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Angels' Blood by Nalini Singh
Angels' Blood by Nalini Singh
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing, March 27 2009
This is the best paranormal romance I've read in the past year. I don't like Nalini Singh's other book series (the psy-changelings), but I was completely blown away by this book.

In this world, there are archangels, angels, vampires, hunters and humans. There are 10 archangels who rule the world and their wings of angels. Angels are immortals. Angels Make vampires from humans, who have to contract to serve for 100 years in return for being Made immortal. When vampires go bad or break contracts, that's when hunters (whether hunter-born or hunter-trained) track them down.

Elena Devereaux is the top guild hunter in North America and her personal history has made her… Read more
Dark Destiny (The Carpathians (Dark) Series, Book &hellip by Christine Feehan
5.0 out of 5 stars The best so far, July 15 2004
I've read all of Christine Feehan's books, and this was, in my opinion, the best. For once, instead of a dark, tortured hero, you get a dark, tortured heroine Destiny who kicks butt (her action moves remind me of Selene in the movie Underworld). There's no issue about acclimatizing the human heroine to the world of the Carpathians, because Destiny has already been "turned". The secondary characters are not the usual young humans or Carpathians, but rather interesting members of a vibrant community. The best parts for me are not only having a female vampire hunter, but also the neighbourhood mystery (which is nicely solved) and Velda's (zany-dressing old lady) secret. Those two elements… Read more
Witching Moon by Rebecca York
Witching Moon by Rebecca York
3.0 out of 5 stars okay, July 14 2004
This was my first Rebecca York novel. The witch-heritage botanist heroine is in a nature reserve studying plants for a pharmaceutical company, and she meets the head ranger hero, an alpha werewolf. Some other witches return to town for revenge, the townsfolk having killed their parents long ago. The two sides clash and the witch botanist and werewolf fall in love in the midst of all the danger.
I found this book okay. The characters were good, but the story was set mostly in the middle of an empty swamp, and aside from the sheriff, there was minimal interaction with anyone else. I would have liked to have seen some friendships being made (aside from between the hero, heroine and the… Read more