Dance. With each story I got a small intense glimpse of the lives of new and past characters of the Guild Hunter series and I enjoyed reentering their world. In Angel’s Pawn I enjoyed getting to know Ashwini and the seductively dangerous Janvier. I felt their story was a bit rushed but still filled with an intriguing story and a passionately beginning romance. I would have loved to read more of their story and felt it was just the beginning to something more. I was happy to read about familiar characters in Angel’s Judgment. After reading about Sara and Deacon in past Guild Hunter novels it was great to read about how their story began. Though the story was short it felt more complete to me.
With Angel’s Wolf I didn’t really connect as I would have liked. This was the story of Guild Hunter Nimra as she navigated the dangerous world of angel’s and vampires such as her romantic interest Noel. Though their story did have passion, action and romance it didn’t capture me like the others.
The last story Angel’s Dance was my favorite out of them all. I didn’t know what to expect with this new story but Galen and Jessamy utterly captivated me. Maybe it was because they are both angels and this was the first story I read in the Guild Hunters series were the focus was two angels falling in love. Jessamy and Galen won me over by their realness and the complexities of their lives. My only problem with Angel’s Dance was that it was too short. I wanted more time with these characters and their passionate love story.
Overall Angel’s Flight was a good anthology, though I liked some stories more than others I felt it was worth the read. Nalini Singh continues to entrance me with her world and characters.