Review: Angel’s Wolf (Guild Hunter #3.5) by Nalini Singh

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Angel's Wolf Book Cover Angel's Wolf
Guild Hunter #3.5
Nailing Singh
Paranormal Romance - Urban Fantasy - Novella
December 13th 2012


Warrior angels, vampire hunters, and angels gone bad heat up this altogether sizzling paranormal alternate universe, from the bestselling author Nalini Singh.

Angels' Wolf is a tale of flirtation and danger set in the Guild Hunter world. Noel has been promoted, but in the Guild Hunter world that's not always as positive as it sounds. And now that he's working with the beautiful, dangerous, seductive Nimra there are a whole host of new risks he has to contend with... Nimra is drawn to the mysterious Noel, sent to her by an angel, defiant and intense and oh-so-intriguing. Is their an alliance to be forged between them, or is it a matter of time before one of them becomes the others prey ...

This is a compelling, sexy addition to the Guild Hunter universe.



** Read in Angels of Darkness **

I enjoyed this short story. I liked both Nimra the Angel and Noel the Vampire. Nimra needs help and Raphael sends Noel, but he thinks he’s been cast aside; because of what happened to him. Both of them needed healing in different ways and they come to find what they need in each other.

Angel’s Wolf is a sweet, sad, and enjoyable read.

Rated 3.5 Stars

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I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

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10 comments on “Review: Angel’s Wolf (Guild Hunter #3.5) by Nalini Singh

  1. I am pretty sure I read the first two books in this series, but can’t remember much of them. I am glad you’re enjoying this series so far 🙂
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    • I’m enjoying the series, but I don’t love it as much as her Psy-Changeling, but it’s still a very good series. I’ve had books like that where I’ve read the first one or two in the series, but don’t remember much. It happens to us all. ^_^

  2. I love this series. I’m not sure that I’ve read this short story. I know I’ve done a lot of her shorts, but I don’t think I’ve done them all. Glad you enjoyed it. I can’t wait to get back to this series.
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    • With big series that have short stories, it’s sometimes hard to keep track of them all and if you have read them especially when they only get published in group type books instead of single or a book of shorts for the series only. I still have several shorts and full length books to read for this series.

      Ya, this one was enjoyable!

  3. On my list of series to read!!
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    • Several bloggers have been tell me since the day I started blogging that I should pick up the Guild Hunter series since I LOVE Ms. Singh’s Psy-Changeling. I finally started reading the series this year and have been engrossed.

  4. I need to go back and get the novellas read. This one sounds good!
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    • It was an enjoyable novella. With a couple we don’t see or maybe we see them later in the books, but still it was good.

  5. I love this series! And I thought I had read all the books and shorts… but I don’t remember this one at all. *scratches head* Time for a re-read possibly!
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    • Me too. I’m enjoying the series. It’s hard to keep track of all the novellas that are out in a long series especially if they show up in anthology type books instead of individual released. I need to pick up Angels Flight and read all those novellas.