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FIRST IN THE GUILD HUNTER SERIES from “a major new talent” (CHRISTINE FEEHAN).

View our feature on Nalini Singh’s Angels' Blood.

Nalini Singh introduces readers to a world of beauty and bloodlust, where angels hold sway over vampires.

Vampire hunter Elena Deveraux is hired by the dangerously beautiful Archangel Raphael. But this time, it’s not a wayward vamp she has to track. It’s an archangel gone bad.

The job will put Elena in the midst of a killing spree like no other—and pull her to the razor’s edge of passion. Even if the hunt doesn’t destroy her, succumbing to Raphael’s seductive touch just may. For when archangels play, mortals break.

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    Dangerously Exciting!

    ANGEL’S BLOOD is the first installment in Nalini Singh’s exciting and dangerous Guild Hunter series. This is also a deadly world full of blood and violence that may make some readers uncomfortable. The book is set in a world where angels and vampires roam free. Where the other worldly beings are ruled by the Cadre of Ten. Ten archangels with unimaginable powers; their beauty unmatched by any mortal and often looked up to as gods. Yet to encounter an archangel ensures an almost certain death, to cross one holds a fate far worse than death. Elena is a guild hunter, a member of an age-old organization who tracks and returns vampires who’ve escaped their service contracts to their angels. Elena is also hunter born, a mortal with extrasensory skills that help trace vampires. It also leaves them vulnerable because vampires have an infinity for sensing and being drawn to the hunter born. Elena is one of the best guild hunters in the world and she is really wishing she wasn’t when finding out whom has contracted her skills for the next assignment: The archangel of New York. This book was unbelievable! The plot was engaging and entertaining. The characters are exquisitely crafted and each one vital to the storyline. I have devoured the book several times and after my umpteenth re-read, I figured I should put some words to page about how awesome the story is and how much I adore the author! It was the characters that made the story for me. They were multi-faceted and easily relatable. I love how each one is a mystery just waiting to be discovered. Elena and Raphael were magic together. The pairing seemed unbalanced because Raphael is hundreds of years old and a cruel being full of immense power, and Elena a hunter born mortal who’s lived but a speck of time. Elena is a honed blade, sharp and deadly with an inner strength, fierce loyalty and pure of heart. I honestly thought she was too good for Raphael. This is an awesome beginning to the series and I HIGHLY recommend ANGEL’S BLOOD to anyone who likes their paranormal romance dark, dangerous and deadly.

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    Angel's Blood

    One of my favourite books by Nalini Singh - the presentation of a new world inhabited by fascinating characters - Sexy, deadly, sinful - but also playful, charming, loving!

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    Fast-paced & Action-packed!

    ~ 4.5 Angels’ Blood Stars ~ Angels’ Blood is book one in the Guild Hunter series by Nalini Singh. Lots of my blogger friends have been telling me for years now to pick up the Guild Hunter series, especially since I enjoy Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changling. I am so glad I picked up this book. WOW. LOVED every page. I devoured Angels’ Blood from beginning to end. I was glued to the pages. Vampires, Angels, Hunters and they are not what we have come to think of in the normal sense or what we are use to their roles being. Angel’s aren’t the good guys nor are they bad, same with the Vampier’s and well the Hunter’s don’t hunt to kill. It was quite a unique world set up. Elena Deveraux is capable of handling herself well, is smart, tough and a little snarky. She is one tough warrior. I always enjoy reading about strong woman who can hold their own. Especially against strong male characters. Raphael, Archangel and one character I just don’t know how to describe. One minute I’m in awe, the next I’m pissed, and then frighten. He’s a force to be reckoned with. Singh does a great job keeping a balance between Elena and Raphael, that you can identify with both. I’m so glad I picked up this series. I’m devouring the books one after the other and can’t get enough. It’s fast paced and action packed. Intruding the reader to a wide variety of new characters as well as our leads taking us on an emotional journey. Their is just so much to love and enjoy in the Guild Hunters series.

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    Angels, Blood

    Slow starter but excellent end.

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    A lot of logic issues

    Well, the writing style was good. I am having difficulty completing this book. The author violates Clarke's law (Only ask your reader to believe one impossible thing at a time) with wild abandon. This is at best cotton candy for the mind.

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